The English improver improved or The survey of husbandry surveyed : discovering the improueableness of all lands: some to be vnder a double and treble others vnder a five- or six fould. And many vnder a tenn fould, yea some vnder a twenty fould improuement. By Wa: Blith a lover of ingenuity. All clearly demonstrated from principles of reason, ingenuity, and late, but most real experiences; and held forth at an inconsiderable charge to the profits accrewing thereby, under six peeces of improvement. 1 By floating and watering such land as lieth capable thereof. 2 By draining fen, reducing bog, and regaining sea-lands. 3 By such enclosures as prevents depopulation, & advanceth all interests. 4 By tillage of some land lost for want of, and pasturing others destroyed with plowing. 5 By a discovery of all soyls and composts with their nature and use. 6 By doubling the growth of wood by a new plantation.
- London : Printed for John Wright, at the Kings-head in the Old-Bayley, 1652.
, 248, , 249-256, , 261-264, , 258-262,  p.,  plates (2 folded) : ill. (woodcuts) ; 19 cm. (4°).
- The third impression much augmented. With an additional discovery of the severall tooles, and instruments in their forms and figures promised. With a second part; containing six nevver peeces of improvement ...