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Author: Claridge, John ; Ellis, William.
Title: The Shepherd of Banbury's Rules to Judge the Changes of the Weather. ; The Practical Farmer; or the Hertfordshire Husbandman Part I and Part II; The Timber-Tree Improved.Part I and II [3 Works Bound Into One]
Price: 403.00 including postage and packing within the UK. Overseas postage extra.
Edition: 1st Edition.
Publishers: W.Bickerton 1741
Hard cover in good condition no dust-wrapper.
Description: Hardback, no dust-wrapper. 3 works bound into one: 1st work - John Claridge, The Shepherd of Banbury's Rules to judge of the Changes of the Weather, Grounded on Forty Years of Experience, Printed for W. Bickerton, London, 1744, viii, 64pp, facsimile titlepage. 2nd work - William Ellis, The Practical Farmer; or, the Hertfordshire Husbandman, Part I - 4th edition 1742, Part II - 2nd edition 1741, Printed for T. Astley, London, pp. iv, 171, 4, 228, (8). 3rd work - William Ellis, The Timber-Tree Improved: or, the Best Practical Methods of Improving Different Lands with Proper Timber, Part I - 3rd edition 1742, Part II - 1st edition 1742, Printed for and sold by T. Osborne, London, pp. vi, 110, viii, 207. 20cm x 13cm. Boards rubbed. Spine worn. Corners slightly bumped. Inner hinges split. Annotations to front pastedown. Occasional pencil marking or annotating to text.
Book Reference: 92418

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