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Experimental Agriculture. Being the Results of Past, and

Suggestions for Future, Experiments in Scientific and Practical Agriculture.

8s. Elements of Agricultural Chemistry and Geology. Eighth

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Instructions for the Analysis of Soils.

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An Inquiry into the Nature and Cause of the Prevailing

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View of the Salmon-Fishery of Scotland. With Observa

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On the Management of Bees. By Dr Mackenzie, Eileanach.

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The Chemistry of Vegetable and Animal Physiology. By

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The Grasses of Britain. Illustrated by 140 Figures, Drawn

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The Relative Value of Round and Sawn Timber, shown Dairy Management and Feeding of Milch Cows: Being the

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Italian Irrigation: A Report addressed to the Hon. the

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The Architecture of the Farm : A Series of Designs for

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The Yester Deep Land-Culture : Being a Detailed Account

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A Manual of Practical Draining. By Henry

By Henry Stephens,

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A Catechism of Practical Agriculture. By Henry Stephens,

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A Handy Book on Property Law. By Lord St Leonards.

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The Practical Irrigator and Drainer. By George Stephens.

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The Planter's Guide. By Sir Henry Stewart. A New

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Stable Economy: A Treatise on the Management of Horses.

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Advice to Purchasers of Horses. By John Stewart, V.S.

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Agricultural Labourers, as they Were, Are, and should be,

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A Practical Treatise on the Cultivation of the Grape

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Salmon-Casts and Stray Shots : Being Fly-Leaves from the

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The Chemistry of Common Life. By Professor J. F. W.

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Introductory Text-Book of Physical Geography. By

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Introductory Text-Book of Geology. By David Page, F.G.S.

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Handbook of Geological Terms, Geology, and Physical Geo

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The Past and Present Life of the Globe : Being a Sketch

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The Geology of Pennsylvania : A Government Survey ;

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Introduction to Meteorology. By David P. Thomson, M.D.

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Fortification : For the Use of Officers in the Army, and

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