|Author:||Henley, Walter de, fl. 1250.|
|Title:||The booke of thrift, containing a perfite order, and right methode to profite lands, and other things belonging to husbandry. ; Newly Englished, and set out by I.B. gentleman of Caen in France.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The booke of thrift, containing a perfite order, and right methode to profite lands, and other things belonging to husbandry. ; Newly Englished, and set out by I.B. gentleman of Caen in France.
Henley, Walter de, fl. 1250., Bellot, Jacques.
London: Printed by Iohn Wolfe., 1589..
Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Farm management -- England -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT Honorable Sir Francis Wal∣singham Knight, Chauncellor of Lancaster, first Secretary of estate to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie, and one of her Maiesties most Honou∣rable priuie Counsell, Iames Bellot Gentleman of Caen in Nor∣mandy, wisheth health.
An account for Hus∣bandrie.
An answere of the seedes that must be sowen.
How a man ought to alow, or hire the haruest men in haruest time, and in time of making of hay.
Howe landes ought to be measured.
The answer of the barne.
Answere of dredges.
The profite of the dairie, concerning the small store.
Answere of the white meate of kine.
The answere of the whitmeate of sheepe.
This husbandrie made a Knight, sir Walter of Henley, who after ren∣dered himself into the order of the Friers-preachers, & did reach vnto the people, how they ought to liue wisely and hohestly of their goods, and not to waste too much before hand, lest they should want after.