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Tibbs, Thomas. The experimental farmer: being strictures on various branches of husbandry and agriculture, drawn from a long series of practice in different parts of Great-Britain; containing observations on planting & preserving young trees, with an approved method of thinning them, to become timber. Likewise, plans for laying-out land, on a five and four field system. Also, a new method to bring the most barren land into cultivation, for meadows and sheep walks. And a variety of other useful information in every branch of this art, absolutely necessary for every person, from the opulent farmer, to the proprietors of small pieces of land. By Thomas Tibbs, farmer. Late land-steward to Lord Grenville: and who as received the sanction and a premium from teh Board of Agriculture.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 13672, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/13672. Accessed 2024-07-20.

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  author={Tibbs,Thomas},
  year={1807},
  title={The experimental farmer: being strictures on various branches of husbandry and agriculture, drawn from a long series of practice in different parts of Great-Britain; containing observations on planting & preserving young trees, with an approved method of thinning them, to become timber. Likewise, plans for laying-out land, on a five and four field system. Also, a new method to bring the most barren land into cultivation, for meadows and sheep walks. And a variety of other useful information in every branch of this art, absolutely necessary for every person, from the opulent farmer, to the proprietors of small pieces of land. By Thomas Tibbs, farmer. Late land-steward to Lord Grenville: and who as received the sanction and a premium from teh Board of Agriculture.},
  publisher={Thomas Ostell \& Ann Kemmish \& },
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