|Author:||Maxey, Edward, Gent.|
|Title:||A nevv instuction [sic] of plowing and setting of corne, handled in manner of a dialogue betweene a ploughman and a scholler. Wherein is proued plainely that plowing and setting, is much more profitable and lesse chargeable, than plowing and sowing. By Edvvard Maxey. Gent.|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A nevv instuction [sic] of plowing and setting of corne, handled in manner of a dialogue betweene a ploughman and a scholler. Wherein is proued plainely that plowing and setting, is much more profitable and lesse chargeable, than plowing and sowing. By Edvvard Maxey. Gent.
Maxey, Edward, Gent.
Imprinted at London: By Felix Kyngston, dwelling in Pater noster Rowe, ouer against the signe of the Checker, 1601.
|Alternate titles:||New instruction of plowing and setting of corne.|
Running title reads: A new instruction of plowing and setting of corne.
Signatures: A-D4 E3.
Some pages closely cropped, affecting marginal print.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
TO THE RIGHT WOR∣SHIPFVL SIR RICHARD MARTEN KNIGHT, MASTER OF HER MAIESTIES MYNT, ALDERMAN, and twise Lord Maior of the Citie of London.
TO THE CHRISTIAN READER.
A NEW INSTRVCTION OF PLOWING AND SETTING OF CORNE, HANDLED IN manner of a Dialogue betweene a Ploughman and a Scholler.
A COMPARISON BE∣TWEENE PLOWING AND SOWING OF THREE ACRES of land, after the old fashion, and plowing and setting of one Acre after the man∣ner declared in this Booke.