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Excerpt from The Rural Economy of Yorkshire, Vol. 1 of 2: Comprizing the Management of Landed Estates, and the Present Practice of Husbandry in the Agricultural Districts of That County
From Norfolk, in November 1782, I passed thro' Lincolnshire into Yorkshire; my native county; - where I spent six months; - principally in observing and registering its Rural Economy - a task I was better enabled to perform in so short a time, as my early youth was spent among it; and my acquaintance with its present practitioners of course extensive.
When I left the county, in May 1783, I considered myself possessed of materials sufficient for the purpose I then had in view. But on looking over my papers (after I had got the Norfolk Economy through the press) I found many additions wanting, to render my register fit for the public eye.
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