general view of the agriculture of the county of Leicester

with observations on the means of its improvement by Great Britain. Board of Agriculture.

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  • Agriculture -- England -- Leicestershire.,
  • Agriculture -- England -- Rutland.,
  • Leicestershire (England) -- Economic conditions.,
  • Rutland (England) -- Economic conditions.
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    Statementpublished by order of the Board of Agriculture. By William Pitt. To which is annexed a survey of the county of Rutland, by Richard Parkinson.
    ContributionsPitt, William, 1749-1823., Parkinson, Richard, 1748-1815.
    LC ClassificationsS453
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 401, (12), vii, 187, (1) p. :
    Number of Pages401
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18759731M
    LC Control Number12006466

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[John Monk; John Nichols, (Printer); Board of Agriculture (Great Britain)]. A General View of the Agriculture of the County of Leicester; with Observations on the Means of Its Improvement, Published by Order of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.

By William Pitt of Wolverhampton. To which is Annexed a Survey of the County of Rutland by Richard Parkinson Item Preview. Get this from a library. General view of the agriculture of the county of Leicester: with observations on the means of its improvement.

[William Pitt; Board of Agriculture (Great Britain)]. Page - U not probably a county in the kingdom that has made equal exertions in this very important work of draining.

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