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The semi-Virgilian husbandry, deduced from various experiments: or, an essay towards a new course of national farming, formed from The Defects, Losses, and Disappointments, of the Old and New Husbandry, and put on the true Biass of Nature, in the Production of Vegetables, and in the Power of every Ploughman, with his own Ploughs, &c. to execute. With the philosophy of agriculture. Exhibiting, at large, The Nutritive Principles derived from the Atmosphere, in a Rotation of Nature, from their being exhaled, to their Descent into the Pores of the Soil, when duly prepared, for the Purposes of Vegetables. By Mr. Randall, some Time since Master of the Academy at Heath, near Wakefield, Yorkshire.
London: Printed for B. Law, in Ave-Maria Lane; Thomas Field, in Cheapside; and John Wilkie, in St. Paul’s Church-Yard , 1764.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|John G. Leake||10/22/1791||11/10/1791||Randals Gardening|