2 edition of agricultural state of the kingdom, 1816 found in the catalog.
agricultural state of the kingdom, 1816
Great Britain. Board of Agriculture.
by Adams and Dart
Written in English
|Statement||with an introduction by G.E. Mingay.|
|Series||Documents of social history|
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Sir John Sinclair, Bart. the President, Volume 5.