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The farmer’s tour through the East of England. Being the register of a journey through various counties of this Kingdom, to enquire into the state of agriculture, &c. Containing, I. The particular Methods of cultivating the Soil. II. The Conduct of live Stock, and the modern System of Breeding. III. The State of Population, the Poor, Labour, Provisions, &c. IV. The Rental and Value of the Soil, and its Division into Farms, with various Circumstances attending their Size and State. V. The Minutes of above five hundred original Experiments, communicated by several of the Nobility, Gentry, &c. With Other Subjects that tend to explain the present State of English Husbandry. By the author of the Farmer’s letters, and the Tours through the North and South of England. In Four Volumes. ...

London: Printed for W. Strahan; W. Nicoll, No. 51. St, Paul’s Church-Yard; B. Collins, at Salisbury; and J. Balfour, 1771.
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The farmer’s tour through the East of England. Being the register of a journey through various counties of this Kingdom, to enquire into the state of agriculture, &c. Containing, I. The particular Methods of cultivating the Soil. II. The Conduct of live Stock, and the modern System of Breeding. III. The State of Population, the Poor, Labour, Provisions, &c. IV. The Rental and Value of the Soil, and its Division into Farms, with various Circumstances attending their Size and State. V. The Minutes of above five hundred original Experiments, communicated by several of the Nobility, Gentry, &c. With Other Subjects that tend to explain the present State of English Husbandry. By the author of the Farmer’s letters, and the Tours through the North and South of England. In Four Volumes. ... Library Average
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William ConstableVolume 16/21/17918/18/1791Youngs east tour
William ConstableVolume 28/20/17919/6/1791"
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William ConstableVolume 49/19/179110/12/1791"
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