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A compleat system of experienced improvements, made on sheep, grass-lambs, and house-lambs: or, the country gentleman’s, the grasier’s, the sheep-dealer’s, and the shepherd’s sure guide: in the profitable management of those most serviceable creatures … Shewing, I. How the best of sheep may be bred. ... X. The newest methods of suckling house-lambs, in the greatest perfection. With many other curious and serviceable matters. … whereby the woollen manufacture, and interest of Great Britain, may be more highly improved, than ever it was yet done, by keeping all sorts of sheep and lambs in the greatest health, though they feed all the while on the worst of moorish, or swampy ground; and causing them to yield, in the wettest seasons, a wool, far exceeding in goodness, that of all nations whatsoever. In three books. By William Ellis, of Little Gadderden, in Hertfordshire.
London: Printed for T. Astley; and sold by R. Baldwin, Jun. at the Rose, in Pater-Noster-Row; and E. Nicolson, at the Angel and Bible, in Ludgate-Street , 1749.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Robert R. Randall||8/2/1791||8/8/1791||Ellis on Sheep|