A lecture, on institutions for the better education of the farming classes,
especially with reference to the proposed agricultural college near Cirencester, with some remarks on experimental farms, and on the class of inquiries for which they are more particularly designed, delivered at the Botanic Garden, Oxford, on Teusday, May 14, 1844.
By Charles Daubeny, M.D., F.R.S., &c. Honorary member of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, and professor of Rural Economy at the University of Oxford.
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Oxford, London, Printed by Thomas Combe, Printer to the University. Sold by John Henry Parker; MDCCCXLIV.
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