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The modern improvements in agriculture; containing the principles of tillage and vegetation, and present practice of the most skilful husbandmen, in the Culture of Corn and Pulse, and of the Grasses, Plants, and Roots for feeding Cattle: And a comparative View of their Uses and Advantages, from authentic Experiments made by many ingenious Persons, particularly in Britain and Ireland. Likewise the most approved methods of watering land, Draining, and other valuable Improvements. Illustrated With Copper-Plates, and Descriptions Of Several New Instruments; One a Horse-Hoe invented by the Author, Of very general Use, for hoeing all Grops planted in Rows, with wide for narrow Spaces. By Mr. Forbes.
London: Printed for T. Evans, near York-Buildings, Strand; J. Debrett, opposite Burlington-House, Piccadilly; J. Ogilvy, Holborn; and T. Vernor, St. Michael’s Alley, Cornhill, 1784.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Robert R. Randall||7/5/1791||7/25/1791||Forbes Agriculture|
|Walter Rutherfurd||3/2/1792||3/17/1792||Forbes Agriculture|
|Christian Schultz||8/5/1801||8/13/1801||Forbes' Agriculture|
|Frederick de Peyster||Volume 2||9/30/1801||10/2/1801||Forbes Agriculture|
|Frederick de Peyster||Volume 1||9/30/1801||10/2/1801||Forbes Agriculture|
|James Boyd||10/19/1801||10/24/1801||Forbes Agriculture|