The Principles and Practice of Agriculture, Systematically Explained In Two Volumes: Being a Treatise Compiled for the Fourth Edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, Volume 1 by Consultant and Senior Lecturerin Child Neurology Robert (University of Newcastle and Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Forsyth
  

The Principles and Practice of Agriculture, Systematically Explained In Two Volumes: Being a Treatise Compiled for the Fourth Edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, Volume 1

Written by Consultant and Senior Lecturerin Child Neurology Robert (University of Newcastle and Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Forsyth
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The Principles and Practice of Agriculture, Systematically Explained In Two Volumes: Being a Treatise Compiled for the Fourth Edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, Volume 1 by Consultant and Senior Lecturerin Child Neurology Robert (University of Newcastle and Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Forsyth

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Hardback
654 pages

Author

Consultant and Senior Lecturerin Child Neurology Robert (University of Newcastle and Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Forsyth
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Arkose Press

Publication date

21st October 2015

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9781345085686


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