|Title||Farming in the eastern parts of Devonshire|
|Description||An account of preparing land for cereal crops and destroying furze|
John Beale adds, in his own hand, about destroying weeds, which he signs
Paper is endorsed by Beale stating: 'Devonshire. This from a gentleman of very good rate dwelling on the East side of Exeter about 4 miles distance from Exeter to JB'
Henry Oldenburg also endorses the paper: 'Answer to the Agriculture inquiry concerning part of Devonshire, sent by Dr Beale to H Oldenburg'
|Related material||Copied into LBO/27/442|
Transcribed into 'The correspondence of Henry Oldenburg', ed and trans by A Rupert Hall & Marie Boas Hall, vol 2, pp 258-261
|URL description||Also available on Early Modern Letters Online|
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|NA3355||Beale; John (c1608 - c1683); clergyman and writer||c1608 - c1683|