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Letters, by the Earl of Dundonald, on making bread from potatoes, to the inhabitants of Great Britain; And particularly to the inhabitants of Ireland, who have been the first to cultivate and bring into general use, the invaluable plant or root, called the potatoe.
- Dundonald, Archibald Cochrane, Earl of, 1749?-1831.
- MDCCXCI. 
A treatise on the management of potatoes; or, a new method of removing and preventing the disorder thereof. Called curl'd tops, And restoring them to their Primitive State and Perfection. Wherein the Disorder is considered; I. Its Nature. II. Its Marks and Effects. III. Its Various Causes. IV. Its Cure. With Remarks Upon the Usual Management of Potatoes, with Regard to Setting, Time of Growth, Taking up, Putting into the Pye, &c. &c. Wherein is Considered The Various Errors which are frequently committed in each Particular, And Proper Directions given therein to remove and prevent the Disorder, &c. By William Raley; Student in Physic and Botany, in Barmby upon the Moor, near Pocklington, Yorkshire.
- Raley, William.
- MDCCLXXXII. 
An account of the manner in which potatoes are cultivated and preserved, and the uses to which they are applied in the counties of Lancaster and Chester, together with a description of a new variety of the potatoe, peculiarly convenient for forcing in hot-houses and frames. By H. Kirkpatrick.
- Kirkpatrick, Hezekiah, 1738?-1799.
- MDCCXCVI. 
An Act for repealing so much of an Act, made in the twenty-third year of His late Majesty King George the Second, as relates to the preventing the stealing or destroying of turnips; and for the more effectually preventing the stealing or destroying of turnips, potatoes, cabbages, parsnips, pease, and carrots.
- Great Britain.
Essays in answer to all the queries on the culture of potatoes. By Samuel Hayes, Esq. M.R.I.A. member of the committee of agriculture of the Dublin Society. With memoirs, and remarks, letters, &c. By James Anderson, L.L.D. By Mr. Somerville, of Haddington. By James Crowe, Esq. of Norwich. Thomas King, Esq. of Kingston, county of Wicklow.
- Hayes, Samuel.
- M.DCC.XCVII. 
A generous discovery of many curious and useful medicines and preparations, both in physic, chymistry, cookery, and stiffenry; as a drink for the small pox, A Phosphorus Powder to Light a Pipe with, A Ketchup for Sauce, A Starch from Potatoes. And many others both Profitable and Delightful, hitherto Secrets; now made Publick for the Benefit of Mankind in General. To be had at Mrs. Hey's near the Wax-Candle in St. Andrew's Norwich.
- Hey, Mrs.