Observations upon the important object of preserving wheat and other grain from vermin

Publication Date1796
Remainderwith a safe and efficacious method to prevent the great depredations that are made on those valuable articles. Containing also, some cursory remarks on the national advantage arising from our export corn laws, and proving that the same happy consequences must be derived from the inclosure of our forests, common fields, and waste lands; with a calculation annexed, demonstrating the great savings which may accrue from the use of the patent artificial slate-frames, on hay stacks, by Sir James Wright, Bart. dedicated by permission to His Majesty
PublisherPrinted by Cooper and Graham, Bow Street, Covent Garden. Sold at the Artificial Slate Manufactory, Woodford Bridge, Essex; at Teingmouth House, Devon; at Hawkestone Inn, Salop. And in London, at Mr. Moore's, jeweller, New Street, Covent Garden; at Mr. Vardon's, No. 295, Holborn; and at Mr. Richmond's, Bookseller, No. 123, Jermyn Street, St. James's, where Specimens of the Artificial Slate, the Pipes, Models of the Safe-Guards for Corn-Stacks, and Pendant Frames, may be seen


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