A sure method of improving estates,
by plantations of oak, elm, ash, beech, and other timber-trees, coppice woods. &c. Wherein is demonstrated, the necessity and advantages thereof; their manner of raising, cultivating, felling, &c. in all kinds of soils, whereby estates may be greatly improved. Offered to the consideration of the nobility of the gentry of Great-Britain.
Printed for Francis Clay and Daniel Browne, London. 1728.
The botanic garden:
consisting of highly finished representations of hardy ornamental flowering plants, cultivated in Great Britain
Baldwin and Craddock, London, 1825-42.
or, an essay on the principles of vegetation and tillage. ... By Jethro Tull, ... The third edition, very carefully corrected. To which is prefixed, an new preface by the editors, ...
London: A. Millar, 1751.