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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