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AGRICULTURE AND FARMING, 1610-1900

Part 2: Manuals and Text Books, F-Y

Technical Note

Our microform publications are prepared and produced in accordance with recommended and established guide-lines for the production of microform of superior quality. These conform to the recommendations of the standard guides to good microforming and micropublishing practice.

Attention should be drawn to the nature of the original material. This comprises letters and and documents of various shapes and sizes. Most material is in excellent condition. However, there are a small number of items which pose a few minor problems. As with all manuscript sources the inking is variable. In a very few cases, sections are barely legible in the original. There are instances when the manuscript has been badly stained, discoloured, or faded with exposure to light over a period of time. A very small number of pages are torn, crumpled or cropped. Sometimes the original paper is quite thin and this results in showthrough which can make the manuscript difficult to read. Every effort has been made to minimise these difficulties, but nevertheless these original characteristics present difficulties of image and contrast which stringent tests and variations of density cannot entirely overcome. Material has been filmed in COMIC or CINE mode, whichever is most appropriate for the nature of the original material.

The most responsible care has been exercised in the filming of this unique collection and every effort has been made to ensure that this microform publication meets the standards established by the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM), the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and all current European standards.

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