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TATHAM, William (1752--1819)
National irrigation, or the various methods of watering meadows; affording means to increase the population, wealth, and revenue of the kingdom, by an agricultural, commercial, and general economy in the use of water. By William Tatham, ...
London: printed for J. and T. Carpenter, 1801.
xix, [1], 427, [1] p., [7] pl. : [1] wd-engr. illus. ; 21.2 cm. (8º)

Tatham was the author of The political economy of inland navigation and other works on agricultural economics. Printed on blue paper. With a final page of errata. Printer's statement from colophon: Printed by M.A. Low.

Binding Early C19th marbled calf, gilt-ruled spine.

Reference Number 3418


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