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Funds of the Board of Trustees of Scotland, for forming an Agricultural Museum
CONTENTS OP PART I. The Ox.
ford West, in the county of Pembroke.
Ackland, Esq., of Houlston ; Cow, five years old, bred by Mr. Innes Ackland.
M'Neil, of Barra, by a Bull bred by Mr. Stewart, Chesthill; Heifer, bred by
Alexander Campbell, Esq., of Caolis, by a Bull bred by Mr. Campbell.
“ This is decidedly one of the most important and valuable works which has ever yet
Part II, will be publisbed on April 1st.
Just published, by the samne Author,
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