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Henley [Hanley], Walter of (fl. c. 1260), writer on agriculture, was the author of a treatise known from more than thirty manuscripts; written in French, in most versions it is entitled Husbandry (Hosbondrye, and so on) but only about ten of them give the author's name, which was apparently not included in the original work but added by copyists. The text at one point refers to 'au tens qe ieo fu baillif' (...

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Nourse, Timothy (c. 1636–1699), agricultural and religious writer, was born at The Place, Newent, Gloucestershire, a younger son of Sir Walter Nourse (d. 1652). His mother may have been Sir Walter's first wife, Mary, daughter of Sir Edward Engeham of Gunston, Kent...