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Author: Standish, Arthur, fl. 1611-1613.
Title: New directions of experience to the Commons complaint by the incouragement of the Kings most excellent Maiesty, as may appeare, for the planting of timber and fire-wood. With a neere estimation what millions of acres the kingdome doth containe; what acres is waste ground, whereon little profit for this purpose will arise. : What millions hath bin woods, and bushy grounds, what acres are woods, and in how many acres so much timber will be contained, as will maintaine the kingdome for all vses for euer. : And how as great store of fire-wood may be raised, as may plentifully maintaine the kingdome for all purposes, without losse of ground; so as within thirty yeares all spring-woods may be conuerted to tillage and pasture. / Inuented by Arthur Standish.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: New directions of experience to the Commons complaint by the incouragement of the Kings most excellent Maiesty, as may appeare, for the planting of timber and fire-wood. With a neere estimation what millions of acres the kingdome doth containe; what acres is waste ground, whereon little profit for this purpose will arise. : What millions hath bin woods, and bushy grounds, what acres are woods, and in how many acres so much timber will be contained, as will maintaine the kingdome for all vses for euer. : And how as great store of fire-wood may be raised, as may plentifully maintaine the kingdome for all purposes, without losse of ground; so as within thirty yeares all spring-woods may be conuerted to tillage and pasture. / Inuented by Arthur Standish.
Standish, Arthur, fl. 1611-1613.

[S.l.: N. Okes], Anno Domini. MDCXIII. [1613].
Subject terms:
Fuelwood crops -- Great Britain.
Tree crops -- Great Britain.
Reforestation -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
Forests and forestry -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
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New Directions for the planting of Wood, by Arthur Standish.
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For the planting in Barren, Champaine, or Gorssie grounds, either for Timber or Fire-wood.
How to improue barren ground.
For the planting of Timber-trees, or Fire-wood, in Forrests, Cha∣ses, Parkes, Commons, and common Pastures.
For the planting of Fire-wood about Parkes.
For the increase of Fire-wood, by the Lopping of trees.
For the increasing of wood in the Springs of wood.
Concerning the planting of wood in hedges already made with thornes.
Concerning such as hereafter may inclose.
Directions for such as are desirous to stocke vp woods, for the improouing of the Soile.
A second Direction, for the present encreasing of Fire-wood, agreeable to the nature of this Age, 1613. February 1.