THE INRICHMENT OF THE WEALD OF KENT. Or, A Direction…

THE INRICHMENT OF THE WEALD OF KENT. Or, A Direction to the Husbandman, For the true Ordering, Manuring, and Inriching of all the Grounds within the Weald of Kent, and Susses; and may generally serve for all the Grounds in England of that Nature: As 1. Shewing the nature of the Wealdish Ground, comparing it with the Soyl of the Shires at large. 2. Declaring what the Marle is, and the several sorts thereof, and where it is usually found. 3. The profitable use of Marle, and other rich manuring, as well in each sort of Arable Land, as also for the increase of Corn and Pasture through the Kingdom. Painfully gathered for the good of this Island, by a Man of great Eminence and Worth; but revised, enlarged, and corrected with the consent, and by conference with the first Author by G. M. by [MARKHAM, Gervase.]. < >
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  • Another image of THE INRICHMENT OF THE WEALD OF KENT. Or, A Direction to the Husbandman, For the true Ordering, Manuring, and Inriching of all the Grounds within the Weald of Kent, and Susses; and may generally serve for all the Grounds in England of that Nature: As 1. Shewing the nature of the Wealdish Ground, comparing it with the Soyl of the Shires at large. 2. Declaring what the Marle is, and the several sorts thereof, and where it is usually found. 3. The profitable use of Marle, and other rich manuring, as well in each sort of Arable Land, as also for the increase of Corn and Pasture through the Kingdom. Painfully gathered for the good of this Island, by a Man of great Eminence and Worth; but revised, enlarged, and corrected with the consent, and by conference with the first Author by G. M. by [MARKHAM, Gervase.].
  • Another image of THE INRICHMENT OF THE WEALD OF KENT. Or, A Direction to the Husbandman, For the true Ordering, Manuring, and Inriching of all the Grounds within the Weald of Kent, and Susses; and may generally serve for all the Grounds in England of that Nature: As 1. Shewing the nature of the Wealdish Ground, comparing it with the Soyl of the Shires at large. 2. Declaring what the Marle is, and the several sorts thereof, and where it is usually found. 3. The profitable use of Marle, and other rich manuring, as well in each sort of Arable Land, as also for the increase of Corn and Pasture through the Kingdom. Painfully gathered for the good of this Island, by a Man of great Eminence and Worth; but revised, enlarged, and corrected with the consent, and by conference with the first Author by G. M. by [MARKHAM, Gervase.].

THE INRICHMENT OF THE WEALD OF KENT. Or, A Direction to the Husbandman, For the true Ordering, Manuring, and Inriching of all the Grounds within the Weald of Kent, and Susses; and may generally serve for all the Grounds in England of that Nature: As 1. Shewing the nature of the Wealdish Ground, comparing it with the Soyl of the Shires at large. 2. Declaring what the Marle is, and the several sorts thereof, and where it is usually found. 3. The profitable use of Marle, and other rich manuring, as well in each sort of Arable Land, as also for the increase of Corn and Pasture through the Kingdom. Painfully gathered for the good of this Island, by a Man of great Eminence and Worth; but revised, enlarged, and corrected with the consent, and by conference with the first Author by G. M.

London: J. Streater for George Sawbridge, 1668. [4], 19 pages. Bound in later quarter calf gilt over marbled boards. 19.4 x 14.5 cm. Light browning, else a very good copy.

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