An Essay on the Origin and Operation of the Dry Rot: With a View to It's Prevention Or Cure. To which are Annexed, Suggestions on the Cultivation of Forest Trees, and an Abstract of the Several Forest Laws, from the Reign of Canute to the Present Time ...
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