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CONTENTS The Property of a North Country Gentleman Lots 1 - 18 The Property of the Estcourt Settled Estate 19 - 53 Travel, Topography and Architecture 54 - 89 Maps and Atlases 90 - 108 Natural History and Science 109 - 142 The Property of a Clockmaker 143 - 174 Art Reference and Bibliography 175 - 187 Books printed before 1800 188 - 211 Books printed after 1800 212 - 233 The Property of a North Country Gentleman
[AGRICULTURE] RICHARDS, John. The Gentleman's Steward and Tenants of Manors Instructed. Containing rational, easy, and familiar rules and tables for finding the value of estates ...., London: for John Senex and William Innys, 1730, 8° in 4's, FIRST EDITION, folding engraved plate, with half title (plate and preliminaries dampstained, half title soiled), stitched, uncut. [Goldsmiths' 6747] -- John POINTER. A Rational Account of the Weather shewing the signs of its several changes and alterations, together with the philosophical reasons ... second edition, London: for Aaron Ward, 1738, 8° in 4's, half title (slight soiling at beginning and end), contemporary blue wrappers (frayed) -- The best and most approved method of curing white-herrings and all kinds of white-fish ... by a trader in fish, London: for Joseph Davidson, 1750, 8°, FIRST EDITION, with final advertisement leaf (small hole in title, corners dog-eared), stitched. [Kress 5011] -- William ALLEN. The Landlord's Companion; or, ways and means to raise the value of land, London: for T. Astley, 1742, 8°, half title, stitched [first published in 1736, cf. Kress 4250; Perkins 37] -- A New System of Agriculture; or, a plain, easy and demonstrative method of speedily growing rich ... by a country gentleman, London: for A. Millar, 1755, 8°, FIRST EDITION, contemprary blue wrappers (worn), uncut. [Goldsmiths' 9008; Kress 5459; Perkins 1269] With the second edition of Francis Home's The Principles of Agriculture and Vegetation (London, 1759). (6)

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[AGRICULTURE] RICHARDS, John. The Gentleman's Steward and Tenants of Manors Instructed. Containing rational, easy, and familiar rules and tables for finding the value of estates ...., London: for John Senex and William Innys, 1730, 8° in 4's, FIRST EDITION, folding engraved plate, with half title (plate and preliminaries dampstained, half title soiled), stitched, uncut. [Goldsmiths' 6747] -- John POINTER. A Rational Account of the Weather shewing the signs of its several changes and alterations, together with the philosophical reasons ... second edition, London: for Aaron Ward, 1738, 8° in 4's, half title (slight soiling at beginning and end), contemporary blue wrappers (frayed) -- The best and most approved method of curing white-herrings and all kinds of white-fish ... by a trader in fish, London: for Joseph Davidson, 1750, 8°, FIRST EDITION, with final advertisement leaf (small hole in title, corners dog-eared), stitched. [Kress 5011] -- William ALLEN. The Landlord's Companion; or, ways and means to raise the value of land, London: for T. Astley, 1742, 8°, half title, stitched [first published in 1736, cf. Kress 4250; Perkins 37] -- A New System of Agriculture; or, a plain, easy and demonstrative method of speedily growing rich ... by a country gentleman, London: for A. Millar, 1755, 8°, FIRST EDITION, contemprary blue wrappers (worn), uncut. [Goldsmiths' 9008; Kress 5459; Perkins 1269] With the second edition of Francis Home's The Principles of Agriculture and Vegetation (London, 1759). (6)
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Ra. Ward, contemporary ownership inscription to titles.
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