City Readers Digital Historic Collections at the New York Society Library
The farmer’s letters to the people of England: containing the sentiments of a practical husbandman, on various subjects of great importance: particularly the exportation of corn. The balance of agriculture and manufactures. The present state of husbandry. The circumstances attending large and small farms. The present state of the poor. The price of provisions. The proceedings of the society for the encouragement of arts, &c. The importance of timber and planting. Emigrations to the colonies. The means of promoting the agriculture and population of Great Britain, &c., &c. To which are added, Sylvæ: or occasional tracts on husbandry and rural œconomics.
London: Printed for W. Strahan; W. Nicoll, No. 51, in St. Paul’s Church-Yard; T. Cadell, in the Strand; B. Collins, Salisbury; and J. Balfour, Edinburgh , 1771.
Not in Collection
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|John Parsons||Volume 1||7/3/1800||7/5/1800||Le Corn|
|James Parsons||Volume 2||7/3/1800||7/5/1800||Le Corn|
|Peter R. Livingston||Volume 1||4/2/1801||4/13/1801||Le Com|
|Peter R. Livingston||Volume 2||4/2/1801||4/13/1801||Le Com|
|James Watson||Volume 1||6/25/1804||7/10/1804||Le Corn|
|James Watson||Volume 2||6/25/1804||7/10/1804||Le Corn|
|James Hewitt||Volume 1||9/10/1804||9/10/1804||Le Corn|
|William Coit||Volume 1||12/26/1805||Le Corn|
|William Coit||Volume 2||12/26/1805||Le Corn|