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Context of The whole art of husbandry; or, The way of managing and improving of land. : Being a complete collection of what has been written on the subject, either by ancient or modern authors: with many additions of new experiments and improvements not treated of by others. Also giving an account of the particular sorts of husbandry used in several counties, with proposals for its farther improvement. To which is added, The country-man's kalendar, directing what he is to do every month in the year. By J. Mortimer, Esq; F.R.S. The sixth edition, with large additions, left by the author in manuscript, and other improvements. The whole revised, and carefully corrected, by the editor, Tho. Mortimer, the author's grandson. In two volumes
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