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The farmer’s guide in hiring and stocking farms. Containing an examination of many subjects of great importance both to the common husbandman, in hiring a Farm; and to a gentlemen on taking the Whole or Part of his Estate into his own Hands. Particularly, The Signs whereby to judge of Land. The Points to be attended to in hiring a Farm. The Quantity of Land of every Sort proportioned to a given Sum of Money. The most advantageous Method of disposing of any Sum from 50 l. to 20,000 l. in Husbandry on cultivated or uncultivated Soils. The Means of rendering Agriculture as profitable to Gentlemen, as to common Farmers; and as beneficial a Profession as any other. Hints to those Gentlemen who farm for Pleasure alone. Also, plans of farm-yards, and sections of the necessary buildings. In two volumes. By the author of the Farmer’s letters. ...

London: Printed for W. Strahan; W. Nicoll, No 51. in St. Paul’s Church-Yard; B. Collins, at Salisbury; and J. Balfour, at Edinburgh., 1770.
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The farmer’s guide in hiring and stocking farms. Containing an examination of many subjects of great importance both to the common husbandman, in hiring a Farm; and to a gentlemen on taking the Whole or Part of his Estate into his own Hands. Particularly, The Signs whereby to judge of Land. The Points to be attended to in hiring a Farm. The Quantity of Land of every Sort proportioned to a given Sum of Money. The most advantageous Method of disposing of any Sum from 50 l. to 20,000 l. in Husbandry on cultivated or uncultivated Soils. The Means of rendering Agriculture as profitable to Gentlemen, as to common Farmers; and as beneficial a Profession as any other. Hints to those Gentlemen who farm for Pleasure alone. Also, plans of farm-yards, and sections of the necessary buildings. In two volumes. By the author of the Farmer’s letters. ... Library Average
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Borrower Name Volume Date Out Date In Fine Transcribed
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John Lylburn5/7/18025/18/1802Farmers Guide
William EdgarVolume 26/30/18027/10/1802Farmers
William EdgarVolume 16/30/18027/10/1802Farmers
William T. RobinsonVolume 21/29/18032/10/1803Farmers
William T. RobinsonVolume 11/29/18032/10/1803Farmers
James BruenVolume 22/12/18032/26/1803Farmers
James BruenVolume 12/12/18032/26/1803Farmers
George LorillardVolume 23/9/18033/17/1803Farmers
George LorillardVolume 13/9/18033/17/1803Farmers
Walter RutherfordVolume 25/31/18036/2/1803Farmers
Walter RutherfordVolume 15/31/18036/2/1803Farmers
Gillian CornellVolume 26/3/18036/10/1803Farmers
Gillian CornellVolume 16/3/18036/10/1803Farmers
William Rhinelander, Jr.Volume 27/22/18038/11/1803Farmers Guide
William Rhinelander, Jr.Volume 17/22/18038/11/1803Farmers Guide
Matthew DanielVolume 28/5/18038/15/1803Farmers
Matthew DanielVolume 18/5/18038/15/1803Farmers
William Rhinelander, Jr.Volume 28/11/18038/15/1803Farmer's Guide
William Rhinelander, Jr.Volume 18/11/18038/15/1803Farmer's Guide
Matthew DanielVolume 28/15/18038/15/1803"
Matthew DanielVolume 18/15/18038/15/1803"
Gillian CornellVolume 24/7/18044/14/1804Farmers
Gillian CornellVolume 14/7/18044/14/1804Farmers
Anna LockmanVolume 25/3/18045/17/1804Farmers
Anna LockmanVolume 15/3/18045/17/1804Farmers
Elijah FerrisVolume 25/17/18045/19/1804Farmers
Elijah FerrisVolume 15/17/18045/19/1804Farmers
Samuel KingVolume 25/19/18045/28/1804Farmers
Samuel KingVolume 15/19/18045/28/1804Farmers
Robert LenoxVolume 22/4/18052/4/1805Farmers
Robert LenoxVolume 12/4/18052/4/1805Farmers
James DavidsonVolume 22/5/18052/15/1805Farmers
James DavidsonVolume 12/5/18052/15/1805Farmers
Daniel LudlowVolume 23/19/18053/19/1805Farmers
Daniel LudlowVolume 13/19/18053/19/1805Farmers
Peter KettletasVolume 24/11/18054/16/1805Farmers
Peter KettletasVolume 14/11/18054/16/1805Farmers
Thomas JonesVolume 26/19/18056/19/1805Farmers
Thomas JonesVolume 16/19/18056/19/1805Farmers
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