M&S Rare Books, Inc.
 
Home > Subjects > Search Results

If you don't see the books you want in our online inventory, please Click Here to let us know your specific wants. Only a small portion of our stock is online, and the majority of our sales (and most of our best books) are sold by catalogue or private quote.
 
Click on a Title to get a detailed description of an item.
Items Found   38
  Author Title
Pub
 
Papers on Agriculture; Consisting of Communications Made to the Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture.
1804
 

Combined Day Book, 1826-1828, of Farm Accounts, Southbridge & Worcester, Mass. & Elmira, N.Y. “D.K. Fitch” penciled front flyleaf. Accounts of Daniel K. Fitch (?) 1829-1855. 460 pp. Folio ledger 8.25 x13 in. Ink. Contemp. sheep. Cover and spine wear. Intact, legible.
1829
 

WORCESTER AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Rules and Regulations at the Cattle Show, Exhibition of Manufactures, & Ploughing Match, at Worcester, on Wednesday, the [ … ] 182[ ]. [Caption title]. Broadside, 16” x 11," text in two columns. Old folds, stained, one tiny hole without significant loss. Attractively printed on good paper. Docket in contemporary hand on verso, “Rules of the Agricultural Society.”
1821
 

Tafeu. Receipt to manufacture 1 cart load of Dodge Hayward’s Land Dressing, Worm and Insect Killer….[Caption title and beginning of text]. 8vo. broadside. Lightly dust-soiled, margins a little ragged, but entirely sound.
1855
 

Catalogue of Books in the Gardner [Mass.] Agricultural Library. Supplied by John Raynolds, Office and Depository, Main Street, Concord, Mass. Office in Boston,--at Counting Room of the “New England Farmer,” 13, Commercial Street. [Caption title]. Broadside, 13” x 8," printed in two columns on light blue paper. Numerous horizontal folds, some with separations in margin, otherwise about very good.
1855
 

Hill’s Patent Eureka Gang Plow. [Caption title]. Broadside, 14" x 8," printed in red, green and black, with a large cut of the plow being pulled by a team of horses. Printed on newsprint, minor edgewear, clean tear along right edge just entering text. Bottom edge torn away, with slight loss at bottom and a few words on left side. A striking example, but poorly inked, with much offsetting and smudging, sometimes affecting legibility.
1875
 

Documents of a Meeting of the Proprietors of the New York Patent Thrashing Machine Purchasers. 5 documents, 6 pp. to. (1) 4.5 x 8 in, Nov 26, 1838, 1 p.; (2) 5.25 x 7.5 in, Oct 21, 1837, 1 p.; (3) 6 x 12 in, 1838, folded in half, 2 p.; (4) 8 x 10 in, Dec 17, 1838, 1 p.; (5) 8 x 16 in, 1837, 1 p. October, November, 1837, 1838. East Pond Plantation, Somerset, Maine.
1837
 

Premium List and Regulations for the Fifth Annual Fair and Exhibition of the Du Page County Agricultural & Mechanical Society to be Held on the Society's Grounds, One-half Mile South of the Railroad Station, at the Village of Wheaton, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Sept., 28, 29, & 30, 1858.
1858
 

Orenzo T. Emerson's Shoemaker and Farmer's Accounts. 1837-79. Haverhill, Massachusetts. 6.25 x 7.75 inches, 171 pp. Pages browned, light foxing, spotting. Legible ink.
1837
 

ANON. Essays on the Spirit of Legislation, in the Encouragement of Agriculture, Population, Manufactures, and Commerce....
1800
 

ANON. The Complete Grazier: or, Gentleman and Farmer's Directory. Containing the best instructions for buying, breeding and feeding Cattle, Sheep and Hogs, and for suckling Lambs...Also Directions for making Fish Ponds or Canals, and for storing them, and ordering the Fish in the best Manner....
1767
 

BARNUM, H.L. Family Receipts, or Practical Guide for the Husbandman and Housewife...Agriculture, Gardening, Brewery, Cookery, Dairy, Confectionary, Diseases, Farriery, Ingrafting....
1831
 

BEECHER, HENRY WARD. Plain and Pleasant Talk About Fruits, Flowers and Farming.
1859
 

BRIGGS, ISAAC. Statements and Remarks, Addressed to Thomas Newton, Chairman of the Committee of Commerce and Manufactures, on the Subject of Agriculture, Manufactures, and Commerce.
1816
 

BRUSH, JOHN C. A Small Tract Entitled a Candid and Impartial Exposition of the Various Opinions on the subject of the Comparative quality of the Wheat and Flour in the Northern and Southern Sections of the United States, With a View to Develope[!] the True Cause of the Difference. To Which is Added Instructions showing how to improve the character of Northern Flour to an equality with that of the South; and preserve the latter from the depreciation which, in some places, it is of late so evidently undergoing; In a letter from John C. Brush, of Washington, District of Columbia, to Samuel Latham Mitchill, L.L.D. of New York.
1820
 

CAREY, MATHEW. Address Delivered Before the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, at Its Meeting, on the Twentieth of July, 1824….
1824
 

CHAMPOMIER, P.A. Statement of the Sugar Crop Made in Louisiana, in 1851-52, with an Appendix.
1852
 

DANA, SAMUEL L. Manures: a Prize Essay.
1844
 

DAVY, HUMPHRY. Elements of Agricultural Chemistry, in a Course of Lectures for the Board of Agriculture...to which is added, A Treatise on Soils and Manures, as Founded on Actual Experience, and as Combined with the Leading Principles of Agriculture: in which the Theory and Doctrines of Sir Humphry Davy, and Other Agricultural Chemists, are Rendered Familiar to the Experienced Farmer. By a Practical Agriculturist.
1821
 

DEANE, SAMUEL. The New-England Farmer, or, Georgical Dictionary: Containing a Compendious Account of the ... Art of Husbandry...in This Country.
1790
 

DEANE, SAMUEL. The New-England Farmer, or, Georgical Dictionary: Containing a Compendious Account of the...Art of Husbandry...in This Country. The Second Edition.
1797
 

DROWN, WILLIAM & SOL Compendium of Agriculture, or the Farmer's Guide...Husbandry and Gardening...
1824
 

EVANS, EVAN. Cyder or Tobacco Press....Evan Evans' Straw-Cutters....Mars Works...[Caption title & Headings]. Tall 4to broadside, printed in two columns, with three engraved figures at top.
1811
 

FESSENDEN, THOMAS G. Moubray on Breeding, Rearing and Fattening All Kinds of Poultry, Cows, Swine, and Other Domestic Animals. Second American...Edition. Adapted to the Soil, Climate and Culture of the United States.
1837
 

HAYES, JAMES Y. Farm Accounts. Rochester, Strafford County, New Hampshire. 1829-1858. Notebook, board covers, calf spine. 6.5 x 8 inches, 76 pp. Cover wear, pages browned, legible ink.
1829
 

HIRZEL, HANS K. The Rural Socrates; or an Account of a Celebrated Philosophical Farmer, Lately Living in Switzerland, and Known by the Name of Kliyogg.
1800
 

HOLMES, FRANCIS S. The Southern Farmer and Market Gardener...
1852
 

LATHROP, LEONARD E. The Farmers' Library: or Essays Designed to Encourage the Pursuits, and Promote the Science of Agriculture. Third Edition, Corrected and Enlarged.
1828
 

LINCOLN, Jun., LEVI Address, Delivered Before the Worcester Agricultural Society, October 7, 1819, Being Their First Anniversary Cattle Show and Exhibition of Manufactures.
1819
 

LIVINGSTON, ROBERT. Transactions of the Society for the Promotion of Agriculture, Arts and Manufactures...in...New-York. Vol. I. The Second Edition Revised.
1801
 

LOVEJOY, OWEN. An Agricultural Poem...Delivered Before the Bureau County Agricultural Society, October 1859.
1862
 

LYNCH, JAMES. Address Delivered Before the American Institute of the City of New-York, at Their Late Fair...accompanied with a Report on the Fair...
1829
 

ROESSLE, THEOPHILUS. Roessle's Gardener's Hand-Books. No. 1. How To Cultivate and Preserve Celery. Edited, with a Preface, by Henry S. Olcott.
1860
 

SINCLAIR, JOHN. The Code of Agriculture; Including Observations on Gardens, Orchards, Woods, and Plantations. First American Edition with Notes.
1818
 

VARLO, CHARLES. A New System of Husbandry...shewing how to raise good crops without manure...a new discovered cheap food for cattle, of cabbage and turnip husbandry...grains and grasses suitable for the land and climate of America...a new invented thrashing floor, also many chosen receipts in Physic and Surgery, for the Human Species, and others for the cure of all sorts of cattle...How to put a stop to runaway Servants.
1785
 

VARLO, CHARLES. A New System of Husbandry...shewing how to raise good crops without manure...a new discovered cheap food for cattle, of cabbage and turnip husbandry...grains and grasses suitable for the land and climate of America...a new invented thrashing floor, also many chosen receipts in Physic and Surgery, for the Human Species, and others for the cure of all sorts of cattle...How to put a stop to runaway Servants.
1785
 

WRIGHT, J.S. and J. THE PRAIRIE FARMER: Devoted to Western Agriculture, Mechanics, and Education. Vol. VI, # 1-12. Jan.-Dec., 1846.
1846
 

WRIGHT, JOSEPH A. An Address Delivered by Gov. Joseph A, Wright, on the 6th Day of October, 1853, at Livonia...Indiana, to the District Agricultural Society, Composed of the Counties of Washington and Orange.
1854
 

Valid HTML 4.01!
 
HOME    |    M & S PRESS    |    SUBJECTS    |    SEARCH    |    CONTACT