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Laurence, Edward
The Duty of A Steward to his Lord. Represented under Several Plain and Distinct Articles; wherein may be seen the Indirect Practices of several Stewards, tending to Lessen, and the several Methods likely to Improve their Lords Estates. To which is added an Appendix, Shewing The Way to Plenty, Proposed to the Farmers; wherein are laid down general Rules and Directions for the Management and Improvement of a Farm. Both Design'd originally for the Use of several Stewards and Tenants of His Grace the Duke of Buckingham, and Now Improv'd and publish'd for the general Use and Interest of All the Nobility and Gentry throughout England.
London: Printed for John Shuckburgh, at the Sun between the two Temple-Gates in Fleet-street. 1727. 1st Edition. 4to., 25 cm.; 212 pp. Laurence was the brother to Rev. John Laurence of the 'Clergy Man's Recreation fame'. A major proponent of inclosure Laurence sought to. Internally Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: J. A. Lascelles & Sons [United States]

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