Reference numberEL/B1/43
TitlePaper, 'About agriculture' by John Beale
Date27 January 1664
DescriptionThis is the second instalment on the theme of agriculture. Beale states that agriculture could be helped through correspondence; that good husbandry practices should be exchanged and gives examples from Barbados and England; discusses ploughs and different foodstuffs. Beale summarises his argument at the end of the paper
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialSee EL/B1/42 and EL/B1/44 for the other parts of this paper
Copied into LBO/27/376
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
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NA3355Beale; John (c1608 - c1683); clergyman and writerc1608 - c1683
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