Author:Arthur Young

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Arthur Young
(1741–1820)
British writer on agriculture, economics, and social statistics
Arthur Young

Works[edit]

  • The Farmer's Letters to the People of England, 1768 external scan
  • Letters Concerning the Present State of the French Nation, 1769 external scan
  • A six weeks tour through the southern counties of England and Wales, sometimes referred to as Six Weeks' Tour1769, external scan
  • The Farmer's Tour Through the East of England, 1771 external scan
  • Political essays concerning the present state of the British Empire, 1772 external scan
  • A Tour in Ireland (1780) (External scan) & (External scan)
  • Annals of Agriculture and Other Useful Arts, 1788 external scan
  • Travels in France,1792 (External scan)
  • General View of the Agriculture of the County of Hants, 1794 external scan
  • General View of the Agriculture of the County of Suffolk, 1797 external scan
  • General View of the Agriculture of the County of Lincoln, 1799 external scan
  • General View of the Agriculture of Hertfordshire, 1804 external scan
  • General View of the Agriculture of the County of Norfolk, 1804 external scan
  • General View of the Agriculture of the County of Suffolk, 1804 external scan
  • The Farmer's Calendar, 1804 external scan
  • General View of the Agriculture of the County of Essex, 1807 external scan
  • General View of the Agriculture of the County of Sussex, 1808 external scan
  • View of the agriculture of Oxfordshire. 1809 external scan
  • Observations on Currency, Population, and Pauperism, 1818 external scan
  • The farmer's kalendar; or, A monthly directory for all sorts of country business. 1862 external scan
  • The Fractional Family, 1864 external scan
  • Tour Through the North of England
  • On the Revolution in France
  • Enquiry into the Propriety of applying Wastes to the better Support and Maintenance of the Poor, 1801 external scan

Works about Young[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.