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Author: Great Britain. Board of Agriculture
Title: General view of the agriculture of the county of Fife: : with observations on the means of its improvement:
Publisher: Edinburgh : Printed by J. Moir
Subject (keywords, tags): Agriculture -- Scotland Fife; Fife (Scotland) -- Economic conditions
Contributor: University of California Libraries
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Size: 229 kb

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