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December 20, 2000 by Adamant Media Corporation .
Written in English
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The autobiography of Arthur Young, with selections from his correspondence Paperback – January 1, by ed Young, Arthur, ,Betham-Edwards, Matilda, (Author)Author: ed Young, Arthur, ,Betham-Edwards, Matilda, The Autobiography Of Arthur Young: With Selections From His Correspondence () Paperback – by Arthur Young (Author), Matilda Betham-Edwards (Editor)Cited by: 3.
The autobiography of Arthur Young, with selections from his correspondence. by Young, Arthur, ; Betham-Edwards, Matilda,ed. Arthur Young (–) was one of the most important agriculturalists and social commentators of the eighteenth century.
The account of his journeys around France (–9), also published in this series, remains a vital source for understanding the conditions of rural France on the cusp of revolution.
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The autobiography of Arthur Young with selections from his correspondence / edited by M. Betham-Edwards Young, Arthur, [ Book: ]. The autobiography ‘with selections from his correspondence’ is quite extraordinary. Did Young intend it to be published. Betham Edwards says that: ‘In his desire to be perfectly frank, the writer has laid upon his editor the obligation of many curtailments, the.
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Additional books from the extended shelves. The Autobiography of Arthur Young The Autobiography of Arthur Young: With Selections from his Correspondence - Συγγραφέας: Young Arthur - ISBN: Arthur Young, English farmer, journalist and agricultural economist.
Arthur Young was born in Suffolk to a well-connected political family and groomed for a career in commerce. He showed an early aptitude for literary career, publishing a few political tracts and novels while still in his teens.
The autobiography of Arthur Young, with selections from his correspondence, ed. by M. Betham-Edwards. By Arthur Young, Arthur Young and Matilda Betham-Edwards Publisher: London:Smith, Elder & co., The Autobiography of Arthur Young, with selections from his correspondence.
Edited by M. Betham-Edwards () avec Matilda Betham-Edwards () comme Éditeur scientifique. The Autobiography of Arthur Young, with selections from his correspondence. Edited by M. Betham-Edwards () A Tour in Ireland,by Arthur Young () A tour in Ireland () Travels in France, by Arthur Young, during the year, () avec Arthur Young () comme Autre.
Arthur Young, (born Sept. 11,London, Eng.—died ApLondon), prolific English writer on agriculture, politics, and s his books on agricultural subjects, he was the author of the famous Travels in France (or Travels During the YearsandUndertaken More Particularly with a View of Ascertaining the Cultivation, Resources, and National.
One of Arthur Young's bookplates in a Royal Agricultural Society of England book Young influenced contemporary observers of economic and social life, such as Frederick Morton Eden and Sir John : 11 SeptemberWhitehall, London.
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Betham Edwards, Arthur Young. The Autobiography of Arthur Young, with Selections from His Correspondence by M. Betham Edwards, Arthur Young (pp. ) Review by: James Bonar. YOUNG, Arthur. The Autobiography, with Selections from his Correspondence. First edition of the autobiography of the great agricultural reformer, edited by Matilda Betham-Edwards () who "through her upbringing coupled a deep understanding of farming with literary traditions from her mother's side" (ODNB).
£ ↑ The Autobiography of Arthur Young with Selections from his Correspondence, ed. Betham-Edwards (London: Smith, Elder, ), pp.
and Cited in The Letters of Sarah Harriet Burney, ed. Lorna J. Clark (Athens, GA, and London, UK: University of Georgia Press, ), which has several letters to Young's daughter Mary and wife.
believed Arthur Young was the author. See American Husbandry, xvi. 8 The Autobiography of Arthur Young with Selections from His Correspondence, edited by M.
Betham-Edwards (London, ) has been examined, but it is incomplete. A few years ago, a letter to Miss Betham-Edwards' solicitors asking for permission to use the. The Farmer's Guide in Hiring and Stocking Farms.
First edition of agricultural reformer Arthur Young's third work. "Arthur Young, like Jethro Tull, was a great agricultural reformer whose influence reached far beyond his own country.
England, however, with its increased acreage of cultivated land resulting from the enclosure system, and the consequent rise of great landowners and farmers in. Young, Arthur, agriculturist and author of ‘Travels in France,’ born at Whitehall, in London, on 11 Septemberwas younger son of Arthur Young (), rector of Bradfield, Suffolk, and chaplain to Speaker mother, Anna Lucretia, daughter of John Coussmaker, brought her husband a sufficient dowry to require that Bradfield Hall, manor and lands, the small estate which.
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Thank you for your : Eliza Fletcher. After reading the book for a fourth time within a few months, Young was ready to dismiss criticism of Wilberforce as ‘arrant nonsense’ and wrote that ‘my mind goes with him in every word’ (quoted in M.
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YOUNG, ARTHUR (–), agriculturist and author of ‘Travels in France,’ born at Whitehall, in London, on 11 Sept. was younger son of Arthur Young (–) [q.
v.], rector of Bradfield, Suffolk, and chaplain to Speaker Onslow. His mother, Anna Lucretia, daughter of John Coussmaker, brought her husband a sufficient dowry to. Despite the all-encompassing abstractions, Young can be congratulated for expressing his ideas with simplicity and even felicity.
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