Reference numberEL/B1/45
TitlePaper, 'Of utensills of Husbandry' by John Beale
Date9 July 1664
DescriptionBeale transcribes a letter from his nephew Smith, who informs his uncle about the good husbandry practices he has seen whilst travelling. Concerning carriages, different types of plough, a winnowing instrument, an engine to cut up roots and to break stones; gardening tools such as a hoe and rattle to frighten birds (some figures in text)
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialCopied into LBO/27/423
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
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