A NEW SYSTEM OF HUSBANDRY. From many years Experience, with Tables shewing the Expence and Profit of each Crop. That a Farm of a 150 Acres will clear 402l, 4s. sterl. a Year. How to stock Farms to the best Advantage, How the Crops are to follow each other by Way of Rotation. Of Trench-Ploughing, shewing how to raise good Crops without Manure. On Rearing, Breeding, and a new discovered Cheap Food for Cattle. Of Cabbage and Turnip Husbandry. Of the Naked Wheat, with many other new discovered Grains and Grasses suitable for the Land and Climate of America. Also shewing the great profit of Rabbit Warrens, and how to stock them. A Farmer's and Kitchen Garden Calendar. Of all Sorts of Manures, Marls, Clays, Sands, &c. A new invented Thrashing Floor. Also many chosen Receipts in Physic and Surgery, for the Human Species, and others for the cure of all Sorts of Cattle. To which are annexed a few Hints humbly offered for the perusal of the Legislators of America.
Philadelphia: Printed for the author, 1785. [Price 3 dollars in boards or 3 and a half bound.] Two volumes. First edition. Vol.1: Folding table, ,  subscribers list, , iv, -87, 98-364; , 5-368 pp.; Vol. 2: , 5-368 pp. Full period calf with gilt rules on spine and red label stamped in gilt, given that the text on the title page and in other copies we have examined are done in the same style, it appears to be a publishers binding. Full of valuable information and good suggestions for the Americans such as tattooing servants to prevent runaways, taxing dogs, and building rabbit warrens. EVANS 19338. HOWES V-54. KRESS B-979. RINK 1100. Item #64102