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+ And 22 high. || And 4- high. § Twenty-eight ditto.

4- A circle 54 feet high to the top of the dome, and 34 to the cornice.
t+ And 25 bigh. 4-H And 20 high. J| Twenty high,

§)| Eighteen high. * And 30 high.

F- I N I S.



ADVERTISEMENT.

AS I have been mentioned in feveral
periodical publications and news-
papers, as the author of books which I
never wrote : I defire leave to inform the
public that I prefix my name to all my
works, and therefore am not anfwerable for
any anonymous ones.

ARTHUR YOUNG.



Vol. IV, M m,



Juft piblijfjed by the fame Author^

PRINTED FOR.

W.Strahan; W.Nicoll, No. 51, St. Paul's Church-Yard;
B. Collins, at Saliibury ; and J. Balfour, at Edinburgh;

I.
In FOUR VOLUMES, Octavo,
Price 1 1. is. in Boards, or 1 I. 4s. bound,
The Second Edition, vfrith Additions,
(Illuftrated with twenty-fix Copper-plates of fuch new-
invented Implements of Hufbandry as deierve to be generally
known, and Views of fome piclurefque romantic Scenes,
which occurred to the Aurhor in the Courfe of his Journey)
A

SIX MONTHS TOUR

THROUGHOUT THE

NORTH of ENGLAND.

CONTAINING,

An Account of the Present State of

AGRICULTURE, MANUFACTURES,

AND

POPULATION,
In feveral COUNTIES of this KINGDOM.

PARTICULARLY,



I. The Nature, Value, and
Rental of the Soil.

II. The Size of Farms, with
Accounts of their Stock,
Products, Population, and
various Methods of Culture.

III. The Ufe, Expence, and
Profit of feveral Sorts of
Manure.

IV. The Breed of Cattle, and
the reipective Profits at-
tending them.

INTER. SPE

Defcriptions of the Seats of the Nobility and Gentry,
And other remarkable Objects.

N. B. In the minutes of this Tour are rcgiftered the parti-
culars of above Three Hundred Original Experiments on various
points of Hufbnndry, communicated by many of the Nobility
and Gentry ; particularly on Cabbages, Carrots, Potatoes,
Lucerne, Sainfo'ine, Burnet, Grafles gathered by hand,
Madder, Grain and Pulfe drilled and horfe-hoed, Manures,
Draining, &c. &c. &c.



V- The State of the Wafts
Lands, which might and
ought to be cultivated.

VI. The Condition and Num-
ber of the Poor, wi'h their
Rates. Earnings, &c.

VII. *. lie Prices of Labour,
Pro..f:ons, and the Pro-
portion between them.

VIII. The Regifler of many
curious and ufeful Expe-
riments in Agriculture.

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