Practical domestic politics;
being a comparative and prospective sketch of the agriculture and population of Great Britain and Ireland; including some suggestions on the practicability and expediency of draining and cultivating the bogs of Ireland, And thereby to afford Employment to the numerous Poor of that Country, and to Provide Corn for the increasing Population of the United Kingdom. Humbly addressed to the serious consideration of the legislature.
By Richard Griffith, M.R.I.A.
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London, printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1819.
Physical description: [1 v.]
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