by OrdnanceSurvey by direction of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries in Southampton .
Written in English
"Made on behalf of the Agricultural Economics Research Institute, University of Oxford" - t.p.
|Statement||by Malcolm Messer.|
|Contributions||University of Oxford. Agricultural Economics Research Institute.|
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