Or, a discourse of the benefits and improvements of husbandry. Containing directions for all manner of tillage, pasturage, and plantation. As also for the making of cyder and perry. With some considerations upon I. justices of the peace and inferior officers. II. On inns and alehouses. III. On servants and labourers IV. On the poor. To which are added two essays, I. Of a country-house. II. Of the fuel of London
By Tim. Nourse, gent.
Dictionary of National Biography 41 (1895), S. 240-241