A treatise of fruit-trees : shewing the manner of grafting, planting, pruning and ordering of them in all respects, according to new and easy rules of experience : with divers divine, and humane arguments of the dignity of fruit-trees, and the art of planting : discovering some errors in the theory and practise of this art to be avoyded : with the alimentall, and physicall use of fruits : also concerning planting fruit-trees in the fields, and hedges, without hindrance of any present profits : of cider and perry, liquors found by experience, most conducing to health, and long-life : of vineyards in England : herein likewise is laid downe some encouragements, and directions for planting of wood, for building, fuell, and other uses ... ; to which may be annexed the second part, viz. The spirituall use of an orchard, or garden, in divers simlitudes between naturall and spirituall fruit-trees, according to Scripture and experience.
|Main Author:||Austen, Ralph, -1676.|
|Related Names:||Austen, Ralph -1676., Robinson, Thomas -1663, bookseller., Hall, Henry active 1642-1679, printer.|
Oxford : Printed by Henry Hall, printer to the University, for Thomas Robinson, 1657.
The second edition, with the addition of many new experiments and observations.
> Early works to 1800.
Fruit trees > Early works to 1800.
Fruit-culture > Early works to 1800.
Added engraved t.p., bearing author's name.
Often bound with the second ed. of Austen's The spirituall use of an orchard or garden of fruit-trees (Wing 4236)
, 140 p., , 208 ;
19 cm. (4to)
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