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Letters from His Excellency George Washington, to Arthur Young

Letters from His Excellency George Washington, to Arthur Young

containing an account of his husbandry, with a map of his farm ; his opinions on various questions in agriculture ; and many particulars of the rural economy of the United States

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Published by Sold by W.J. and J. Richardson in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agriculture -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 101719
    ContributionsYoung, Arthur, 1741-1820
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvi, 172 p.
    Number of Pages172
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14450112M

    7 Young finally accepted Washington's decision – at least during his lifetime. After Washington's death, Young published Letters from His Excellency General Washington, to Arthur Young, Esq., F.R.S., in Gwendolyn K. White, Ph.D. Candidate. , Letters on agriculture from His Excellency George Washington, president of the United States, to Arthur Young, Esq. F.R.S. and Sir John Sinclair, Bart., M.P. [microform]: with statistical tables and remarks, by Thomas Jefferson, Richard Peters, and other gentlemen, on the economy and management of farms in the United States / edited by Franklin Knight The editor Washington.

    Letters from His Excellency General Washington, to Arthur Young. London, Sold by W.J. and J. Richardson [etc.] (OCoLC) Named Person: George Washington; George Washington: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George Washington; Arthur Young. His Excellency General WASHINGTON'S LAST LEGACY. A Circular Letter from his Excellency GEORGE WASHINGTON, Commander in Chief of the Armies of the United States of America, dated J (CIRCULAR). Head-Quarters, Newburgh, J SIR, THE great object for which I had the honour to hold an appointment in the service of my country, being accomplished, I am now .

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Title: Letters from His Excellency George Washington to Arthur Young, Esq., F.R.S., and Sir John Sinclair, bart., M.P.: containing an account of Letters from His Excellency George Washington husbandry, with his opinions on various questions in agriculture, and many particulars of the rural economy of the United : George WashingtonPublisher: Gale, Sabin Americana Description: Author: George Washington.

LETTERS FROM HIS EXCELLENCY GEORGE WASHINGTON, TO ARTHUR YOUNG AND SIR JOHN SINCLAIR CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OF HIS HUSBANDRY WITH HIS OPINIONS ON VARIOUS QUESTIONS IN AGRICULTURE Paperback – January 1, by George Washington (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: George Washington.

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S., And Sir John Sinclair, Bart., M. P: With Statistical Tables and Remarks, by Thomas Jefferson, Richard Peters, and Other Gentlemen, on the Economy and Management of Farms in the United StatesAuthor: George Washington. Letters from His Excellency General Washington, to Arthur Young : Containing an Account of His Husbandry, with a Map of His Farm; His Opinions on Various Questions in Agriculture; and Many.

Letters on agriculture from His Excellency, George Washington, president of the United States, to Arthur Young, esq., F.R.S., and Sir John Sinclair, bart., M.P., with statistical tables and remarks, by Thomas Jefferson, Richard Peters, and other gentlemen, on the economy and management of farms in the United States: Washington, George, Free Download, Borrow, and Pages: Washington, George () Letters from His Excellency General Washington, to Arthur Young.

London: by McMillan, sold by W.J. and J. Richardson, “A map of General Washington’s farm of Mount Vernon from a transmitted drawing by the General,” in Letters from His Excellency General Washington, to Arthur Young, Esq.

F.R.S., containing An Account of His Husbandry, with a Map of His Farm; His Opinions on Various Questions in Agriculture; and Many Particulars of the Rural Economy of the United States (London, ). (Library of. Those notes and the ones printed above were published after the President’s death in Arthur Young, Letters from His Excellency General Washington, to Arthur Young, Esq.

Removed from: Letters from His Excellency George Washington, to Arthur Young, [etc.]. London, Opp. (EA27 Rare Book Rm.) Available also through the Library of Congress web site as a raster Contributor: Washington, George Date: His Excellency: George Washington is another solid biography by Joseph Ellis, arguably the best contemporary historian of America's Founding Fathers.

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SIR,-The great object, for which I had the honor to hold an appointment in the service of my country, being accomplished, I am now preparing to resign it into the hands of Congress, and to return to that domestic retirement which, it is well known, I left with the greatest reluctance: a retirement for which I have never ceased to sigh, through a long and painful absence, and in which (remote.

In his letter to Wakelin Welch of 5 Aug., GW sent a second letter of the same date to Welch, this copy of which went “under cover to Arthur Young” on 6 Aug.: “Sir, Arthur Young Esqr. of Bury, in Suffolk, having been so obliging as to offer to procure for me Implements of Husbandry, seeds &c.—I have accepted his kindness with much pleasure, because he is a competent judge of the.

This letter marks the opening of GW’s correspondence with Arthur Young (–), the great English agriculturalist and prolific writer. Young published Letters from His Excellency General Washington, to Arthur Young, Esq., F.R.S.,in London in 1.

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F.R.S. and Sir John Sinclair, Bart. M.P.: containing an account of his husbandry, with his opinions on various questions in agriculture, and many particulars of the rural economy of the United States.Letters on agriculture from His Excellency, George Washington, president of the United States, to Arthur Young, esq., F.R.S., and Sir John Sinclair, bart., M.P., with statistical tables and remarks, by Thomas Jefferson, Richard Peters, and other gentlemen, on the economy and management of farms in the United States.

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