Essays on miscellaneous subjects / by Sir John Sinclair Sinclair, John Sir, 1754-1835

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Sinclair, John Sir, 1754-1835
Agriculture - Great Britain.; Agricultural laws and legislation - Scotland.; Agriculture - Scotland.
  • I. Observations of the nature and advantages of statistical inquiries
  • II. Observations on the means of enabling a cottager to keep a cow
  • III. Hints as to the advantages of old pastures
  • IV. Hints regarding cattle
  • V. On the improvement of British wool
  • VI. Address to the Board of Agriculture
  • VII. Substance of a speech in a committee of the whole House
  • VIII. Hints regarding certain measures calculated to improve an extensive property
  • IX. Account of the origin of the Board of Agriculture
  • X. Proposals for establishing by subscription a new institution to be called the Plough
  • XI. Letter to the proprietor of an extensive property
  • XII. On longevity.
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