The complete farmer

Or, a general dictionary of husbandry in all its branches. Containing the various methods of cultivating and improving every species of land, according to the precepts of both the old and new husbandry. Comprising every thing valuable in the best writers on this subject, viz. Linnaeus, Chateauvieux, the Marquis of Turbilly, Platt, Evelyn, Worlidge, Mortimer, Tull, Ellis, Miller, Hale, Lisle, Roque, Mills, Young, Marshall, &c. &c. Together with a great variety of new discoveries and improvements. Also the whole business of breeding, managing, and fattening cattle and poultry of all kinds, and the most approved manner of curing the various diseases to which they are subject. Together with the manner of raising bees, and of acquiring large quantities of wax and honey, without destroying those laborious insects. Also, the management of vines, and the best method of making all sorts of wines
Illustrated with a great variety of copper-plates, accurately engraved, exhibiting all the instruments used in husbandry; particularly those lately invented, as well as those presented to the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, &c. in London, many of which have never yet approved in a work of this nature.By a Society of Gentlemen, members of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce
The fourth edition, considerably improved, and greatly enlarged
LongmanLondon1793