A Sure and Easy Method of Improving Estates: By Plantation of Oak, Elm, Ash, Beech, Birch, Plutanus, Portugal Chestnut, Horse Chestnut, Walnut, Lime, Service, Maple, Sycamore, Vornbeam, Quickbeam, Hazel, Fu, Pine and All Kinds of Aquatics, Etc. Wherein is Demonstrated, the Necessity and Advantage Thereof; with Their Manner of Raising, Cultivating Felling, Etc. in All Kinds of Soils, Whereby Estates May be Greatly Improved. Together with an Appendix, of the Mensuration of Timber, After the Common Method; and the Deceitful Way of Taking Dimensions. Likewise Geometrical Rules for the True Mensuration Thereof

F. Noble, 1740 - 274 Seiten

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Seite 46 - is permitted to marry a Wife, till he brings Proof, that he hath planted, and is a Father of fuch a
Seite 46 - to this Day, for the extraordinary Benefit which this Tree affords the Inhabitants: And
Seite 130 - as a Man may ride for many Miles about that Country under a continued
Seite 152 - they were wont to retort, and turn < the Tables upon their Husbands.
Seite 61 - or Pipes, to hold and convey the " Rain, to the very Body and Heart of the Tree.
Seite 5 - When Ships for bloody Combat we prepare, Oak affords Plank, and arms our Men of War, Maintains our Fires, makes Ploughs to till the. Ground', For
Seite 36 - forgot the plain or green Holly, that makes an admirable good Fence (but
Seite 186 - Chaucer, of which one was called the King's^ another the Queen's, and

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