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[Fiue hundreth points of good husbandry vnited to as many of good huswiferie, firs deuised, and nowe lately augmented with diuerse approued lessons concerning hopps and gardening, and other needeful matters, together with an abstract before euery moneth, conteining the whole effect of the sayd moneth with a table and a preface in the beginning both necessary to be reade, for the vnderstanding of the booke. Set forth by Thomas Tusser gentelman, seruant to the honorable Lord Paget of Beudesert]

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    SR - 97.2/

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    141, [3] p. ; 4°.

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    CC-BY-NC-ND Image Courtesy of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

General note: An enlarged edition of "A hundreth good pointes of husbandrie", first published in 1557. Title from 1577 edition (STC 24379); imprint suggested by cataloguer. In verse. Verify title, imprint, and pagination. Copy catalogued, Lacks all before sig. B1. Though setting is dissimilar to settings of Tottell's known editions, the blackletter and Roman type-sets used in this edition and Tottell's prior editions appear to be identical UK-SuSCL Lacks t.p. (supplied by ?C18th classical engraving beside MS. ink title); some MS. ink and pencil notes UK-SuSCL Ownership and custodial history: MS. ink signature inside front board: "Edward Butt, Wimborne, Dorset; purchased from the library of Eric B. Bramwell of Coventry at Phillipps sale, Knowle 5March 1991 UK-SuSCL Binding Information: Unsophisticated C18th? full sheepskin, blind-stamped centrepiece and border rules on both boards UK-SuSCL