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- Newe tracte or treatyse of Husbandrye
Here begynneth a newe tracte or trea = / tyse moost profitable. for all husbande men: and very frutefull for all other persons to rede. / Husbandrye
Rychard Pynson 1523
foliated [i] 1-65 [66-67] 4o A-M4
'Husbandrye' cleverly caught in top of woodcut.
Prologus [Latin / English]: on man made to labour.
Table [ie list] on [66-67].
A prologue for the wife's occupation [xlvii] + lesson + what she might do.
Dining as visiting [from l] + what a servant should have.
Here begynneth a newe tracte or trea = / tyse moost profitable for all husbande men: and very frutefull for all other persons to rede. / Husbandrye/newly cor=/recte & amended by the auctour//with dyverse other/thynges added therunto.
Peter Treuerys 1525
No additional material; the Table is located at start not end.
Here begynneth a newe tracte or treatyse moost p[ro]fytable for all husba[n]de men: and very frutefull for all other persones to rede, newly correcte [sic] [and] amended by the auctour, with dyuerse other thynges added thervnto.
Peter Treuerys 1530?
Sourced from World CAT : Book : Microfilm. By John Fitzherbert; Anthony Fitzherbert, Sir
Here begynneth a newe tracte or treatyse moost profytable for all husbande men: and very frutefull for all other persons to rede.
Richarde Pynson 1531
Sourced from World CAT : Book
Thomas Berthlet 
[1-6] foliated 1-90 A6, B-M8, N2
Note at end on Fitzherbert working 40 years as husbandman. Same tp and frontis as 1534 Castel of Health.
The boke of / husbandrye verye / profytable & neces = / sarye for al maner / of persons newlye / corrected and amended by the auctor Fitz= / herbarde, with / dyvers addi= / tions put / there un= / to.
John Walle 1555
8o A-M8 N2
No new material in this edition.
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