Home » Bayldons Art of Valuing Rents and Tillages and the Tenants Right on Entering and Quitting Farms: Explained by Several Specimens of Valuations, and Remarks on the Cultivation Pursued on Soils in Different Situations: Adapted to the Use of Landlords, LAN by John Donaldson
Bayldons Art of Valuing Rents and Tillages and the Tenants Right on Entering and Quitting Farms: Explained Several Specimens of Valuations, and Remarks on the Cultivation Pursued on Soils in Different Situations: Adapted to the Use of Landlords, LAN by John Donaldson

Bayldons Art of Valuing Rents and Tillages and the Tenants Right on Entering and Quitting Farms: Explained

Several Specimens of Valuations, and Remarks on the Cultivation Pursued on Soils in Different Situations: Adapted to the Use of Landlords, LAN by John Donaldson

Published August 20th 2015
ISBN : 9781297871641
Hardcover
360 pages
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