On Horticulture, Landscape Gardening, Rural Architecture,
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The Principles, Processes and Effects of Draining Land, with Stones, Wood, Drain-plows, Open Ditches, and especially with files; including Tables of Rainfall, Evaporation, Filtration, Excavation, capacity of Pipes, cost and number to the acre. With more than 100 illustrations. By the Hon. Henry F. French, of New Hampshire.
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The Pear Garden; or, a Treatise on the Propagation and
Cultivation of the Pear Tree, with Instructions for its Management from the Seedling to the Bearing Tree. By Thomas W. Field.
A Treatise on the Artificial Propagation of Fish, and the
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A Practical Treatise on Grasses and Forage Plants; Comprising their Natural History, Comparative Nutritive Value, Methods of Cultivation, Cutting, Curing and the Management of Grass Lands. By Charles L. Flint, A. M., Secretary of the Mass. State Board of Agriculture.
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How to Breed a Horse. How to Physio a Horse.
How to Buy a Horse. (Allopathy and Homoeopathy
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How to Feed a Horse. How to Ride a Horse.
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Lectures on the Application of Chemistry and Geology to
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By James F. W. Johnston, Honorary Member of the Royal
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