1860 · New York
Sole edition. Lectures (by various individuals) given during the agricultural convention at New Haven, over four weeks in February, 1860. Topics include agricultural chemistry, entomology, pear culture, grapes, arboculture, drainage, grasses, tobacco and hops, sandy soils, cattle, breaking and training of horses, sheep, agricultural associations, and others. "With an introduction by John A. Porter, professor of organic chemistry at Yale College." Publisher's advertisements in the back.
NSTC 2O2679; not in Sabin. Publisher's green cloth, spine gilt-stamped; gilt darkened, spine with ends pulled/chipped and a couple of other pinhole-sized chips; ex-library, with paper shelf label on spine and spine => stamped in gilt with the library name. Front pastedown with bookplate; title-page with library pressure-stamp; title-page, p. , and rear endpaper rubber-stamped "withdrawn." Endpapers slightly soiled; otherwise, pages clean. (Inventory #: 17080)