A Guide to the Printed Materials for English Social and Economic History, 1750-1850, Volumen 2

Columbia University Press, 1926

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Página 42 - Loudon, John Claudius, An encyclopaedia of agriculture; comprising the theory and practice of the valuation, transfer, laying out, improvement, and management of landed property; . . . the latest improvements; a general history of agriculture in all countries; and a statistical view
Página 407 - Bakewell, Thomas, A letter addressed to the Chairman of the Select Committee of the House of Commons, appointed to inquire into the state of mad-houses: To which is subjoined, Remarks on the nature, causes, and cure, of mental derangement.
Página 69 - Low, David, On landed property, and the economy of estates: comprehending the relation of landlord and tenant, and the principles and forms of leases, farm buildings, enclosures, drains, embankments, roads, and other rural works — minerals — and woods.
Página 246 - The act for the amendment and better administration of the laws relating to the poor, in England and Wales, with explanatory notes, and a copious index
Página 66 - Low, David, Elements of practical agriculture, comprehending the cultivation of plants, the husbandry of the domestic animals, and the economy of the farm.
Página 325 - Howell, George, The conflicts of capital and labour historically and economically considered, being a history and review of the trade unions of Great Britain
Página 447 - Halliday, Sir Andrew, The West Indies: the natural and physical history of the Windward and Leeward Colonies; with some account of the moral, social, and political condition of their inhabitants, immediately before and after the abolition of negro slavery.
Página 42 - Loudon, John Claudius, An encyclopaedia of gardening; comprising the theory and practice of horticulture, floriculture, arboriculture and landscape gardening
Página 42 - Johnson, Cuthbert William, The farmer's encyclopaedia, and dictionary of rural affairs; embracing all the most recent discoveries in agricultural chemistry, adapted to the comprehension of unscientific readers . . . 1842.
Página 421 - Liberty is the right of every human creature, as soon as he breathes the vital air. And no human law can deprive him of that right, which he derives from the law of nature.

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