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An account of the sugar maple-tree, of the United States : and of the methods of obtaining sugar from it, together with observations upon the advantages both public and private of this sugar, in a letter to Thomas Jefferson, Esq., Secretary of State of the United States, and one of the Vice-Presidents of the American Philosophical Society : read in the American Philosophical Society, on the 19th of August, 1791, and extracted from the third volume of their transactions now in the press

by Rush, Benjamin, 1746-1813,

Format: Print Book 1792
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Subjects Rush, Benjamin, -- 1746-1813 -- Correspondence.
Jefferson, Thomas, -- 1743-1826 -- Correspondence.
Sugar maple -- Early works to 1800.
Publisher London :1792
Language English
Notes Text followed by advertising matter (2 unnumbered pages).
Description 24 pages ; 21 cm
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