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Author: Shaw, John, inventor.
Title: Soli gloria Deo. Certaine rare and nevv inventions for the manuring and improving of all sorts of ground: Published by the author, for the helpe and instruction of all those that having any barraine land or other, and that are desirous to use the same unto their best profit and the publique good.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Soli gloria Deo. Certaine rare and nevv inventions for the manuring and improving of all sorts of ground: Published by the author, for the helpe and instruction of all those that having any barraine land or other, and that are desirous to use the same unto their best profit and the publique good.
Shaw, John, inventor.

At London: printed by B[ernard]. A[lsop]. and T. Fawcet, and are to bee sold by H. Seyle, dwelling at the Tygres-head in Fleet-street, 1636.
Alternate titles: Certaine rare and new inventions for the manuring and improving of all sorts of ground
Subject terms:
Agriculture
Soil productivity
Soils
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A73149.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE EPISTLE TO THE READER.
The Contents of this little Treatise.
Certaine Rare and new Inventions, for the Manuring and Improving of Ground of all sorts.
PART. 1.
CHAP. I. Certaine causes of Barrennesse.
CHAP. II. Instructions concerning the vse of a new Invention, called a Seed-barrow.
CHAP. III. Concerning the vse of the Manuring-Plow.
CHAP. IIII. Concerning the vse of the Manuring-Waggen.
CHAP. V. Instructions shewing how to prepare your Ground for the Seed-barrow, or Manuring-Waggen.
CHAP. VI. How to prepare fine Dung, Chalke, Lime, or Marle, for to vse in your Seed-Barrow, Manuring-Plow, or in the Manuring-Waggen.
CHAP. VII. The severall Benefits and Remedies arising through the vse of the Seed-Barrow, Manuring-Plow, and the Manuring-Waggen.
CHAP. VIII. Notes and Observations in Sowing.
CHAP. IX. Instructions teaching the vse of the Manuring-Barrow.
CHAP. X. The severall benefits arising through the vse of the Manuring Barrow.
CHAP. XI. This sheweth the vse of the Manuring-stone, Corroding harrow, or Corroding-rakes.
CHAP. XII. It sheweth the vse of the Horse Rakes.
CHAP. XIII. Instructions teaching how to finde out the Nature of Ground.
CHAP. XIIII. How to produce good store of Dung to manure your ground withall.
CHAP. XV. How to manure Ground without Dung, or Soyle.
CHAP. XVI. How to kill and destroy Furzes, Heath, Brakes, or any other Shrubs, and to Improve the said Ground.
CHAP. XVII. Concerning the making of Barren ground that is not worth Twelue-pence an Acre, to become worth Forty-shillings an Acre.
The Conclusion of the Author.