Dictionarium rusticum, urbanicum & botanicum: or, A dictionary of husbandry, gardening, trade, commerce, and all sorts of country-affairs.
|Related Names:||Worlidge, John fl. 1669-1698, supposed editor., Bailey, N. d. 1742, supposed editor.|
London, Printed for J. and J. Knapton, A. Bettesworth, 1726.
3d ed., rev., corrected and improved;
Each volume has special t.-p.
Attributed to Nathan Bailey, also to John Worlidge. Revisions and enlargements of this dictionary were executed under subsequent editors (Richard Bradley, H. Wise, and others) for more than half a century. Cf. Halkett and Laing, new and enl. ed; Cushing; Brit. mus.; Stonehill.
First edition, 1704.
illus., 2 pl. (1 fold.)
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