The English improver, or, A new survey of husbandry :
discovering to the kingdome, that some land, both arable and pasture, may be advanced double or treble other land to a five or tenfold, and some to a twenty fold improvement, yea, some now not worth above one, or two shillings, per acree, be made worth thirty, or forty, if not more : clearly demonstrated from principles of sound reason, ingenuity, and late but most certaine reall experiences, held forth under six peeces of improvement ... /
by Walter Blith ...
|Main Creator:||Blith, Walter, fl. 1649.|
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London : Printed for J. Wright ..., 1649.
Two editions noted for 1649. The first with "improover" and the second with "improver" in the title (cf. Wing).
Physical description: , 168,  p. ; 19 cm.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.) B3194
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