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John Fitzherbert; Anthony Fitzherbert, Sir
- Booke of husbandrye
The booke of husbandrye: very profitable and necessary for al maner of persons. Made first by the auctor Fitzherberd, and nowe lately corrected and amended, with diuers addicions put ther unto. Anno do. M.D. LXJJ.
John Awdely 1562
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John Awdely 1568
foliated to lxix 8o A-I8
The booke of husbandry: very profitable and necessarye for all maner of persons
John Awdely 1573
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Fitzherbert's / Booke of / husbandrie. / devided / into foure severall bookes, very ne- / cessary and profitable for all sorts / of people. / And now newlie corrected, mended, and reduced, into a more pleasing forme of / English then before.
I. R. Edward White 1598
13.5 x 18.5 [i-iii] 1-199 4o A-Z4 Aa-Dd4
Tp quotation: Ecclesiast. 10. ver 28
Better is he that laboureth, and hath plentiousnesse of all / thinges, then hee that is gorgious and / wanteth bread.
[A3] Dedication: to Maister Henry Jackman (I.R. 1598).
[A4v] Address: Preface to the reader, this edition purged of 'missounding termes' I. R.
Huswifry in the 4th book, 141-8 [poultry] 174-178.
Table at end by number and to number.
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