The Gentleman Farmer: Being An Attempt To Improve Agriculture, By Subjecting It To The Test Of Rational Principles. Henry Home, Lord Kames.

The Gentleman Farmer: Being An Attempt To Improve Agriculture, By Subjecting It To The Test Of Rational Principles

Edinburgh: Bell & Bradfute, 1802. Fifth Edition. Hardcover. XXXI, 438 pages. 21.5 x 14 cm. Frontispiece of Lord Kames and three plates. One page of adverts. HENREY Vol.II, p. 620. "Apart from his legal and literary activities he also found time and energy to devote to agriculture. He took in hand the improvement of Kames, the family estate in Berwickshire......" Interior clean, front cover hinge reinforced, early owner signature dated 1842, book label, joint wear, boards rubbed. Contemporary calf and marbled boards. Very good. Item #19427

Price: $225.00

See all items by ,