Flavel, John. Husbandry Spiritualized; or, the Heavenly Use of Earthly Things. Consisting of many pleasant Observations, pertinent Applications, and serious Reflections; and each chapter concluded with a Divine and suitable Poem; directing Husbandmen to the most excellent improvements of their common employments; Whereunto are added, by way of an Appendix, several choice Occasional Meditations, upon Birds, Beasts, Trees, Flowers, Rivers, and several other objects; fitted for the help of such as desire to walk with God in all their solitudes, and recesses from the world. Elizabethtown, [NJ]: Shepard Kollock, 1795.
Full leather, front outer hinge cracked and holding by cords, 4 x 6 3/4 inches, "Flavel's Husband" on brown calf spine label, old dark stains to front board. 1801 inscription on ffep, 295 (4) pp., some old staining to text. Printed in old font. Fair. 
ESTC W19451; Evans 28675; Morsch 271. "A reissue of the 1794 edition, presumably from existing sheets. The first signature has been reset, with some alterations in line endings. (Felcone)."
John Flavel (1627-1691), English nonconformist, ejected in 1662. “He was a man of exemplary piety, in doctrine a Calvinist; an experimental, affectionate, practical, and popular writer."”-–Darling.