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The gentleman farmer : being an attempt to improve agriculture, by subjecting it to the test of rational principles
Bib ID 1537200
Format BookBook
Author
Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782
 
Description Edinburgh : Printed for W. Creech, and London ,T. Cadell, 1776 
[iii] xxvi (i.e.xxiv), 409, [3] p., [3] leaves of plates : ill. ; 22 cm. (8vo.) 
Full contents
  • Part I. Practice of agriculture.
  • Part II. Theory of agriculture.
 
Notes

Advertisement: p. [2-3] at end.

Dedication to Sir John Pringle, President of the Royal Society, signed Henry Home.--p.[iii]-vi.

Imperfect copy: wanting plates bound at end of text between p. 409 and advertisements.

Library's copy inscribed: Robert Stevens.

Library's copy initialled inside front cover: W.H.H.

Library's copy has marginal notations in 18th century script; and pencilled name: Henry Home, on T.p.

Library's copy contains book-plate: G.K. Colislaw: donated by the family of the late George Keith Colislaw.

202/4/86.

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ESTC, t055416.

Subjects Agriculture - Scotland - Early works to 1800.  |  18th century - Agriculture - Scotland.

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