Irelands naturall history. :
Being a true and ample description of its situation, greatness, shape, and nature; of its hills, woods, heaths, bogs; of its fruitfull parts and profitable grounds, with the severall way of manuring and improving the same: with its heads or promontories, harbours, roades and bayes; of its springs and fountaines, brookes, rivers, loghs; of its metalls, mineralls, freestone, marble, sea-coal, turf, and other things that are taken out of the ground. And lastly, of the nature and temperature of its air and season, and vvhat diseases it is free from, or subject unto. Conducing to the advancement of navigation, husbandry, and other profitable arts and professions. Written by Gerard Boate, late Doctor of Physick to the state in Ireland. And now published [with epistle dedicatory] by Samuell Hartlib, Esq; for the common good of Ireland, and more especially, for the benefit of the adventurers and planters therein.
|Main Creator:||Boate, Gerard, 1604-1650.|
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Imprinted at London : for John Wright at the Kings Head in the Old Bayley, 1652.
Errata: p.  at end.
Physical description: , 186,  p. ; 8vo.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), B3372