An essay on the improvement to be made in the cultivation of small farms by the introduction of green crops, and house-feeding the stock thereon.
originally published in an address to the small farmers on the estates of the Earl of Gosford and Colonel Close, in the County of Armagh. With a preface, addressed to landlords, giving full information to those who may be inclined to adopt the plan recommended, as to the best mode of introducing it, and the results attending its introduction, together, with the expenses likely to be incurred thereby /
By William Blacker, Esq.
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Dublin : London ; Edinburgh W. Curry, Jun. and Co. Sackville-Street. London: R. Groombridge, Panyer-Alley, Paternoster Row. Edinburgh: Blackwood and Sons. And all other Booksellers, 1845 ;
Edition statement at head of titlepage. - With a list of errata and a list of works by the author on the back cover.
Reproduction of original in British Library, London.
Physical description: 122,  p. ; 8p0s.
Citations/References: G-K NSTC 2B36091
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