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The husbandmans fruitfull orchard. Shewing diuers rare new secrets for the true ordering of all sortes of fruite in their due seasons. Also how your encrease and profite maie bee much more then heeretofore, and yet your charge and labour the same. With the manner of gathering all kindes of fruite aswel stone-fruit as other, and hovv they are to be ordered in packing, carrying, conueying them by land or by water. Then in separating or culling them into diuers sortes, and lastlie in reseruing or laying them vp, as may be for their best lasting and continuance. Neuer before published.

  • Author

    N. F., fl. 1604.,

  • Date published

    1609

  • Publisher

    At London : Imprinted [by R. Bradock] for Roger Iackson and are to bee sold at his shop in Fleet-street neere the conduit, 1609.

  • Subject

    Fruit England Harvesting Early works to 1800

    Fruit Transportation Early works to 1800

    Fruit Storage Early works to 1800

  • Accession number

    83326332

  • Class

    SR - 97.2/

  • Language

    English

  • Physical description

    [4], 28 p. ; 4°.

  • Credit line

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

General note: "The epistle to the reader" signed: N.F. A reissue, with dedication cancelled and with cancel title page, of: The fruiterers secrets. A variant of the reissue with imprint date 1608. Printer's name from STC. Running title reads: The fruiterers secrets. Variant: title page misprints "diuers care" for "diuers rare". Signatures: A²(±A²?) B-D4 E². Quire A slightly dampstained; small MS. ink price at top of t.p.: "2d" UK-SuSCL Cited in: STC (2nd ed.), 10652 Format of surrogate: Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1957. 1 microfilm reel; 35mm. (Early English books, 1475-1640; 725:18). Ownership and custodial history: Purchased from Lawson, catalogue 280, no.54, December 2000 UK-SuSCL Binding Information: C19th? old style full calf binding UK-SuSCL At London : Imprinted [by R. Bradock] for Roger Iackson and are to bee sold at his shop in Fleet-street neere the conduit, 1609.