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An essay upon field-husbandry in New-England

An essay upon field-husbandry in New-England

as it is or may be ordered.

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Published by Printed, and sold by T. Green in N. London [i.e., New London, Conn.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agriculture -- New England

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Jared Eliot, M.A. ; [Two lines from Ecclesiastes]
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 6132
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[4], iv, 25, [3] p.
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18178702M

    Essays Upon Field-Husbandry in New-England Boston: Edes and Gill, The Modern Improvements in Agriculture. London: J. Wilkie, An anonymous work in which the author, "a practiser of both the old and new husbandry," details his agricultural experiments. In he writes in the preface to his "Essays upon Field Husbandry ": "Having spent more than Thirty years in a Business that required a great deal of Travel, altho' it did not much hinder Reading and Study, it gave me an opportunity to see much of the Country, of making many Observations, and of being acquainted with very many Persons of.

    Cotton Mather / ˈ m æ ð ər / FRS (Febru – Febru ) was a New England Puritan minister, prolific author, and left a scientific legacy due to his hybridization experiments and his promotion of inoculation for disease prevention, though he is most frequently remembered today for his involvement in the Salem witch trials. Alma mater: Harvard College. For Eliot’s contribution see the fifth essay in Harry J. Carman and Rexford G. Tugwell, eds., Essays upon Field Husbandry by Jared Eliot (New York, ). Gale’s plow may have been Eliot’s (whose executor he was) or may have included improvements of his own.

    Rev. Jared Eliot (–), Yale , F.R.S., of Killingworth (now Clinton), Conn., published Essays upon Field-Husbandry in New England, As It Is or May Be Ordered, Boston, (Sabin, No. ), originally issued in parts, New London and N.Y., –, “the most widely read and prized agricultural essays in America” before the. 8. For the Rev. Jared Eliot of Killingworth, Conn., the author of the well-known Essays upon Field-Husbandry in New England, see above, III, – Eliot died on Ap , BF sent Mills’s work (mentioned in the note immediately below) to his son, Col. Aaron Eliot (–). Mills to .


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: Essays upon Field Husbandry in New England and Other Papers, (): Eliot, Jared: BooksCited by: 5. extensive research, he compiled his Essays upon Field-Husbandry in New-England, which was published in six parts from to Those essays became the most popular and prominent works on agronomy published in the English colonies before the American Revolution.

The sixth essay on field-husbandry, as it is, or may be ordered in New-England. By Jared Eliot, A.M. [Four lines of Scripture texts]. [Eliot, Jared] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The sixth essay on field-husbandry, as it is, or may be ordered in New-England.

By Jared Eliot, A.M. [Four lines of Scripture texts].Author: Jared Eliot. An essay upon field-husbandry in New-England as it is or may be ordered. / By Jared Eliot, M.A. ; [Two lines from Ecclesiastes] Publication info: Ann Arbor, MI:: Text Creation Partnership, Availability.

Essays upon field husbandry in New EnglandAn essay on the invention, or art of making very good, if not the best iron, from black sea sandLetters on agriculture received. Get this from a library.

An essay upon field-husbandry in New-England: as it is or may be ordered. [Jared Eliot]. Among the facsimiles are the title-pages of the edition of "Essays upon field-husbandry in New-England, as it is or may be ordered" and the edition of "An essay on the invention, or art of making very good, if not the best iron, from black sea sand." Description: lvi, pages, 1 leaf frontispiece (portrait) plates, facsimiles 22 cm.

Jared Eliot, minister, physician, farmer --Essays upon field husbandry in New England --An essay on the invention, or art of making very good, if not the best iron, from black sea sand --Letters on agriculture received by Jared Eliot from John Bartram, Nathan Bowen, Peter Collinson, and others.

ELIOT, Jared. Essays upon Field-Husbandry in New-England, as it is or may be Ordered, Boston: Edes & Gill,8° (perforation stamp on title and first text leaf, lacks final [?]blank, six small sections excised from title and 4 other leaves with resultant loss of text, browned), later limp cloth (worn).Provenance: John Rand (signature); Frances S.

& Francis W. Parker (booklabel). The seventh essay was not part of the Essays Upon Field Husbandry, but it concerned a new way to manufacture iron from a substance found in New England. This essay was entitled An Essay On The Invention or Art of Making Very Good, If Not The Best Iron, From Black Sea Sand.

A continuation of the Essay upon field-husbandry, as it is, or may be ordered in New England [Ressource électronique] / by Jared Eliot. Date: Editeur / Publisher: [Farmington Hills, Mich]: Thomson Gale, The sixth essay on field-husbandry, as it is, or may be ordered in New-England.

By Jared Eliot, A.M. [Four lines of Scripture texts]. Published in Boston, Essays Upon Field-Husbandry in New-England, as it is or may be Ordered, contained a series of six essays written between and addressing various subjects he considered vital to halting wasteful farming methods and promoting agricultural improvement.

Contents: Essays upon field husbandry in New EnglandAn essay on the invention, or art of making very good, if not the best iron, from black sea sandLetters on agriculture received by Jared Eliot from J. Bartram and others. Essays Upon Field-husbandry in New-England, as It is or May be Ordered Boston: Edes and Gill, p.

“The foregoing essays were first printed in New-London and in New-York; the 1st in2d in3d in4th in5th in6th in ” p. Appendix dated June, Essays upon Field Husbandry in New England, and Other Papers, by Jared Eliot, Harry J.

Corman, Rexford G. Tugwell (pp. ) Review by: Andrew Boss DOI: / that a book on American agriculture was needed, he undertook the series of Essays upon Field Husbandry in New England, which comprised the first published volume on the subject to originate in the American Colonies.

Nevertheless, in his Essays, Eliot made frequent reference to "Books of Eng. The seventh essay was not part of the Essays Upon Field Husbandry, but it concerned a new way to manufacture iron from a substance found in New essay was entitled An Essay On The Invention or Art of Making Very Good, If Not The Best Iron, From Black Sea recounted how he experimented with "black sea sand" for use in iron-making.

Essays Upon Field Husbandry in New England, and Other Papers, Edited by Harry J Carman, Rexford G Tugwell, and Rodney H True. Edited by. JARED Eliot's Essays upon Field-Husbandry in New-England (I76i), the first important agricultural book written in the American colonies, proposed to "set before the Reader the Way of mending our poor.

Jared Eliot, Essays Upon Field Husbandry in New England (Boston: Edes & Gill, ) — advocates the use of the latest agricultural techniques in Britain, adapted to New England .4.

Rev. Jared Eliot (–), YaleF.R.S., of Killingworth (now Clinton), Conn., published Essays upon Field-Husbandry in New England, As It Is or May Be Ordered, Boston, (Sabin description begins Joseph Sabin and others, comps., A Dictionary of Books Relating to America, from Its Discovery to the Present Time, New York, –; 29 vols.

description ends, No. Jared Eliot, Connecticut clergyman and physician, publishes Essays Upon Field Husbandry in New England. Inspired by new agricultural practices in Britain, Virginia planter George Washington starts to try crop rotation and soil fertilization at his estate Mount Vernon.