Tusser, Thomas

A hundreth good pointes of husbandrie

A hundreth good pointes, of good husbandry, maintaineth good household, with huswifry. House keping and husbandry, if it be good, must loue one another, as cousinnes in blood. The wife to, must husband as well as the man, or farewel thy husbandry, doe what thou can
Set forth by Thomas Tusser, gentleman, servant to the honorable Lord Paget of Beaudesert
Copied from the first edition, 1557
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