|Title:||Title Page Details Of Printed Pamphlet, 'The Reformed Husband-Man', Cressy Dymock|
|Ref:||Long title and bibliographic description only|
|Notes:||Published by Samuel Hartlib. [HDC list of The Publications of Samuel Hartlib, Turnbull: No. 36]|
The Hartlib Papers
[Long-Title and bibliographical description]
ST: The reformed husband-man.
Wing Number: H998 Wing Microfilm: 741.17
[within an ornamental border, 171x113mm.]
THE REFORMED | HUSBAND-MAN; | OR A BRIEF | TREATISE | OF THE | Errors, Defects, and Inconveniences of | our ENGLISH Husbandry, in plough- | ing and sowing for Corn; | WITH | The Reasons and general Remedies; and a large, | yet Faithful Offer or Undertaking for the benefit of | them that will joyn in this good and publick Work: | [rule] | Imparted some years ago to Mr. SAMUEL HARTLIB; | [rule] | And now by him re-imparted to all igenuous English-men, | that are willing to advance the Prosperity, Wealth and | Plenty of their Native Countrye. | [rule] | Esav 2s. v. 24, 26. | Doth the Plough-man Plough all day to sowe? Doth he open and | break the Clods of his ground? | For his God doth instruct him to discretion. and doth teach him. | [rule] | LONDON. printed by J.C. 1651.
4o A2, B4, C3; [$3 (-A1 C3) signed]; 9 leaves
pp.  1-14