Advice hovv to plant tobacco in England: and how to bring it to colour and perfection, to whom it may be profitable, and to whom harmfull

Name:
C. T., active 17th century
Title:
Advice hovv to plant tobacco in England: and how to bring it to colour and perfection, to whom it may be profitable, and to whom harmfull
Place of Origin:
London (England)
Publisher:
Printed by Nicholas Okes, and are to be sold by Walter Bvrre
Date:
1615
Format/Genre:
books
Physical Description:
Physical Dimensions: 19 cm.
Language:
English
Note:
This is a planting manual of sorts.
Summary:
This text demonstratse how agricultural planning can be represented as 'profitable' only to be squelched by other interests--in this case, I assume these are the interests of the Virginia colony in having tobacco monopoly.
Library Collection:
Edwin Robert Anderson Seligman Papers
Library Location:
Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Columbia University
Browse Location’s Digital Content
Shelf Location:
1615E T11
Catalog Record:
5600142; 4079598
Digital Project:
Early Modern Futures

Advice hovv to plant tobacco in England: and how to bring it to colour and perfection, to whom it may be profitable, and to whom harmfull