The Clergy-Man's Recreation: Shewing the Pleasure and Profit Of the Art of Gardening. / The Gentleman's Recreation: Or The Second Part Of The Art of Gardening Improved. Containing several New Experiments, and Curious Observations relating to Fruit-Trees. Particularly a New Method of building Walls with Horizontal Shelters. / The Fruit-Garden Kalendar: Or A Summary Of the Art of Managing the Fruit-Garden. Teaching in order of Time what is to be done therein every Month in the Year. Containing several new and plain Directions, more particularly relating to the Vine.
London: Printed for Bernard Lintot, at the Cross-keys, between the Temple Gates in Fleet-Street, 1718-1726. 6th Edition. Full calf. 8º, 19 cm.; 3 works: book 1 (Clergy-Man's Recreation), 83 pp.; book 2 (Gentleman's Recreation), 115 pp.; book 3 (Fruit-Garden Kalendar), 149 pp. ;. Very good. Item #60
Probably as-issued. Lintot published various versions from 1718-1726 including these three titles as well as 'The Lady's Recreation' by Charles Evelyn, and a tract on 'variagated greens' by Laurence. (Fussell).