The Resource The vvhole art of husbandry : contained in foure bookes. Viz: I. Of the farme or manssion house, offices and accommodations of earable ground, pasture and medowe. II. Of gardens, orchards, and woods. III. Of breeding, feeding, and curing of all manner of cattell. IIII. Of poultrie, fowle, fish, and bees, with the whole art (according to these last times) of breeding and dyeting the fighting cock, and the art of angling; first written by Conrade Heresbatch, a learned nobleman, then translated by Barnaby Googe Esquire, and now renewed, corrected, enlarged, and adorned with all the experiments and practises of our English nation, which were wanting in the former editions. By Captaine Garvase Markham. All the new additions you shall find to begin with this marke [pointing hand] and to end with this *, (electronic book)

The vvhole art of husbandry : contained in foure bookes. Viz: I. Of the farme or manssion house, offices and accommodations of earable ground, pasture and medowe. II. Of gardens, orchards, and woods. III. Of breeding, feeding, and curing of all manner of cattell. IIII. Of poultrie, fowle, fish, and bees, with the whole art (according to these last times) of breeding and dyeting the fighting cock, and the art of angling; first written by Conrade Heresbatch, a learned nobleman, then translated by Barnaby Googe Esquire, and now renewed, corrected, enlarged, and adorned with all the experiments and practises of our English nation, which were wanting in the former editions. By Captaine Garvase Markham. All the new additions you shall find to begin with this marke [pointing hand] and to end with this *, (electronic book)

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The vvhole art of husbandry : contained in foure bookes. Viz: I. Of the farme or manssion house, offices and accommodations of earable ground, pasture and medowe. II. Of gardens, orchards, and woods. III. Of breeding, feeding, and curing of all manner of cattell. IIII. Of poultrie, fowle, fish, and bees, with the whole art (according to these last times) of breeding and dyeting the fighting cock, and the art of angling; first written by Conrade Heresbatch, a learned nobleman, then translated by Barnaby Googe Esquire, and now renewed, corrected, enlarged, and adorned with all the experiments and practises of our English nation, which were wanting in the former editions. By Captaine Garvase Markham. All the new additions you shall find to begin with this marke [pointing hand] and to end with this *
Title
The vvhole art of husbandry
Title remainder
contained in foure bookes. Viz: I. Of the farme or manssion house, offices and accommodations of earable ground, pasture and medowe. II. Of gardens, orchards, and woods. III. Of breeding, feeding, and curing of all manner of cattell. IIII. Of poultrie, fowle, fish, and bees, with the whole art (according to these last times) of breeding and dyeting the fighting cock, and the art of angling; first written by Conrade Heresbatch, a learned nobleman, then translated by Barnaby Googe Esquire, and now renewed, corrected, enlarged, and adorned with all the experiments and practises of our English nation, which were wanting in the former editions. By Captaine Garvase Markham. All the new additions you shall find to begin with this marke [pointing hand] and to end with this *
Title variation
  • Rei rusticae libri quatuor
  • Whole art of husbandry
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
13202
Citation source
STC (2nd ed.)
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1496-1576
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Heresbach, Conrad
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1540-1594
  • 1568?-1637
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Googe, Barnabe
  • Markham, Gervase
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Agriculture
Target audience
general
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The vvhole art of husbandry : contained in foure bookes. Viz: I. Of the farme or manssion house, offices and accommodations of earable ground, pasture and medowe. II. Of gardens, orchards, and woods. III. Of breeding, feeding, and curing of all manner of cattell. IIII. Of poultrie, fowle, fish, and bees, with the whole art (according to these last times) of breeding and dyeting the fighting cock, and the art of angling; first written by Conrade Heresbatch, a learned nobleman, then translated by Barnaby Googe Esquire, and now renewed, corrected, enlarged, and adorned with all the experiments and practises of our English nation, which were wanting in the former editions. By Captaine Garvase Markham. All the new additions you shall find to begin with this marke [pointing hand] and to end with this *, (electronic book)
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  • A translation of: Rei rusticae libri quatuor
  • Printer's name from STC
  • Includes index
  • Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
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file reproduced from microform
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black and white
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99839768
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unknown
Extent
[8], 64, 61-104, 103-385, [1] p.
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one file format
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electronic
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lossless
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cl0036000038
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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The vvhole art of husbandry : contained in foure bookes. Viz: I. Of the farme or manssion house, offices and accommodations of earable ground, pasture and medowe. II. Of gardens, orchards, and woods. III. Of breeding, feeding, and curing of all manner of cattell. IIII. Of poultrie, fowle, fish, and bees, with the whole art (according to these last times) of breeding and dyeting the fighting cock, and the art of angling; first written by Conrade Heresbatch, a learned nobleman, then translated by Barnaby Googe Esquire, and now renewed, corrected, enlarged, and adorned with all the experiments and practises of our English nation, which were wanting in the former editions. By Captaine Garvase Markham. All the new additions you shall find to begin with this marke [pointing hand] and to end with this *, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • A translation of: Rei rusticae libri quatuor
  • Printer's name from STC
  • Includes index
  • Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99839768
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[8], 64, 61-104, 103-385, [1] p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0036000038
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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