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General view of the agriculture of the West Riding of Yorkshire

George Rennie

General view of the agriculture of the West Riding of Yorkshire

with observations on the means of its improvement. By Messrs. Rennie, Broun, and Shirreff. Drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.

by George Rennie

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Published by printed by W. Bulmer and Co. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsShirreff, John, 1759-1818., Brown, Robert, 1757-1831.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination140p.,plate
Number of Pages140
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22361044M

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General view of the agriculture of the West Riding of Yorkshire: with observations on the means of its improvement: Authors: George Rennie, Robert Broun, John Shirreff, Board of Agriculture (Great. General View of the Agriculture of the West Riding of Yorkshire: Surveyed by Messrs Rennie Brown by Robert BROWNPages: General view of the agriculture of the West Riding of Yorkshire: with observations on the means of its improvement.

[George Rennie; Robert Brown; John Shirreff; Board of Agriculture (Great Britain); W. Bulmer and Co.,]. Full text of "General View of the Agriculture of the County of the West Riding of Yorkshire: With Observations. General view of the agriculture of the West Riding of Yorkshire, with observations on the means of its improvement.

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