Catalog Record: Observations on laying out farms, in the Scotch style, adapted to England : comprising an account of the introduction of the Berwickshire husbandry into Middlesex and Oxfordshire : with remarks on the importance of this system to the general improvement of landed property : illustrated by forty plates, descriptive of farm buildings, rural improvements, &c. &c. recently executed | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Observations on laying out farms, in the Scotch style, adapted to England : comprising an account of the introduction of the Berwickshire husbandry into Middlesex and Oxfordshire : with remarks on the importance of this system to the general improvement of landed property : illustrated by forty plates, descriptive of farm buildings, rural improvements, &c. &c. recently executed / vy J.C. Loudon, F.L.-S.

Main Author: Loudon, J. C. 1783-1843.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed for John Harding, 1812.
Subjects: Agriculture > England > England.
Farm buildings > England.
Agriculture > Economic aspects > England.
Aquatints > England > 19th century.
Hand coloring > England > 19th century.
Note: Illustrations: 40 illustrations on 38 plates, including 10 hand-colored aquatints.
Physical Description: 105 p., [38] leaves of plates (4 folded) : col. ill. ; 38 cm.
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