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Author Title Year Price
[ALLARDICE (Robert Barclay)]
Agricultural Tour in the United States and Upper Canada, with miscellaneous notices. By Captain Barclay of Ury.
1842 £175.00
[BURKE (John French)]
Cottage Economy and Cookery, from Essays Submitted to the Royal English Agricultural Society.
1843 £35.00
[HARTE (Walter)]
Essays on Husbandry. Essay I. A General Introduction; shewing that Agriculture is the Basis and Support of all flourishing Communities; - the antient and present State of that useful Art; - Agriculture, Manufactures, Trade, and Commerce justly harmonised; .... and possible Improvements in English Husbandry. Essay II. An Account of some Experiments tending to improve the Culture of Lucerne by Transplantation; .... From whence it appears, that Lucerne is an Article of great Importance in English Husbandry.
1770 £220.00
[SINCLAIR (Sir John)]
Hints Respecting the Culture and the use of Potatoes.
1795 £325.00
[WEBBER (Samuel)]
A Short Account of the State of our Woollen Manufacturies, from the Peace of Ryswick to this Time. Shewing, their Former Flourishing, and their Present Ruinous Condition; and that they always flourished when France could not get our Wool, but declined in Proportion to the Quantities of Wool Exported to them. To which is added an Effectual Scheme to prevent the Exportation of our Wool, by an Universal Registry.
1739 £245.00
[YOUNG (Arthur)]
General View of the Agriculture of the County of Lincoln; Drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.
1799 £150.00
ABERDEEN FARMER'S POCKET COMPANION.
The Aberdeen Farmer's Pocket Companion: or, a New Prognostication, Improved and Enlarged. For the Year of our Lord 1799 [1800; 1801; 1802; 1806; 1808]; Being the third after Leap-Year. Containing, A Chronological Table of remarkable events—Vulgar notes—Feasts and Fasts—Eclipses—Rising and setting of the sun—Length of the days and nights—Age and changes of the moon—Disposition of the weather—The whole known Fairs in Scotland—Royal Navy of Great Britain—Royal Family.
1799 £575.00
AGRICULTURE.
Catalogue of the Walter Frank Perkins Agricultural Library.
1961 £38.00
AGRICULTURE.
Catalogue of the Walter Frank Perkins Agricultural Library.
1961 £38.00
AGRICULTURE.
A Dissertation on the Nature of Soils, and the Properties of Manure: to which is added, the Method of making a Universal Compost, to supply the place of Dung, where that useful and necessary article cannot be obtained: the whole forming a body of intelligence calculated to establish facts that may be applied for the benefit of Mankind. London: Sold by Ridgway. 1828. First Edition, vii,[v],141,[1]pp., possibly lacking half-title, small ink splash to title, disbound. [Sold with:] An Appendix to the Dissertation on the Nature of Soils... This appendix forms a synopsis of the science of agriculture, practically delineated; pointing out the necessary things to be taken into consideration in the management of a farm.
1830 £125.00
AGRICULTURE.
Rothamsted Experimental Station Library. Catalogue of the Printed Books on Agriculture Published Between 1471 and 1840. With Notes on the Authors by Mary S. Aslin.
2002 £45.00
AINSLE (Robert)
Memoir on the Fiorin Grass. With a prefatory letter on the subject from William Douglas esq. of Almorness, Advocate, addressed to the conductor of the Farmer's Magazine, as published in that Magazine of March 1812.
1812 £65.00
AITON (William)
A Treatise on the Origin, Qualities, and Cultivation of Moss-Earth.
1805 £200.00
ALLOTMENTS FOR THE POOR.
Agricultural Distress. An address to the nobility and landed proprietors of Great Britain and Ireland, by a London merchant; on the distressed state of the agricultural population and the baneful effects of absenteeism: in which the benefits arising from small allotments of land being let to the labouring and industrious poor, bestowing upon them permanent and lasting comforts, are displayed, as exhibited on the estates of Sir Gerard Noel Noel, Bart., M.P. for Rutlandshire, under the direction and superintendence of Richard Westbrook Baker, Esq., of Cottesmore : to which is added an appendix, showing the progress made in the small allotment system, in copious extracts from facts and illustrations of the Labourers' Friend Society, patronized by Their Majesties.
1834 £195.00
ALNWICK FARM AUCTION.
To be Sold by Auction, for Ready Money, By virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias directed to the Sheriff of Northumberland, (Mr. D. Busby, Auctioneer), at the Firth Farm, near Alnwick, on Monday, January the 16th, 1832, all the Farming Stock and Implements of Husbandry, Belonging to Mr. Robert Swan...
1832 £45.00
AMOS (William)
Minutes in Agriculture and Planting. On the structure and component principles of vegetables. II. On the culture and use of nine of the best artificial, and of eight of the best natural grasses... III. On the construction and use of a sward dresser. IV. On the construction and use of a thistle cutter. V. On the construction and use of a compound roller... VI. On the construction and use of a tree-transplanter, for removing and planting large trees. VII. On the construction and use of a scuffle. VIII. On the construction and use of a couch grass drag. IX. On the construction and use of a couch grass rake. Illustrated with specimens of eight sorts of the best, and two sorts of the worst natural grasses, and with accurate drawings and descriptions of the above practical machines, on seven copper plates, whereby every farmer will be made perfectly acquainted with the best natural and artificial grasses, and not only be made acquainted with the use of, but also be enabled to construct the above machines.
1804 £750.00
BAILEY (J.) & CULLEY (G.)
General View of the Agriculture of the County of Northumberland; with observations on the means of its improvement. Drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.
1813 £110.00
BANKS (Sir Joseph)
A Short Account of the Cause of the Disease in Corn, Called by Farmers the Blight, the Mildew, and the Rust.
1805 £225.00
BATCHELOR (Thomas)
General View of the Agriculture of the County of Bedford. Drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.
1808 £195.00
BELL (F. Dillon) and YOUNG (Frederick jun.)
Reasons for promoting the cultivation of the New Zealand Flax.
1842 £50.00
BILLINGSLEY (John)
General View of the Agriculture of the County of Somerset, With observations on the means of its improvement. Drawn up in the tear 1795, for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.
1798 £125.00
BLACKER (William)
An Essay of the Improvement to be made in the Cultivation of Small Farms by the Introduction of Green Crops, and Housefeeding the Stock thereon...
1837 £50.00
BOALCH (D. H.)
Prints and Paintings of British Farm Livestock 1780-1910. A Record of the Rothamsted Collection. With an Historical Sketch of the Development of British Farm Livestock Breeds as Represented in the Collection By John Hammond.
1958 £40.00
BROWN (Robert)
General View of the Agriculture of the West Riding of Yorkshire. Surveyed by Messrs Rennie, Brown, & Shirreff, 1793. With Observations on the Means of its Improvement, and Additional Information since received. Drawn up for the Consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.
1799 £110.00
BUXTON (Richard)
A Botanical Guide to the Flowering Plants, Ferns, Mosses, And Algae, Found Indigenous Within Sixteen Miles Of Manchester; With Some Information As To Their Agricultural, Medicinal, and Other Uses. Buxton's Botanical Guide.
1849 £35.00

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