Moore, Jonas

Englands interest, or the gentleman and farmers friend

Shewing, 1. How land may be improved from 20s to 8l. and so to 100 l. per acre, per annum, with great ease, and for an inconsiderable charge. 2. The best and quickest way of raising a nursery. 3. How to make cyder, perry, cherry, curran, goose-berry, mul-berry, and birch wines, as strong and wholesome as french and spanish wines; and the cyder and wines so made, to be sold at 3 d. per quart, tho' as good as wine now sold for 18 d. 4. Directions for brewing the finest malt liquors, better and cheaper than hitherto known. Shewing what care is to be taken in the choice of water, malt and hope, and how they are to be mixed, boiled, and fermented, for making the best march or october beer, strong ale, &c. 5. Instructions for breeding horses much cheaper, and to a far greater advantage than ever yet known. 6. Of the husbandry of bees, and the great benefit thereby. 7. Instructions for the profitable ordering of fish-ponds, and for the increase of fish. 8. A guide for young anglers, teaching them the best method of catching trout, carp, barbers, jacks, pikes, perch, roach, dace, &c. As also how to dress them after the newest fashion. Lastly, physick for families, containing many useful medicine for several distempers, particularly the plague
By Sir J. Moore