The vineyard: a treatise shewing I. The nature and method of planting, Manuring, Cultivating, and Dressing of Vines in Foreign Parts. II. Proper Directions for Drawing, Pressing, Making, Keeping, Fining, and Curing all Defects in the Wine. III. An Easy and Familiar Method of Planting and Raising Vines in England, to the greatest Perfection; illustrated with several useful Examples. IV. New Experiments in Grafting, Budding, or Inoculating; whereby all Sorts of Fruit may be much more improved than at present; particularly the Peach, Apricot, Nectarine, Plumb, &c. V. The best manner of raising several sorts of compound fruit, which have not yet been attempted in England. Being the observations made by a gentleman in his travels.

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London : sold by D. Browne, at the Black-Swan, without Temple-Bar, M.DCC.XXXII. [1732]

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