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A treatise on hemp, including a comprehensive account of the best modes of cultivation and preparation as practised in Europe, Asia, and America; with observations on the sunn plant of India, which may be introduced as a substitute for many of the purposes to which hemp is now exclusively applied.

Author: Robert Wissett
Publisher: London, J. Harding, 1808.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Wissett
OCLC Number: 6743864
Description: 1 preliminary leaf, xvi, 296 pages 5 plates (including frontispiece) 28 cm
Responsibility: By Robert Wissett ... With an appendix, on the most effectual means of producing a sufficiency of English grown hemp, by the Right Hon. Lord Somerville.

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