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John Worlidge, (1640-1700) según otros (1660-1698). era un agricultor muy conocido que vivió en Petersfield, Hampshire, Inglaterra.

John Worlidge fue uno de los primeros agricultores británicos en discutir la importancia del cultivo como industria. En su libro más notable, Vinetum britannicum, Worlidge abogó por la producción del excedente de sidra y del vino en Gran Bretaña porque fue satisfecha por mejoras en el clima y los recursos.

Worlidge era considerado un gran experto en asuntos rurales. Así como Vinetum Brittannicum, Worlidge escribió Systema Agriculturae (1699) en la agricultura, y Systema Horticulturae (1677) en cultivar un huerto.

Worlidge en 1668 escribió la obra de apicultura titulada: Apiarivm, or, A discourse of bees tending to the best way of improving them, and to the discovery of the fallacies that are imposed by some, for private lucre, on the credulous lovers and admirers of these insects. John Worlidge. Editorial: London : Printed for and sold by Thomas Dring ..., 1676. En 1985 la obra fue reimpresa por Apiarium; or, A discourse of bees. John Worlidge; International Bee Research Association. Editorial: London, International Bee Research Association, ©1985.

Libros del autor[]

  1. John Worlidge. (1716). A compleat system of husbandry and gardening; or, the gentleman's companion, in the business and pleasures of a country life. The whole collected from, and containing what is most valuable in all the books hitherto written upon this subject; London : printed for J. Pickard, A. Bettesworth, and E. Curll, 1716.
  2. John Worlidge. (1676). Apiarivm, or, A discourse of bees tending to the best way of improving them, and to the discovery of the fallacies that are imposed by some, for private lucre, on the credulous lovers and admirers of these insects. John Worlidge. Editorial: London : Printed for and sold by Thomas Dring ..., 1676.
  3. John Worlidge. Apiarium; or, A discourse of bees. John Worlidge; International Bee Research Association. Editorial: London: International Bee Research Association, ©1985.
  4. John Worlidge. A new mapp of East and West New Jarsey : being an exact survey. John Worlidge; John Thornton. Editorial: [New Brunswick, N.J.? : Rutgers University Libraries?, 1986]
  5. John Worlidge. A new mapp of East and West New Jarsey : being an exact survey taken by Mr. John Worlidge. John Thornton; John Worlidge. Idioma: Inglés (eng) Tipo: Mapa
  6. John Worlidge. (1676). Vinetum Britannicum, or, A treatise of cider and such other wines and drinks that are extracted from all manner of fruits growing in this kingdom together with the method of propogating all sorts of vinous fruit-trees, and a description of the new-invented ingenio, or mill, for the more expeditious and better making of cider : and also, the right method of making metheglin and birch-wine : with copper-plates. John Worlidge. Editorial: London : Printed by J.C. for Tho. Dring ... and Tho. Burrel ..., 1676
  7. John Worlidge. (1678). Vinetum Britannicum: or A treatise of cider, and other wines and drinks extracted from fruits growing in this kingdom. With the method of propagating all sorts of vinous fruittrees. And a description of the new-invented ingenio or mill, for the more expeditious making of cider. And also the right way of making metheglin and birch-wine. The second impression, much enlarged. To which is added, a discourse teaching the best way of improving bees. With copper plates. By J. Worlidge. Gent. London : printed for Thomas Dring, over against the Inner-Temple-gate; and Thomas Burrel, at the Golden-ball under St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street, 1678.
  8. John Worlidge. (1669). Systema agriculturæ the mystery of husbandry discovered : wherein is treated of the several new and most advantagious ways of tilling, planting, sowing, manuring, ordering, improving all sorts of gardens, orchards, meadows, pastures, corn-lands, woods & coppices and of all sorts of fruits, corn, grain, pulse, new hays, cattel, fowl, beasts, bees, silk-worms, &c. : with an account of the several instruments and engines useful in this profession : to which is added, Kalendarium rusticum, or, The husbandmans monethly directions : also the prognosticks of dearth, scarcity, plenty, sickness, heat, cold, frost, snow, windes, rain, hail, thunder, &c., and Dictionarium rusticum, or, The interpretation of rustick terms. John Worlidge. Editorial: London : Printed by T. Johnson for Samuel Speed ..., 1669.
  9. John Worlidge. (1678). Vinetum Britannicum, or, A treatise of cider, and other wines and drinks extracted from fruits growing in this kingdom with the method of propagating all sorts of vinous fruit-trees : and a description of the new-invented ingenio or mill ... : to which is added A discourse teaching the best way of improving bees. John Worlidge. Editorial: London : Printed for Thomas Dring ... and Thomas Burrel ..., 1678.
  10. John Worlidge. (1668). Systema horti-culturæ, or, The art of gardening in three books. John Worlidge. Editorial: London : Printed for Tho. Dring ..., 1688.
  11. John Worlidge. (1704). Dictionarium rusticum & urbanicum, or, A dictionary of all sorts of country affairs, handicraft, trading, and merchandizing... John Worlidge; N. Bailey. Editorial: London : Printed for J. Nicholson ..., 1704.
  12. John Worlidge. Systema agriculturae: the mystery of husbandry discovered, treating of... J. Worlidge. Editorial: London : Nath. Rolls; Thomas Dring, 1687-1697.
  13. John Worlidge. (1675) Systema agriculturae: the mystery of husbandry discovered, treating of ... J. Worlidge. Editorial: London : T. Dring, 1675.
  14. John Worlidge. The gardeners monthly directions ... John Worlidge. Editorial: Edinburgh : Clark Constable, 1980.
  15. John Worlidge. (1698). Systema agriculturae: the mystery of husbandry discovered. Treating of the several new and most advantagious ways of tilling, planting, sowing, manuring, ordering, improving of all sorts of gardens, orchards, meadows, pastures, corn-lands, woods & coppices. As also of fruits, corn, grain, pulse, new-hays, cattle, fowl, beasts, bees, silk-worms, &c. With an account of the several instruments and engines used in this profession. To which is added Kalendarium rusticum: or, The husbandmans monthly directions. Also the prognosticks of dearth, scarcity, plenty, sickness, heat, cold, frost, snow, winds, rain, hail, thunder, &c. And Dictionarium rusticum: or, The interpretation of rustick terms. The whole work being of great use and advantage to all that delight in that most noble practice. John Worlidge; Frederick Hendrick van Hove. Editorial: London : Printed, and are to be sold by John Taylor, at the Ship in St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCXCVIII [1698]
  16. John Worlidge. (1698). The compleat bee-master; or, A discourse of bees shewing the best way of improving them, and discovering the fallacies that are imposed by some, for private lucre, on the credulous lovers and admirers of these insects. By J. Worlidge, gent. John Worlidge. Editorial: London : Printed for, and sold by G. Conyers, at the Ring in Little-Britain, 1698.
  17. John Worlidge. (1717). Dictionarium rusticum, urbanicum & botanicum, or, A dictionary of husbandry, gardening, trade, commerce, and all sorts of country-affairs : containing more particularly ... N Bailey; John Worlidge; John Nicholson; William Taylor; William Churchill. Editorial: London : Printed for J. Nicholson ... W. Taylor ... and W. Churchill ..., 1717.
  18. John Worlidge. (1704). Dictionarium rusticum & urbanicum : or, A dictionary of all sorts of country affairs, handicraft, trading, and merchandizing ... por N Bailey; John Worlidge. Editorial: London : Printed for A. and J. Churchill, and John Taylor, 1704.
  19. John Worlidge. (1726). Dictionarium rusticum, urbanicum & botanicum: or, A dictionary of husbandry, gardening, trade, commerce, and all sorts of country-affairs. por N Bailey; John Worlidge; Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress). Editorial: London, Printed for J. and J. Knapton, A. Bettesworth, 1726.
  20. John Worlidge. (1689). The second parts of Systema agriculturæ, or, The mystery of husbandry, and Vinetum Britannicum, or, A treatise of cider wherein are contained many select and curious observations and novel experiments relating to husbandry and fruit-trees : with the best and most natural rules and methods for the making of cider, and other English-liquors : to which is added, an essay towards the discovery of the original of fountains and springs. John Worlidge. Editorial: London : Printed for George Grafton .., 1689.
  21. John Worlidge. (1691). Vinetum Britannicum, or, A treatise of cider and other wines extracted from fruits growing in this kingdom with the method of propagating all sorts of vinous fruit-trees : and a description of the new-invented ingenio or mill for the more expeditious making of cider : and also the right way of making metheglin and birch-wine : to which is added A discourse teaching the best way of improving bees : with copper plates. John Worlidge. Editorial: London : Printed for Thomas Dring, 1691.
  22. John Worlidge. (1694). Mr. Worlidge's two treatises the first, of improvement of husbandry..: the second, a treatise of cyder and of the cyder-mill and a new sort of press: to which is added an essay towards the discovery of the original of fountains and springs. John Worlidge. Editorial: London : Printed for M. VVotton, 1694.
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