|Author:||Tusser, Thomas, 1524?-1580.|
|Title:||A hundreth good pointes of husbandry lately maried vnto a hundreth good poynts of huswifery: newly corrected and amplified with dyuers proper lessons for housholders, as by the table at the latter ende, more plainly may appeare: set foorth by Thomas Tusser Gentle man, seruant to the right honorable Lorde Paget of Beudefert.|
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A hundreth good pointes of husbandry lately maried vnto a hundreth good poynts of huswifery: newly corrected and amplified with dyuers proper lessons for housholders, as by the table at the latter ende, more plainly may appeare: set foorth by Thomas Tusser Gentle man, seruant to the right honorable Lorde Paget of Beudefert.
Tusser, Thomas, 1524?-1580.
[London: Printed by Henry Denham?] In ædibus Richardi Tottylli cum priuilegio, Anno. 1570.
|Alternate titles:||Hundreth good pointes of husbandrie|
Printer's name conjectured by STC; the woodcut title-page border has "HD" in sill.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Home economics -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
Agriculture -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
The commodities of husbandrie.
To the right honorable and my speciall good Lorde and maister the Lorde Paget of Beudesert.
To the Reader.
The description of Husbandrie.
The Ladder to thrift.
XXiiii. Lessons alwaies to be obserued.
A hundreth good poyntes of husbandrye.
A description of time and the yere.
¶ A description of lyfe and ryches.
A description of house kepyng,
A description of Christmas.
A description of apt time to spend.
Against fantasticall scruplenesse.
Christmas husbandly fare.
¶ Of all thing this seemeth the summe, one going, another to come.
The kindely propertie of euery moneth.
¶ Compairing good husband with vnthrift his brother, the better descerneth the tone from the tother.
¶ A Sonet where playnelye ye see, eche worde to beginne with a T.
A Comparison betvvene Champion and Seueral.
The Preface to the booke of Huswiferie.
To the right honorable and my speciall good Lady and Mistres, the Lady Paget.
¶ A description of Huswife and Huswiferie.
Twentie Lessons alway to be obserued.
A hundreth good pointes of Huswiferye.
The plough mans feasting times.
The good huswifely Phisicke.
The good motherly Nusserie.
Thinke on the poore.
For men a perfect warning, what childe shall come by learning.
A sonet to the Lady Paget.
A Comparison betvvene good Huswifery and euill.
Husbandly posies for the hall.
Posies for the parler.
Posies for the geastes chamber.
Posies for thine owne bed Chamber.
Principall pointes of Religion.
¶ The husband mannes belife.
Of the omnipotencie of God and debilitie of man.
The table to Husbandrie
The table to Huswiferie.