3 edition of A treatise of hemp-husbandry found in the catalog.
A treatise of hemp-husbandry
1765 by Printed by Green & Russell, by order of the Honorable House of Representatives. in Boston .
Written in English
|Statement||By Edmund Quincy, Esq; ; [One line from Horace in Latin]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 10151.|
|Contributions||Revere, Paul, 1735-1818 engraver.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32,  p.,  leaf of plates|
|Number of Pages||32|
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The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by advances Author: Edmund A treatise of hemp-husbandry book. A treatise of hemp-husbandry: being a collection of approved instructions, as to the choice and preparation of the soils, most proper for the growth of that useful and valuable material, and also as to the subsequent management thereof, agreable to the experience of several countries wherein it has been produced, both in Europe and America.
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A treatise of hemp-husbandry: being a collection of approved instructions, as to the choice and preparation of the soils, most proper for the growth of that useful and valuable material, and also as to the subsequent management thereof, agreable [sic] to the experience of several countries wherein it has been produced, both in Europe and America.
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Painne, Timothy (ed.) / Marcandier, M.: Treatise on Hemp 4. Hemp Husbandry ~ Index. Index Allen, J.: The Reign of Law ~ (), (App. 2) Americas ~ () Analysis ~, ; Tables - Jun 13, · It was less of a book and more of a short guide, written by Edmund Quincy (cousin to John Adams, the first vice president and second president) titled “A Treatise of Hemp-Husbandry.
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WINSLOW J os. amstrad.fun The only charges in Revere s Day Book against Edmund Quincy, whom he calls Edmund Quincy. His verses offered a fund of mottoes, such as simplex munditiis, (elegance in simplicity) splendide mendax (nobly untruthful.), sapere aude, nunc est bibendum, carpe diem (the latter perhaps being the only one still in common use today), quoted even in works as prosaic as Edmund Quincy's A treatise of hemp-husbandry ().
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He later retired to his paternal estate and, inpublished A Treatise on Hemp Husbandry. Quincy was also an acting magistrate of Suffolk County until the time of his death, and was referred to as "Squire" or "Justice" Quincy. Family and personal life. Quincy married Elizabeth Wendell in Hemp Husbandry is the definitive study of cannabis cultivation for fiber, foliage, and seed.
All factors are rigorously examined: Chap 1 ~ Hemp health, in America, cloth, paper, products, biodiesel, a renewable resource, other fiber plants (flax, cotton, kenaf, etc), hempseed and nutrition, hempseed oil.
It was less of a book and more of a short guide, written by Edmund Quincy (cousin to John Adams, the first vice president and second president) titled “A Treatise of Hemp-Husbandry”. The treatise was published inwhich was the same year that George Washington’s diary provides his records of trying to grow hemp at his Mount Vernon home.
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Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Ending the War on the Non-Drug Known as Hemp Chris Calton With the recent legalization of hemp in the United States, one may ask the question of why it was ever illegal to begin with.
Being a non-psychoactive form of cannabis, its uses were entirely industrial. One. His verses offered a fund of mottoes, such as simplex munditiis, splendide mendax, sapere aude, nunc est bibendum, carpe diem (the latter perhaps being the only one still in common use today), quoted even in works as prosaic as Edmund Quincy's A treatise of hemp-husbandry ().
Horace's Ars Poetica is second only to Aristotle's Poetics in its influence on literary theory and criticism. Milton recommended both works in his treatise of Education. Horace's Satires and Epistles however also had a huge impact, influencing theorists and critics such as John Dryden.
las nuevas periferias americanas en la circulaciÓn de cÁÑamo y jarcia para la construcciÓn naval militar espaÑola en el siglo xviii / the new american peripheries in the circulation of hemp. Soon after his arrival in London he fell a victim to small-pox.
He left two sons, Edmund and JosiahThe elder, Ed-round, merchant, born in Braintree, in ; died there inwas graduated at Harvard in He was author of a "Treatise on Hemp Husbandry," published in Throughout the revolutionary era, helpful manuals to aid the would-be hemp farmer continued to appear, often at the behest of colonial governments eager to erect stable, self-sufficient economies with this versatile crop as their foundation, the Massachusetts house of Representatives in commissioned A Treatise of Hemp-Husbandry from Edmund.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. History of Cannabis. Print; Modern History. Cannabis arrives in North America Treatise of Hemp-Husbandry A how-to pamphlet on raising hemp published by Edmund Quincy.
Hemp arrives in Kentucky The book led to a popular interest in hashish in the United States. He composed a controversial version of Odesand Paradise Lost includes references to Horace's 'Roman' Odes –6 (Book 7 for example begins with echoes of Odes ).
Yet Horace's lyrics could offer inspiration to libertines as well as moralists, and neo-Latin sometimes served as a kind of discrete veil for the risqué.
Josiah Quincy retired shortly after this windfall, while Edmund remained in business, entering into a partnership with his sons. Though well respected, he suffered financial reverses and was declared bankrupt inhe later retired to his paternal estate and, inpublished A Treatise on Hemp Husbandry.
Horace can be regarded as the world's first autobiographer – In his writings, he tells us far more about himself, his character, his development, and his way of life than any other great poet in antiquity; some of the biographical writings contained in his writings can be supplemented from the short but valuable "Life of Horace" by Suetonius (in his Lives of the Poets).
Full text of "The New England historical and genealogical register" See other formats. People. Edmund Quincy was the son of Edmund Quincy and his second wife, Elizabeth Gookin. He married Dorothy Flynt and had 4 children, including another Edmund Quincy and Dorothy Quincy, who was the topic of a famous poem by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
While this book was penned some time ago, it is not too late to write the odd review. It is one of the books I consulted in writing Hemp for Victory: History and Qualities of the World's Most Useful Plant, and a very well-researched piece it has proven to be.
Jack Frazier is the author, an American historian who used excellent sources to give. Horace’s Ars Poetica is second only to Aristotle’s Poetics in its influence on literary theory and criticism. Milton recommended both works in his treatise of Education. Horace’s Satires and Epistles however also had a huge impact, influencing theorists and critics such as John Dryden.
There was considerable debate over the value of different lyrical forms for contemporary poets, as. In Boston, John Lovell’s The Seasons. An interlocutory exercise at the South Grammar School, JuneEdmund Quincy’s A treatise of hemp-husbandry (also ), and Sir Richard Hill’s An address to persons of fashion () were all dignified by Horatian mottoes.
This index contains all of the documents in the microfilm edition of the Quincy, Wendell, Holmes, and Upham family papers. Entries include writers, addressees, and subjects of individual documents, followed by item descriptions, dates, and reel and frame numbers where those items are located.
Jan 20, · The Massachusetts House of Representatives commissioned Edmund Quincy to write A Treatise of Hemp-Husbandry, inwhich stated: “ the two most important materials which the Inhabitants of these Colonies should be principally encouraged in the growth of, are flax and hemp, being the most extensively useful of any which can be so easily.
The Library of Congress > Chronicling America > New-York daily tribune. > January 16, > Image 3 Search America's historic newspaper pages from or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between present. ^ Propertius published his third book of elegies within a year or two of Horace's Odes and mimicked him, for example, in the opening lines, characterizing himself in terms borrowed from Odes 13 andas a priest of the Muses and as an adaptor of Greek forms of poetry (R.
Tarrant, Ancient receptions of Horacio, ). Suppressed - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. supressed inventions5/5(1). Jan 08, · But for industrial purposes, figures as prestigious as George Washington grew hemp, following the instructions detailed in the pamphlet “A Treatise of Hemp-Husbandry,” authored by Edmund Quincy, a cousin of President John Adams.
Although it was never known as a staple crop, hemp production remained prevalent in certain southern states. But for industrial purposes, figures as prestigious as George Washington grew hemp, following the instructions detailed in the pamphlet “A Treatise of Hemp-Husbandry,” authored by Edmund Quincy, a cousin of President John Adams.
Although it was never known as a staple crop, hemp production remained prevalent in certain southern states.Jan 24, · Indeed, for a man who sometimes lamented his isolation in Westborough, print was a vital link to the larger world of ideas and events.
His range of reading indicates that he was interested in and familiar with important aspects of the print culture of eighteenth-century amstrad.fun: Ross W.
Beales.It was not until ten years before the American Revolution that an English-language guidebook for raising hemp became available in the colonies. The author of this how-to pamphlet, A Treatise of Hemp-Husbandry, was Edmund Quincy, a cousin of John Adams, the first vice president and second president of the United States.
George Washington was a /5(13).