• Provide of thine own, to have all things at hand;
    Less work and the workman, unoccupied, stand.
    Make dry over-head both hovel and shack.
    Wash sheep (for the better) where water doth run;
    Let him go cleanly, and dry in the sun.
    Thy houses and and barns would be looked upon;
    And all things a[...]ed, ere harvest come on.
    At midsummer, down with the brambles and brakes;
    And after, abroad, with thy forks and thy rakes;
    Set movers a mowing, where meadow is grown;
    The longer now standing, the worse to be mown.