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Minutes of agriculture, made on a farm of 300 acres of various soils, near Croydon, Surry. To which is added, a digest, wherein The Minutes are Systemized and Amplified; and elucidated by drawings of New Implements, a Farm-Yard, &c. The whole being published as a sketch of the actual business of a farm; as Hints to the Inexperienced Agriculturist; as a Check to the Present False Spirit of Farming; and as an overture to scientific agriculture. By Mr. Marshall.
London: P rinted for J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall, 1778.
Not in Collection
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|John G. Leake||1/28/1791||2/1/1791||Marshalls agriculture|
|Samuel Platt Broome||Volume 2||2/2/1791||2/3/1791||Marshalls agriculture|
|William Constable||Volume 2||5/10/1791||4/16/1791||Marshalls agriculture|
|Robert R. Randall||6/20/1791||7/5/1791||Marshalls agriculture|
|Robert R. Livingston||11/29/1791||12/1/1791||Marshalls Agriculture|