Law, James Thomas
The poor man's garden
Or, a few brief rules for regulating allotments of land to the poor, for potatoe gardens. With remarks, addressed to Mr. Malthus, Mr. Sadler, and the political economists, and a reference to the opinions of Dr. Adam Smith, in his "Wealth of nations"
By the rev. James Thomas Law, M. A., chancellor of Lichfield and Coventry
Dictionary of National Biography 32 (1892), S. 230