Essai sur l'amélioration des terres.

(PATULLO, H.)

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A Paris, Chez Durand, 1758. With 3 engraved plates. xi, (1), 284, (4) pp. 12mo. Contemporary marbled calf, spine gilt in compartments, gilt lettering, red edges. INED 3483; Higgs 1656; Kress 5745; Einaudi 4321; Mattioli 2759; Musset-Pathay 600; not in Goldsmiths; Weulersse, i, xxviii. First edition. The dedication to Madame de Pompadour, although signed by the author, was written by Marmontel under the supervision of Fr. Quesnay and forms an excellent résumé of the Physiocratic doctrine.Patullo was a friend of François Quesnay and the present work is largely based on an unpublished article by Quesnay. It was at Quesnay's instigation that Patullo was allowed to dedicate the Essai to Madame de Pompadour. The first half of the books discusses the crops the author believes should be grown in France, the second half discusses the ensuing prosperity if his plans are implemented. See: Weulersse, Le mouvement Physiocratique en France ., p. 52-53. N° de ref. de la librería

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Descripción A Paris, Chez Durand, 1759. With 3 engraved plates. xii, 285, (3) pp. 12mo. Contemporary marbled calf, spine gilt with raised bands, label with gilt lettering, red edges. Higgs 1925; Kress 5804; Musset-Pathay 600; Goldsmiths 9457; Weulersse, i, xxviii; this edition not in Einaudi. Second edition, first published in 1758. The dedication to Madame de Pompadour, although signed by the author, was written by Marmontel upon the request of Fr. Quesnay and forms an excellent résumé of the Physiocratic doctrine.Patullo was a friend of François Quesnay and the present work is largely based on an unpublished article by Quesnay. It was at Quesnay's instigation that Patullo was allowed to dedicate the Essai to Madame de Pompadour. The first half of the books discusses the crops the author believes should be grown in France, the second half discusses the ensuing prosperity if his plans are implemented (Weulersse, Le mouvement Physiocratique en France . , p. 52-53). Nº de ref. de la librería 16188

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Descripción A Paris, Chez Durand, 1758. With 3 engraved plates. xi, (1), 284, (4) pp. 12mo. Contemporary marbled calf, spine gilt with raised bands, red label with gilt lettering, red edges. INED 3483; Higgs 1656; Kress 5745; Einaudi 4321; Mattioli 2759; Musset-Pathay 600; not in Goldsmiths; Weulersse, i, xxviii. First edition. The dedication to Madame de Pompadour, although signed by the author, was written by Marmontel upon the request of Fr. Quesnay and forms an excellent résumé of the Physiocratic doctrine.Patullo was a friend of François Quesnay and the present work is largely based on an unpublished article by Quesnay. It was at Quesnay's instigation that Patullo was allowed to dedicate the Essai to Madame de Pompadour. The first half of the books discusses the crops the author believes should be grown in France, the second half discusses the ensuing prosperity if his plans are implemented (See: Weulersse, Le mouvement Physiocratique en France . , p. 52-53). - Outer top corner towards the end waterstained, handwritten ex libris Roger Picard on verso front blank. Nº de ref. de la librería 14303

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Descripción A Paris, Chez Durand, 1765. With 3 engraved plates. xii, 285, (3) pp. 12mo Contemporary marbled calf, spine gilt in compartments, somewhat rubbed & worn. Goldsmiths 10077; Higgs 1925; Kress 5804; Musset-Pathay 600; Weulersse, i, xxviii; this edition not in Einaudi and not in Mattioli. Third edition, first published in 1758 and 1759. The dedication to Madame de Pompadour, although signed by the author, was written by Marmontel upon the request of Fr. Quesnay and forms an excellent résumé of the Physiocratic doctrine.Patullo was a friend of François Quesnay and the present work is largely based on an unpublished article by Quesnay. It was at Quesnay's instigation that Patullo was allowed to dedicate the Essai to Madame de Pompadour. The first half of the books discusses the crops the author believes should be grown in France, the second half discusses the ensuing prosperity if his plans are implemented: see: Weulersse, Le mouvement Physiocratique en France ., p. 52-53. Nº de ref. de la librería 17912

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Descripción A Paris, Chez Durand, 1759. With 3 engraved plates. xii, 285, (3) pp. 12mo. Contemporary marbled calf, spine gilt in compartments, label with gilt lettering. Higgs 1925; Kress 5804; Musset-Pathay 600; Goldsmiths 9457; Weulersse, i, xxviii; this edition not in Einaudi. Second edition, first published in 1758. The dedication to Madame de Pompadour, although signed by the author, was written by Marmontel upon the request of Fr. Quesnay and forms an excellent résumé of the Physiocratic doctrine.Patullo was a friend of François Quesnay and the present work is largely based on an unpublished article by Quesnay. It was at Quesnay's instigation that Patullo was allowed to dedicate the Essai to Madame de Pompadour. The first half of the books discusses the crops the author believes should be grown in France, the second half discusses the ensuing prosperity if his plans are implemented. (See: Weulersse, Le mouvement Physiocratique en France . , p. 52-53). - Calligraphed name (Mr Le president Dela Calmette ?) on verso first flyleaf. Nº de ref. de la librería 14016

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