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Nature display'd, a new work, being a miscellany. The Work treats on various Subjects particularly interesting to the Legislature, and People of Property, viz. An Address to the Right Hon. William Pitt, Esq; showing how he may raise Money on Luxury, without oppressing the Public. On the Rise of Provisions, and from what it proceeds. On Emigration, and how to prevent it. On inclosing Commons and waste Lands. On a Dog-Tax, and what it would bring into the Funds. On a good Method to manage Horses in Stables without Litter, as practised in America. On the Author's Travels through America, with Remarks on Gen. Washington, Trade, &c. &c. On a Scheme to dispose of Felons, without Death or Transportation. To which is added, thirteen lectures on natural philosophy, together with poetry, &c. &c. By Charles Varlo, Esq. Author of the Yorkshire Farmer-Political Schemes-Essence of Agriculture-And New System of Husbandry.

  • Varlo, Charles, approximately 1725-approximately 1795.
Date
[1794]
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Miscellany of knowledge

Publication/Creation

London : printed for the author, [1794]

Physical description

[2],320p. ; 80.

References note

ESTC T68049
Goldsmiths', 16174
Sabin, 98635

Languages

  • English


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