* Rare * The Farmer's Magazine 1810 * Philip Earl of Hardwicke's Bookplate


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The Farmer’s Magazine A Periodical Work Exclusively Devoted to Agriculture and Rural Affairs 1810 Printed for Archibald Constable and Company Edinburgh in a Handsome Full Brown Leather Binding…….. with Bookplate of Philip,Earl of Hardwicke present to the front pastedown…… Lovely Provenance  (See pictures) Condition Of Book: This is a Very Good Copy of this hardcover book in a lovely Contemporary Full brown tan leather binding with five raised bands to spine and with gilt titles to the 2nd and 4th spine compartments and with Cambridgeshire Agricultural Society to the bottom compartment to spine and dated 1811.Plain brown endpapers.All page edges are in a bright gilt.With patterned borders in blind and with gilt designs to the front and rear board.There are bumps to a couple of corners of the volumeThe binding remains firm with no hinge weakness,no loose leaves.There is some sporadic foxing/browning to certain sections of the book’s pages internally.Illustrated with 2 fold out engraved drawings and a further 3 single page engravings.All of which are in good order and the folding plate of the workings of a Water Mill is of great interest.This copy has to the front pastedown a bookplate from ‘Philip Earl of Hardwicke’ (see below) 8vo (iv) 550pp plus 8 pages of the Index [1810] Rare especially with the above bookplate ” Born in Cambridge England,he was the eldest son of Charles Yorke, Lord Chancellor by his first wife Catherine Freeman.He was educated at both Harrow and at Queen’s College Cambridge.In 1790 he succeeded his Uncle Philip to his earldom and estates including Wimpole Hall.Hardwicke was a MP from 1780 to 1790 and in 1801 he took office and became Lord Lieutenant of ireland until 1806 where he surrported Catholic emancipation.Created a Knight of the Garter in 1803 and was a fellow of The Royal Society ” Postage: (Free Insurance Is Included in the event of a book being lost or stolen in transit) Please allow for the following postage times below which are a guide only as sometimes a book may reach you earlier than these approximate times,but there can be delays on occasions. Sent 1st Class:  £5 (UK) 2 working days from dispatchSent Air-Mail:    £10.00 (Europe) 5 -10 working days from dispatchSent Air-Mail:    £15.00 (Rest of the World) 7 – 14 working days from dispatch Payments:Paypal We are happy to send you a paypal invoice on completion of the salePlease note that we are full time booksellers and members of the PBFA. All books are packaged carefully and come fully insured so please view the pictures and bid with confidence.  Please view my other books currently listed on E-Bay by visiting our E-Bay ShopNB Please note USA is Now World Zone 3 with Increased Charges Applied from 1st JulyAir-Mail Approx 7-14 Days is now £14.95

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