Author:James Anderson (1739-1808)

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James Anderson

Scottish economist and agricultural writer

James Anderson


  • "Essays on Planting" in Ruddiman's Edinburgh Weekly Magazine (1771)
  • Essays relating to agriculture and rural affairs (1777), in 2 vols. (external scan)
  • Miscellaneous observations on planting and training timber-trees: particularly calculated for the climate of Scotland (1777) (external scan)
  • A practical treatise on chimneys: containing full directions for preventing or removing smoke in houses (1777) (anon.) (external scan)
  • Observations on the Means of exciting a Spirit of National Industry (1777) (external scan)
  • The interest of Great Britain with regard to her American colonies, considered (1783)
  • An Account of the present State of the Hebrides (1785)
  • Observations on Slavery (1789)
  • A General View of the Agriculture and Rural Economy of the County of Aberdeen (1794)
  • The Bee, or literary weekly intelligencer (December 1790 to January 1794, 163 issues), in 18 vols. (external scan)
  • On an Universal Character (1795)
  • Recreations in agriculture, natural-history, arts, and miscellaneous literature (1799), in 5 vols. (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • A Calm Investigation of Circumstances that have led to the Present Scarcity of Grain in Britain, 1801 (external scan)

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