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England's Interest: or, The Gentleman and Farmers Friend. Shewing . . . How Land May be Improved . . . How to Make Cyder . . . Goose-berry, Mul-berry, and Birch wines, as Strong and Wholesome as French and Spanish Wines . . .
London: Printed for A. Bettesworth, 1721. - A posthumous work by Sir Jonas Moore (1617-1679), first published in 1697 (with subsequent editions in 1703, 1705 and 1707), devoted mostly to wine-making and brewing, with chapters on cooking, bee-keeping, land use, raising horses and there is a substantial section on fish and fishing, etc. All the editions are scarce. 12mo, later 18th century polished calf rebacked preserving the original spine, gilt decorations and lettering. Final leaf of publisher's ads present. Kress 3407; ESTC T132244. Front hinge starting; edges rubbed; some foxing; very good copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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