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TULL, Jethro (1674--1741)
A supplement to the essay on horse-hoing husbandry. Containing explanations and additions both in theory and practice. Wherein all the objections against that husbandry, which are come to the author's knowledge are consider'd and answer'd. By Jethro Tull, Esq;
London: printed for the author: and may be had at Mr Mills's: at John Aitkins's, in Edinburgh: and at the Bear in Hungerford, 1736.
[3], 206--269, [1] p. ; 29.1 cm. (2º)

The pagination continues that of Tull's The horse-hoing husbandry, London, 1733 (q.v.). Pages 259--[270] 'Addenda to Horse-ho'ing'. Errata and notes on p. [258] and [270]. Printer's device at end (fasces with motto 'Vis Unita Fortior'). ESTC n24607.

Copy Notes Additions in ink to the errata on p. [258]. Bound after the main work (q.v.). Inscribed on front pastedown in ink John Winde. Rear pastedown inscribed in ink Mid and the sum 55 [over] 11 [equals] 66.

Binding C18th sprinkled calf, gilt duoble-ruled borders and spine, black morocco spine-label.

Reference Number 915


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