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A necessary family-book, both for the city and country, in two parts. Containing exact, plain and short directions, for taking and killing all manner of vermine, on land and in water: as, Part I. By land. The fox, polcat, buzzard, kite, weasle, adder, snake, caterpillers, frog, mole, pismire, fly, bug, rats and mice, fleas and lice. Part II. By water. The hern, dobchick, coot, or morehen, cormorant, sea-pie, kings-fisher, otter, water-rat, and ospray, all great destroyers of fish. To which is added Directions for profitable managing of bees, poultry, pidgeons, and coneys; with instruction for breeding up, and managing cattle; very useful for all country people. The whole illustrated with many proper figues. By R. W. gent.

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London : printed for H. Rhodes at the Star the corner of Bride-Lane in Fleet-street, 1710. Great Britain England London.

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