A Compendium of Modern Husbandry: Principally Written During a Survey of Surrey, Made at the Desire of the Board of Agriculture; Illustrative Also of the Best Practices in the Neighbouring Counties, Kent, Sussex, &c.; in which is Comprised an Analysis of Manures Shewing Their Chemical Contents, and the Proper Application of Them to Soils and Plants of All Descriptions; Also an Essay on Timber Exhibiting a View of the Increasing Scarcity of that Important Article, with Hints on the Means of Counteracting It; Together with a Variety of Miscellaneous Subjects Peculiarly Adapted to the the Present State of the Internal Economy of the Kingdom, Volume 3
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