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A pilgrimage of British farmingBy Sir Daniel Hall Topics: Agriculture, Great BritainAuthor: Sir Daniel Hall. A PILGRIMAGE Pilgrimage of British farming 1910-1912. book BRITISH FARMING A BR LGR MAGE OF ISH FARM NG BY A.
HALL, M.A., F.R.S. A PILGRIMAGE OF FARMING BRITISH i CHALK FARMING IN WILTSHIRE IT would perhaps be most appropriate to begin a pilgrimage of British farming with Norfolk, for the systematic pursuit of the industry along what we might call.
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