A necessary companion or, The English interest discovered and promoted in the advancement of most trades and manufactures with infallible rules for the attainment thereof. Together with the emprovement of orchards, vine-yards, medows, pastures, corn-lands, &c. According to the latest and approved of experiments in the art of husbandry. With varieties of new inventions and discoveries

Carew Reynell London : printed and are sold by William Budden book-binder in Goose Alley by the Ditch-side, and by the book-sellers in London and Westminster, 1685

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