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238 MEAGER. The Mystery of Husbandry: or, Arable, Pasture, and, Woodland improved . . . By Leonard Meager . . 12mo., old calf 1697 239 NICHOLLS (H. A. A.). Text-Book of Tropical Agriculture. Post 8vo., illustrations; cloth 1892 240 TUSSER. Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry. A New Edition, with Notes, by W. Mavor. 8vo., half calf

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