Fiue Hundred Pointes of Good Husbandrie
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Fiue Hundred Pointes of Good Husbandrie

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  • FIUE HUNDRED POINTES
    • OF
  • GOOD HUSBANDRIE.
    • BY
    • THOMAS TUSSER.
      • W. PAYNE, ESQ., AND SIDNEY J. HERRTAGE, ESQ., B.A.
    • W. PAYNE, ESQ., AND SIDNEY J. HERRTAGE, ESQ., B.A.
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
    • BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF THE AUTHOR.
    • THE LAST WILL OF THOMAS TUSSER.
    • A Lesson.
      • A lesson how to confer euery abstract with his month,& how to finde out huswiferie verses by the Pilcrowe, and Champion from Woodland.
    • A lesson how to confer euery abstract with his month,& how to finde out huswiferie verses by the Pilcrowe, and Champion from Woodland.
    • The Table of Husbandrie.
      • A Table of the pointes of husbandrie mentioned in this booke.
        • FINIS.
      • FINIS.
    • A Table of the pointes of husbandrie mentioned in this booke.
      • FINIS.
    • FINIS.
    • 1.
      • ¶ The Author's Epistle to the late Lord William Paget, wherein he doth discourse of his owne bringing vp, and of the goodnes of the said Lord his master vnto him, and the occasion of this his booke, thus set forth of his owne long practise.
        • Chap. 1.
      • Chap. 1.
    • ¶ The Author's Epistle to the late Lord William Paget, wherein he doth discourse of his owne bringing vp, and of the goodnes of the said Lord his master vnto him, and the occasion of this his booke, thus set forth of his owne long practise.
      • Chap. 1.
    • Chap. 1.
    • 2.
      • ¶ To the Right Honorable and my speciall good Lord and Master, the Lord Thomas Paget of Beaudesert, sone and heire to his late[1] father deceased.
        • Chap. 2.
      • Chap. 2.
    • ¶ To the Right Honorable and my speciall good Lord and Master, the Lord Thomas Paget of Beaudesert, sone and heire to his late[1] father deceased.
      • Chap. 2.
    • Chap. 2.
    • 3.
      • ¶ To the Reader.
        • Chap. 3.
      • Chap. 3.
    • ¶ To the Reader.
      • Chap. 3.
    • Chap. 3.
    • 4.
      • ¶ An Introduction to the Booke of Husbandrie.[1]
        • Chap. 4.
      • Chap. 4.
    • ¶ An Introduction to the Booke of Husbandrie.[1]
      • Chap. 4.
    • Chap. 4.
    • 5.
      • ¶ A Preface to the buier of this booke.
        • Chap. 5.
      • Chap. 5.
    • ¶ A Preface to the buier of this booke.
      • Chap. 5.
    • Chap. 5.
    • 6.
      • The commodities of Husbandrie.
        • Chap. 6.
      • Chap. 6.
    • The commodities of Husbandrie.
      • Chap. 6.
    • Chap. 6.
    • 7.
      • Chap. 7.
    • Chap. 7.
    • 8.
      • ¶ The description of Husbandrie.
        • Chap. 8.
      • Chap. 8.
    • ¶ The description of Husbandrie.
      • Chap. 8.
    • Chap. 8.
    • 9.
      • ¶ The Ladder to thrift.
        • Chap. 9.
      • Chap. 9.
    • ¶ The Ladder to thrift.
      • Chap. 9.
    • Chap. 9.
    • 10.
      • ¶ Good husbandlie lessons worthie to be followed of such as will thriue.
        • Chap. 10.
      • Chap. 10.
    • ¶ Good husbandlie lessons worthie to be followed of such as will thriue.
      • Chap. 10.
    • Chap. 10.
    • 11.
      • ¶ An habitation inforced better late than neuer, vpon these words Sit downe Robin and rest thee.[E57]
        • Chap. 11.
      • Chap. 11.
    • ¶ An habitation inforced better late than neuer, vpon these words Sit downe Robin and rest thee.[E57]
      • Chap. 11.
    • Chap. 11.
    • 12.
      • ¶ The fermers dailie diet.
        • Chap. 12.
      • Chap. 12.
    • ¶ The fermers dailie diet.
      • Chap. 12.
    • Chap. 12.
    • 13.
      • A description of the properties of windes all the times of the yeere.
        • Chap. 13.
      • Chap. 13.
    • A description of the properties of windes all the times of the yeere.
      • Chap. 13.
    • Chap. 13.
    • 14.
      • ¶ Of the Planets.
        • Chap. 14.
      • Chap. 14.
    • ¶ Of the Planets.
      • Chap. 14.
    • Chap. 14.
    • 15.
      • ¶ Septembers Abstract.
        • Chap. 15.
        • ¶ Other short remembrances.[12]
      • Chap. 15.
      • ¶ Other short remembrances.[12]
    • ¶ Septembers Abstract.
      • Chap. 15.
      • ¶ Other short remembrances.[12]
    • Chap. 15.
    • ¶ Other short remembrances.[12]
    • 16.
      • ¶ Septembers husbandrie.
        • Chap. 15.
      • Chap. 15.
    • ¶ Septembers husbandrie.
      • Chap. 15.
    • Chap. 15.
    • 17.
      • A digression to husbandlie furniture.
    • A digression to husbandlie furniture.
    • [16 contd.]
    • 18.
      • ¶ Octobers abstract.
        • Chap. 16.
        • ¶ Other short remembrances.[11]
      • Chap. 16.
      • ¶ Other short remembrances.[11]
    • ¶ Octobers abstract.
      • Chap. 16.
      • ¶ Other short remembrances.[11]
    • Chap. 16.
    • ¶ Other short remembrances.[11]
    • 19.
      • ¶ Octobers husbandrie.
        • Chap. 17.
        • A digression to the usage of diuers countries, concerning Tillage.
      • Chap. 17.
      • A digression to the usage of diuers countries, concerning Tillage.
    • ¶ Octobers husbandrie.
      • Chap. 17.
      • A digression to the usage of diuers countries, concerning Tillage.
    • Chap. 17.
    • A digression to the usage of diuers countries, concerning Tillage.
    • 20.
      • ¶ Nouembers abstract.
        • Chap. 18
        • ¶ Other short remembrances.
      • Chap. 18
      • ¶ Other short remembrances.
    • ¶ Nouembers abstract.
      • Chap. 18
      • ¶ Other short remembrances.
    • Chap. 18
    • ¶ Other short remembrances.
    • 21.
      • ¶ Nouembers husbandrie.
        • Chap. 19.
      • Chap. 19.
    • ¶ Nouembers husbandrie.
      • Chap. 19.
    • Chap. 19.
    • 22.
      • ¶ Decembers abstract.
        • Chap. 20.
        • ¶ Other short remembrances.
      • Chap. 20.
      • ¶ Other short remembrances.
    • ¶ Decembers abstract.
      • Chap. 20.
      • ¶ Other short remembrances.
    • Chap. 20.
    • ¶ Other short remembrances.
    • 23.
      • ¶ Decembers husbandrie.
        • Chap. 21.
      • Chap. 21.
    • ¶ Decembers husbandrie.
      • Chap. 21.
    • Chap. 21.
    • 24.
      • ¶ A digression to hospitalitie.
        • Chap. 22.[1]
      • Chap. 22.[1]
    • ¶ A digression to hospitalitie.
      • Chap. 22.[1]
    • Chap. 22.[1]
    • 25.
      • ¶ A description of time, and the yeare.
        • Chap. 23.
      • Chap. 23.
    • ¶ A description of time, and the yeare.
      • Chap. 23.
    • Chap. 23.
    • 26.
      • ¶ A description of life and riches.
        • Chap. 24.
      • Chap. 24.
    • ¶ A description of life and riches.
      • Chap. 24.
    • Chap. 24.
    • 27.
      • ¶ A description of housekeeping.
        • Chap. 25.
      • Chap. 25.
    • ¶ A description of housekeeping.
      • Chap. 25.
    • Chap. 25.
    • 28.
      • ¶ A description of the feast of the birth of Christ, commonly called Christmas.[1]
        • Chap. 26.
      • Chap. 26.
    • ¶ A description of the feast of the birth of Christ, commonly called Christmas.[1]
      • Chap. 26.
    • Chap. 26.
    • 29.
      • ¶ A description of apt time to spend.
        • Chap. 27.
      • Chap. 27.
    • ¶ A description of apt time to spend.
      • Chap. 27.
    • Chap. 27.
    • 30.
      • ¶ Against fantasticall scruplenes.
        • Chap. 28.
      • Chap. 28.
    • ¶ Against fantasticall scruplenes.
      • Chap. 28.
    • Chap. 28.
    • 31.
      • ¶ Christmas husbandlie fare.
        • Chap. 29.
      • Chap. 29.
    • ¶ Christmas husbandlie fare.
      • Chap. 29.
    • Chap. 29.
    • 32.
      • ¶ A Christmas Caroll of the birth of Christ vpon the tune of King Salomon.[E142]
        • Chap. 30.
      • Chap. 30.
    • ¶ A Christmas Caroll of the birth of Christ vpon the tune of King Salomon.[E142]
      • Chap. 30.
    • Chap. 30.
    • 33.
      • ¶ Januaries abstract.
        • Chap. 31.
        • ¶ Other short remembrances.
      • Chap. 31.
      • ¶ Other short remembrances.
    • ¶ Januaries abstract.
      • Chap. 31.
      • ¶ Other short remembrances.
    • Chap. 31.
    • ¶ Other short remembrances.
    • 34.
      • Of trees or fruites to be set or remooued.
    • Of trees or fruites to be set or remooued.
    • 35.
      • ¶ Januaries husbandrie.
        • Chap. 32.
      • Chap. 32.
    • ¶ Januaries husbandrie.
      • Chap. 32.
    • Chap. 32.
    • 36.
      • ¶ Februaries abstract.
        • Chap. 33.
        • ¶ Other short remembrances.
      • Chap. 33.
      • ¶ Other short remembrances.
    • ¶ Februaries abstract.
      • Chap. 33.
      • ¶ Other short remembrances.
    • Chap. 33.
    • ¶ Other short remembrances.
    • 37.
      • ¶ Februaries husbandrie.
        • Chap. 34.
      • Chap. 34.
    • ¶ Februaries husbandrie.
      • Chap. 34.
    • Chap. 34.
    • 38.
      • ¶ Marches abstract.
        • Chap. 35.
        • ¶ Other short remembrances.
      • Chap. 35.
      • ¶ Other short remembrances.
    • ¶ Marches abstract.
      • Chap. 35.
      • ¶ Other short remembrances.
    • Chap. 35.
    • ¶ Other short remembrances.
    • 39.
      • Seedes and herbes for the Kitchen.
    • Seedes and herbes for the Kitchen.
    • 40.
      • Herbes and rootes for sallets and sauce.
    • Herbes and rootes for sallets and sauce.
    • 41.
      • Herbes and rootes to boile or to butter.
    • Herbes and rootes to boile or to butter.
    • 42.
      • Strowing herbes of all sortes.
    • Strowing herbes of all sortes.
    • 43.
      • Herbes, branches, and flowers, for windowes and pots.
    • Herbes, branches, and flowers, for windowes and pots.
    • 44.
      • Herbes to still in Sommer.
    • Herbes to still in Sommer.
    • 45.
      • Necessarie herbes to growe in the garden for Physick, not rehersed before.
    • Necessarie herbes to growe in the garden for Physick, not rehersed before.
    • 46.
      • ¶ Marches husbandrie.
        • Chap. 36.
      • Chap. 36.
    • ¶ Marches husbandrie.
      • Chap. 36.
    • Chap. 36.
    • 47.
      • ¶ Aprils abstract.
        • Chap. 37.
      • Chap. 37.
    • ¶ Aprils abstract.
      • Chap. 37.
    • Chap. 37.
    • 48.
      • ¶ Aprils husbandrie.
        • Chap. 38.
      • Chap. 38.
    • ¶ Aprils husbandrie.
      • Chap. 38.
    • Chap. 38.
    • 49.
      • ¶ A lesson for dairie maid Cisley, of ten toppings gests.[E292]
    • ¶ A lesson for dairie maid Cisley, of ten toppings gests.[E292]
    • 50.
      • ¶ Maies abstract.
        • Chap. 39.
        • ¶ Two other short remembrances.
      • Chap. 39.
      • ¶ Two other short remembrances.
    • ¶ Maies abstract.
      • Chap. 39.
      • ¶ Two other short remembrances.
    • Chap. 39.
    • ¶ Two other short remembrances.
    • 51.
      • Maies husbandrie.
        • Chap. 40.
      • Chap. 40.
    • Maies husbandrie.
      • Chap. 40.
    • Chap. 40.
    • 52.
      • ¶ Junes abstract.
        • Chap. 41.
        • A lesson of hopyard.
      • Chap. 41.
      • A lesson of hopyard.
    • ¶ Junes abstract.
      • Chap. 41.
      • A lesson of hopyard.
    • Chap. 41.
    • A lesson of hopyard.
    • 53.
      • ¶ Junes husbandrie.
        • Chap. 42.
        • A lesson where and when to plant good Hopyard.
      • Chap. 42.
      • A lesson where and when to plant good Hopyard.
    • ¶ Junes husbandrie.
      • Chap. 42.
      • A lesson where and when to plant good Hopyard.
    • Chap. 42.
    • A lesson where and when to plant good Hopyard.
    • 54.
      • ¶ Julies abstract.
        • Chap. 43.
      • Chap. 43.
    • ¶ Julies abstract.
      • Chap. 43.
    • Chap. 43.
    • 55.
      • ¶ Julies husbandrie.
        • Chap. 44.
      • Chap. 44.
    • ¶ Julies husbandrie.
      • Chap. 44.
    • Chap. 44.
    • 56.
      • ¶ Augusts abstract.
        • Chap. 45.
        • Works after haruest.[15]
      • Chap. 45.
      • Works after haruest.[15]
    • ¶ Augusts abstract.
      • Chap. 45.
      • Works after haruest.[15]
    • Chap. 45.
    • Works after haruest.[15]
    • 57.
      • ¶ Augusts husbandrie.
        • Chap. 46.
        • Works after Haruest.[13]
      • Chap. 46.
      • Works after Haruest.[13]
    • ¶ Augusts husbandrie.
      • Chap. 46.
      • Works after Haruest.[13]
    • Chap. 46.
    • Works after Haruest.[13]
    • 58.
      • ¶ Corne Haruest equally deuided into ten partes.
        • Chap. 47.[1]
      • Chap. 47.[1]
    • ¶ Corne Haruest equally deuided into ten partes.
      • Chap. 47.[1]
    • Chap. 47.[1]
    • 59.
      • ¶ A briefe conclusion, where you may see, Ech word in the verse, to begin with a T.
        • Chap. 48.
      • Chap. 48.
    • ¶ A briefe conclusion, where you may see, Ech word in the verse, to begin with a T.
      • Chap. 48.
    • Chap. 48.
    • 60.
      • [Mans age deuided into twelue seauens. 1614.]
        • Chap. 49.
      • Chap. 49.
    • [Mans age deuided into twelue seauens. 1614.]
      • Chap. 49.
    • Chap. 49.
    • 61.
      • ¶ Another diuision of the nature of mans age.
        • Chap. 50.
      • Chap. 50.
    • ¶ Another diuision of the nature of mans age.
      • Chap. 50.
    • Chap. 50.
    • 62.
      • Comparing good husband with vnthrift his brother, The better discerneth the tone from the tother.[E380]
        • Chap. 51
      • Chap. 51
    • Comparing good husband with vnthrift his brother, The better discerneth the tone from the tother.[E380]
      • Chap. 51
    • Chap. 51
    • 63.
      • ¶ A comparison betweene Champion countrie and seuerall.
        • Chap. 52.
      • Chap. 52.
    • ¶ A comparison betweene Champion countrie and seuerall.
      • Chap. 52.
    • Chap. 52.
    • 64.
      • ¶ The description of an enuious and naughtie neighbour.[E394]
        • Chap. 53. [1]
      • Chap. 53. [1]
    • ¶ The description of an enuious and naughtie neighbour.[E394]
      • Chap. 53. [1]
    • Chap. 53. [1]
    • 64.*
      • To light a candell before the Deuill.[E403]
    • To light a candell before the Deuill.[E403]
    • 65.
      • ¶ A sonet against a slanderous tongue.[E406]
        • ¶ Chap. 54.
      • ¶ Chap. 54.
    • ¶ A sonet against a slanderous tongue.[E406]
      • ¶ Chap. 54.
    • ¶ Chap. 54.
    • 66.
      • ¶ A sonet vpon the Authors first seuen yeeres seruice.
        • Chap. 55.
      • Chap. 55.
    • ¶ A sonet vpon the Authors first seuen yeeres seruice.
      • Chap. 55.
    • Chap. 55.
    • 67.
      • ¶ The Authours Dialogue betweene two Bachelers, of wiuing and thriuing by Affirmation and Obiection.[E412]
        • Chap. 56.
        • Thus endeth the booke of Husbandrie.
      • Chap. 56.
      • Thus endeth the booke of Husbandrie.
    • ¶ The Authours Dialogue betweene two Bachelers, of wiuing and thriuing by Affirmation and Obiection.[E412]
      • Chap. 56.
      • Thus endeth the booke of Husbandrie.
    • Chap. 56.
    • Thus endeth the booke of Husbandrie.
    • 68.
      • To the right Honorable and my especiall good Ladie and Maistres, the Ladie Paget.[E424]
    • To the right Honorable and my especiall good Ladie and Maistres, the Ladie Paget.[E424]
    • 69.
      • ¶ To the Reader.[1]
    • ¶ To the Reader.[1]
    • 70.
      • ¶ The Preface to the booke of Huswiferie.
    • ¶ The Preface to the booke of Huswiferie.
    • 71.
      • As true as thy faith, Thus huswiferie saith.
    • As true as thy faith, Thus huswiferie saith.
    • 72.
      • ¶ A description of Huswife and Huswiferie.[E428]
    • ¶ A description of Huswife and Huswiferie.[E428]
    • 73.
      • Instructions to Huswiferie.[E429]
    • Instructions to Huswiferie.[E429]
    • 74.
      • A digression.
    • A digression.
    • 75.
      • ¶ Huswiferie.
        • ¶ Morning workes.[1]
      • ¶ Morning workes.[1]
    • ¶ Huswiferie.
      • ¶ Morning workes.[1]
    • ¶ Morning workes.[1]
    • 76.
      • ¶ Breakefast doings.
    • ¶ Breakefast doings.
    • 77.
      • ¶ Huswifely admonitions.
    • ¶ Huswifely admonitions.
    • 78.
      • ¶ Brewing.
    • ¶ Brewing.
    • 79.
      • ¶ Baking.[E439]
    • ¶ Baking.[E439]
    • 80.
      • ¶ Cookerie.
    • ¶ Cookerie.
    • 81.
      • ¶ Dairie.
    • ¶ Dairie.
    • 82.
      • ¶ Scouring.
    • ¶ Scouring.
    • 83.
      • Washing.
    • Washing.
    • 84.
      • Malting.
    • Malting.
    • 85.
      • ¶ Dinner matters.
    • ¶ Dinner matters.
    • 86.
      • ¶ Afternoone workes.
    • ¶ Afternoone workes.
    • 87.
      • ¶ Euening workes.
    • ¶ Euening workes.
    • 88.
      • ¶ Supper matters.
    • ¶ Supper matters.
    • 89.
      • ¶ After supper matters.
    • ¶ After supper matters.
    • 90.
      • ¶ The ploughmans feasting daies.
    • ¶ The ploughmans feasting daies.
    • 91.
      • ¶ The good huswifelie Physicke.
    • ¶ The good huswifelie Physicke.
    • 92.
      • ¶ The good motherlie nurserie.
    • ¶ The good motherlie nurserie.
    • 93.
      • ¶ Thinke on the poore.
    • ¶ Thinke on the poore.
    • 94.
      • ¶ A comparison betweene good huswiferie and euill.[E461]
    • ¶ A comparison betweene good huswiferie and euill.[E461]
    • 95.
      • For men a perfect warning How childe shall come by larning.
    • For men a perfect warning How childe shall come by larning.
    • 96.
      • ¶ The description of a womans age by vi. times xiiij yeeres prentiship, with a lesson to the same.
        • A Lesson
      • A Lesson
    • ¶ The description of a womans age by vi. times xiiij yeeres prentiship, with a lesson to the same.
      • A Lesson
    • A Lesson
    • 97.
      • ¶ The Inholders posie.[1]
    • ¶ The Inholders posie.[1]
    • 98.
      • ¶ Certaine Table Lessons.
    • ¶ Certaine Table Lessons.
    • 99.
      • ¶ Lessons for waiting servants.
    • ¶ Lessons for waiting servants.
    • 100.
      • ¶ Husbandly posies for the hall.
    • ¶ Husbandly posies for the hall.
    • 101.
      • ¶ Posies for the parler.
    • ¶ Posies for the parler.
    • 102.
      • ¶ Posies for the gests chamber.
    • ¶ Posies for the gests chamber.
    • 103.
      • ¶ Posies for thine owne bed chamber.
    • ¶ Posies for thine owne bed chamber.
    • 104.
      • ¶ A Sonet to the Ladie Paget.
    • ¶ A Sonet to the Ladie Paget.
    • 105.
      • ¶ Principall points of Religion.
    • ¶ Principall points of Religion.
    • 106.
      • ¶ The Authors beleefe.
    • ¶ The Authors beleefe.
    • 107.
      • Of the omnipotencie of God, and debilitie of man.
    • Of the omnipotencie of God, and debilitie of man.
    • 108.
      • Of Almes deedes.
        • Eleemosyna prodest homini in vita, in morte, & post mortem.
      • Eleemosyna prodest homini in vita, in morte, & post mortem.
    • Of Almes deedes.
      • Eleemosyna prodest homini in vita, in morte, & post mortem.
    • Eleemosyna prodest homini in vita, in morte, & post mortem.
    • 109.
      • Of malus homo.
        • Malus homo, out of S. Augustine.
      • Malus homo, out of S. Augustine.
    • Of malus homo.
      • Malus homo, out of S. Augustine.
    • Malus homo, out of S. Augustine.
    • 110.
      • Of two sorts of people.
        • Of two sorts of men, the tone good, and tother bad, out of S. Augustine.
      • Of two sorts of men, the tone good, and tother bad, out of S. Augustine.
    • Of two sorts of people.
      • Of two sorts of men, the tone good, and tother bad, out of S. Augustine.
    • Of two sorts of men, the tone good, and tother bad, out of S. Augustine.
    • 111.
      • Of what force the devil is if he be resisted.
    • Of what force the devil is if he be resisted.
    • 112.
      • ¶ Eight of S. Barnards verses, both in Latine and English with one note to them both.[1][E485]
    • ¶ Eight of S. Barnards verses, both in Latine and English with one note to them both.[1][E485]
    • 113.
      • ¶ Of the Authors linked Verses departing from Court to the Country.[1]
    • ¶ Of the Authors linked Verses departing from Court to the Country.[1]
    • 114.
      • The Authors life.[1]
        • FINIS.
      • FINIS.
    • The Authors life.[1]
      • FINIS.
    • FINIS.
    • [115.]
      • Of Fortune.
        • Fortuna non est semper amica, Superbiam igitur semper devita.
      • Fortuna non est semper amica, Superbiam igitur semper devita.
      • A Table of the points of Huswiferie mentioned in this Booke.
    • Of Fortune.
      • Fortuna non est semper amica, Superbiam igitur semper devita.
    • Fortuna non est semper amica, Superbiam igitur semper devita.
    • A Table of the points of Huswiferie mentioned in this Booke.
    • ¶ A hundreth good pointes of husbandrie.
      • ¶ To the right honorable and my speciall good lord and maister, the lord Paget, Lord priuie seale.
      • ¶ Concordia paruæ res crescunt Discordia maximæ dilabuntur.
      • ¶ August.
      • ¶ September.
      • ¶ October.
      • ¶ November.
      • ¶ Decembre.
      • ¶ Christmas.
      • ¶ January.
      • ¶ Februarij.
      • ¶ Marche.
      • ¶ A digression from husbandrie: to a poynt or two of huswifrie.
      • ¶ Aprill.
      • ¶ May.
      • ¶ June.
      • ¶ Julii.
      • ¶ A sonet or brief rehersall of the properties of the twelue monethes afore rehersed.
    • ¶ To the right honorable and my speciall good lord and maister, the lord Paget, Lord priuie seale.
    • ¶ Concordia paruæ res crescunt Discordia maximæ dilabuntur.
    • ¶ August.
    • ¶ September.
    • ¶ October.
    • ¶ November.
    • ¶ Decembre.
    • ¶ Christmas.
    • ¶ January.
    • ¶ Februarij.
    • ¶ Marche.
    • ¶ A digression from husbandrie: to a poynt or two of huswifrie.
    • ¶ Aprill.
    • ¶ May.
    • ¶ June.
    • ¶ Julii.
    • ¶ A sonet or brief rehersall of the properties of the twelue monethes afore rehersed.
    • NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS.
    • GLOSSARY.
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