England's Improvement Reviv'd: In a Treatise of all manner of Husbandry & Trade By Land and Sea. Plainly discovering the several ways Improveing all sorts of Waste and Barren Grounds, and Enriching all Earths; with the Natural Quality of all Lands, and the several Seeds and Plants which most naturally thrive therein. Together with the manner of Planting all sorts of Timber-trees, and Under-woods, with two several Chains to Plant Seeds or Sets by; with several Directions to make Walks, Groves, Orchards, Gardens, Planting of Hops and good Fences; with the Vertue of Trees, Plants, and Herbs, and their Physical Use; With an Alphabet of all Herbs growing in the Kitchin, and Physick-gardens; and Physical Directions. Also The way of Ordering Cattel, with several Observations about Sheep, and choice of Cows for the Dairy, all sorts of Dear, Tame Conies, Variety of Fowles, Bees, Silk-worms, Pigeons, Fish-ponds, Decoys: with Directions to make an Aviary. And with accounts of Digging, Delving, and all Charges and Profits arising in all fore-mentioned: and a particular view of every part of the pleasant Land: With many other Remarks never before extant.
London: Printed By Tho. Newcomb, for Benjamin Southwood, at the Star next to Sergeants-Inn in Chancery-lane; and Israel Harrison near Lincolns-Inn. 1673. Second Edition. Full calf. 4to, 20cm.; 270pp.; Three bookplates (Johannes G[eorgius] Howe Drummond de Abbots Grange; Carl Franz Georg Richard Schwerdt; Duke of Gloucester, Prince Henry.) Includes initial leaf "The Bookseller, to the Reader" opposite title page. Front cover detached and rear just holding at 2 cords, else very good. Fair. Item #46
Preface by John Evelyn.