The Resource Observations on the influence of soil and climate upon wool; from which is deduced, a certain and easy method of improving the quality of English clothing wools, and preserving the health of sheep, with hints for the management of sheep after shearing : an inquiry into the structure, growth, and formation of wool and hair; and remarks on the means by which the Spanish breed of sheep may be made to preserve the best qualitites of its fleece unchanged in different climates, by Robert Bakewell ; with occasional notes and remarks by the Right Hon. Lord Somerville

Observations on the influence of soil and climate upon wool; from which is deduced, a certain and easy method of improving the quality of English clothing wools, and preserving the health of sheep, with hints for the management of sheep after shearing : an inquiry into the structure, growth, and formation of wool and hair; and remarks on the means by which the Spanish breed of sheep may be made to preserve the best qualitites of its fleece unchanged in different climates, by Robert Bakewell ; with occasional notes and remarks by the Right Hon. Lord Somerville

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Observations on the influence of soil and climate upon wool; from which is deduced, a certain and easy method of improving the quality of English clothing wools, and preserving the health of sheep, with hints for the management of sheep after shearing : an inquiry into the structure, growth, and formation of wool and hair; and remarks on the means by which the Spanish breed of sheep may be made to preserve the best qualitites of its fleece unchanged in different climates
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Observations on the influence of soil and climate upon wool; from which is deduced, a certain and easy method of improving the quality of English clothing wools, and preserving the health of sheep, with hints for the management of sheep after shearing
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an inquiry into the structure, growth, and formation of wool and hair; and remarks on the means by which the Spanish breed of sheep may be made to preserve the best qualitites of its fleece unchanged in different climates
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by Robert Bakewell ; with occasional notes and remarks by the Right Hon. Lord Somerville
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Observation on wool
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eng
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1768-1843
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Bakewell, Robert
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non fiction
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1765-1819
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Somerville, John Southey Somerville
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  • Wool
  • Wool
  • Sheep
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Observations on the influence of soil and climate upon wool; from which is deduced, a certain and easy method of improving the quality of English clothing wools, and preserving the health of sheep, with hints for the management of sheep after shearing : an inquiry into the structure, growth, and formation of wool and hair; and remarks on the means by which the Spanish breed of sheep may be made to preserve the best qualitites of its fleece unchanged in different climates, by Robert Bakewell ; with occasional notes and remarks by the Right Hon. Lord Somerville
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ocm03962621
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22 cm
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ix, 157 p.
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Binding: Rebound in dark blue-green buckram; spine title is impressed gold; single impressed gold band at head and foot of spine; sewn; front and back end-papers have acid migration; paper hand-made; edges have red spot finish; t.p. verso: "Printed by B. McMillan, Bow Street, Covent Garden; t.p. has Bakewell underlined in pencil and "on wool" in pencil; bottom verso of front cover has label for W. Heffer & Sons, booksellers, Cambridge, England
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Observations on the influence of soil and climate upon wool; from which is deduced, a certain and easy method of improving the quality of English clothing wools, and preserving the health of sheep, with hints for the management of sheep after shearing : an inquiry into the structure, growth, and formation of wool and hair; and remarks on the means by which the Spanish breed of sheep may be made to preserve the best qualitites of its fleece unchanged in different climates, by Robert Bakewell ; with occasional notes and remarks by the Right Hon. Lord Somerville
Publication
Control code
ocm03962621
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
ix, 157 p.
Note
Binding: Rebound in dark blue-green buckram; spine title is impressed gold; single impressed gold band at head and foot of spine; sewn; front and back end-papers have acid migration; paper hand-made; edges have red spot finish; t.p. verso: "Printed by B. McMillan, Bow Street, Covent Garden; t.p. has Bakewell underlined in pencil and "on wool" in pencil; bottom verso of front cover has label for W. Heffer & Sons, booksellers, Cambridge, England
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