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The essence of agriculture, being a regular system of husbandry, through all its branches; suited to the climate and lands of Ireland. A Table delineated that 150 Acres will clear yearly Four Hundred and Two Pounds sterling; With the author's twelve months tour thro' America: likewise How to raise the valuable Crops; of Tobacco, India-Corn, and Siberian Barley. On Flax, Hemp, Rape and all Grass-Seeds, &c. &c. With an address to the legislature and gentlemen of Ireland. How to levy taxes on luxury, provide for the Poor, &c. &c. &c. In two books, bound in one volume. By C? Varlo, Esq;
- Varlo, Charles, approximately 1725-approximately 1795.
- M,DCC,LXXXVI. 
The New-England farmer; or, Georgical dictionary: containing a compendious account of the ways and methods in which the most important art of husbandry, in all its various branches, is, or may be, practised to the greatest advantage in this country. By Samuel Deane, A.M. Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. [Three lines from Virgil]
- Deane, Samuel, 1733-1814.
- MDCCXC.