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Rural oeconomy: or, essays on the practical parts of husbandry. Designed to explain several of the most important Methods of conducting Farms of various Kinds; including many useful Hints to Gentlemen Farmers relative to the oeconomical Management of their Business. Containing, among other Enquiries, Of that Proportioned Farm, which is of all others the most profitable. Of the best Method of conducting Farms that consist all of Grass, or all of Arable Land. Of the Means of keeping the Year round the most Cattle on a given Quantity of Land. Considerations on the Oeconomical Conduct of Gentlemen Farmers. Of the cheapest Way of manuring Land. Of the Comparative Profit of Farming different Soils. Of the New Husbandry. Of Periodical Publications concerning Rural Oeconomics. To which is added, The rural Socrates: being memoirs of a country philosopher. By the author of The farmer’s letters.
London: Printed for T. Becket, in the Strand, 1770.
Not in Collection
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|William Constable||4/13/1791||4/16/1791||Youngs Rural Economy|
|Robert R. Randall||6/8/1791||7/5/1791||Youngs Rural Economy|
|John G. Leake||4/3/1792||4/20/1792||Youngs Rural Economy|
|Dominick Lynch||2/7/1801||2/12/1801||Young's R Economy|
|Thomas Cadle||2/28/1802||3/10/1802||Young's R Economy|