KENT, Nathaniel. Hints to Gentlemen of Landed Property, London: J. Dodsley, 1775. 8, 10 folding engraved plates (final two leaves bound in upside down), contemporary boards (paper split along front joint), uncut. FIRST EDITION. Fussell II, pp. 101-103: "The book strikes what was a rather new note in polemics on estate management"; Goldsmiths' 11247; Kress 7125; Perkins 927.
CURWEN, John Christian. Hints on Agricultural Subjects, and on the best means of improving the condition of the labouring classes, London: J. Johnson, B. Crosby, 1809. 8, half title, lithographed frontispiece, 4 engraved plates, 4 folding tables (a few light spots), contemporary boards (parts of spine torn away, extremities very rubbed), slip case, uncut. Second edition. Goldsmiths' 19786; Kress B5494; Perkins 441.
With the second edition of John Pettus' St. Foine Improved: A Discourse shewing the utility and benefit which England hath and may receive by the grasse called St. Foine (London, 1674) and Patrick Lindesay's The Interest of Scotland considered, with regard to its police in employing of the poor, its agriculture, its trade... (London, 1736). (4)