The Rise, Progress and Present State of Colonial Sheep & Wools: Continued from 1846, and Comprising Those of Australia, Van Diemen's Land, New Zealand, South Africa, China, &c.; with an Account of Our Home Production of Wool and Woollen Manufactures, and Embracing Remarks on the Use of Alpaca, Angora & Cashmere Goats' Wool; Together with Statistical Sketches of the Wool-producing Colonies, Enumerated, Up to the Latest Dates Received from Each
Effingham Wilson, 1851 - Всего страниц: 93
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