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Morris, D[aniel], et al.
14 pamphlets on Jamaican agriculture
[Kingston and London, 1897. 14 pamphlets and offprints, totaling 716 pages, primarily on agriculture and horticulture. The majority of titles are written by Sir Daniel Morris. The book comes from his library, with his bookplate on the pastedown, and a hand written table of contents on the flyleaf. Purple pebbled cloth, gilt title on spine (this was vol. XXXIV of a set of books bound for Morris); spine head chipped, boards sunned, text clean with page numbers penciled in and red checks on title pages. The titles included are as follows: Morris. The vegetable resources of the West Indies. An address delivered before the London Chamber of Commerce 17th March, 1888. London: S. W. Silver & Co., 1888. Pp. 30. Morris. Fruit as a factor in colonial commerce [drop title]. A paper read . before the Royal Colonial Institute, 8th February, 1887. [London: The Anglo-Continental Guano Works, 1887]. Pp. 31, [1]. Cork, Rev. Josias. Lecture II. Delivered at the Town Hall, Kingston, on the 8th Feburary 1881, subject: root food growth in Jamaica. Kingston: Geo. Henderson & Co., 1881. Pp. 16. Morris. Lecture III. By D, Morris, M. A., F. G. S., Director of public gardens and plantations, delivered at the Town Hall, Kingston, on the 17th May, 1881, subject: some objects of productive industry. Kingston: Geo. Henderson & Co. 1881. Pp. 34, [8]. Espeut, W. Bancroft. Lecture IV. Delivered at the Town Hall, Kingston, on 8th March, 1881, subject: the timbers of Jamaica. Kingston: Geo. Henderson & Co., 1881. Pp. 24. Morris. Institute of Jamaica. Popular lectures. Third series. Some objects of productive … [Click Below for Full Description]
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