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A compleat body of husbandry : containing rules for performing, in the most profitable manner, the whole business of the farmer, and country gentleman in cultivating, planting, and stocking of Land ... : together with the most approved methods of practice in the several branches of husbandry, from sowing the seed, to getting in the crop; and in breeding and preserving cattle, and curing their diseases : to which is annexed, the whole management of the orchard, the brewhouse, and the dairy : compiled from the original papers of the late Thomas Hale Esq. and enlarged by many new and useful communications on practical subjects, from the collections of Col. Stevenson, Mr. Randolph, Mr. Hawkins, Mr. Storey, Mr. Osborne, the Rev. Mr. Turner, and others ... : illustrated with a great number of cuts, containing figures of the instruments of husbandry; of useful and poisonous plants, and various other subjects, engraved from original drawings
Author, ContributorHale, Thomas A. Search Wikipedia for Thomas A. Hale
ImprintLondon : printed for T. Osborne [etc.], 1756-1759
Description2 volumes in 1 ; 43 cm
Providing InstitutionETH-Bibliothek Zürich, Rar 2751
Persistent linkhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-16303 
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