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The sheep and wool correspondence of Sir Joseph Banks, 1781-1820 / edited by Harold B. Carter
Bib ID 2706373
Format BookBook
Description [Sydney] : [London] : Library Council of New South Wales ; British Museum (Natural History), 1979 
xxx,641p., 7p. of plates ; 27cm. 
ISBN 0908449054
0565008021
Notes

Index.

Bibliography: p.590-615.

Subjects Wool production industries. Role of Spanish Merino sheep. Great Britain, 1781-1820. Correspondence  |  Wool industry.  |  Merino sheep.
Other authors/contributors Banks, Joseph, Sir, 1743-1820  |  Carter, Harold B. (Harold Burnell), 1910- ed  |  Library Council of New South Wales  |  British Museum (Natural History)

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