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  • Sketches of old Derby and neighbourhood. edited by George Frederick Gadd.

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    • London, Bemrose, 1895.
    • 1895
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    Use in libraryRequestCO (Derby) (Keys, J. Sketches of old Derby and neighbourhood)Schwarzman Building M2 - General Research Room 315
  • The antient bee-master's farewell; or, Full and plain directions for the management of bees to the greatest advantage; disclosing further improvements of the hives, boxes and other instruments, to facilitate the operations; especially that of separating double and treble hives or boxes. ... Also brief remarks on Schirach, and other distinguished apiators on the continent. Deduced from a series of experiments during thirty years.

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    • Dublin : Printed for P. Byrne, ...[et al.], 1796.
    • 1796
    • 1 item
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    Supervised useRequestVPV (Keys, J. Antient bee-master's farewell)Offsite
  • The practical bee-master: in which will be shewn how to manage bees either in straw hives or in boxes ... with more ease, safety, and profit, than by any method hitherto made public ... interspersed with occasional strictures on Mr. Thomas Wildman's treatise on bees; with several new discoveries and improvements ... by John Keys ...

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    • London, Printed for the author [etc., 1780]
    • 1780
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    Supervised useNot availableVPV (Keys, J. Practical bee-master)Offsite
  • The antient bee-master's farewell [electronic resource] : or, full and plain directions for the management of bees to the greatest Advantage; Disclosing Further Improvements Of The Hives, Boxes, And Other Instruments, To Facilitate The Operations; Especially that of Separating Double and Treble Hives or Boxes, with Certainty and Safety, without injuring the Bees; Interspersed With New But Important Observations: The Whole studiously adapted to General Use; With AN Appropriate Method For The Curious. Also Brief Remarks ON Schirach, And other distinguished Apiators on the Continent. Deduced From A Series Of Experiments During Thirty Years. Illustrated with plates. By John Keys, of Bee-Hall, near Pembroke.

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    • London : printed for G.G. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row, 1796.
    • 1796
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  • The practical bee-master [electronic resource] : in which will be shewn how to manage bees either in straw hives or in boxes, Without Destroying Them, And With More Ease, Safety, And Profit, Than BY Any Method Hitherto Made Public, Viz. I. To manage Bees in Straw Hives, with new constructed Tops, at a small expence, as profitably and easily as with Boxes. II. In Boxes of an improved and cheap Construction, easily to be managed, and with so little Disturbance to the Bees, that all the necessary operations may be performed without any Danger. III. To catch and secure the Queen, or to fix her and a Swarm to any place you please. IV. To cause Bees to quit a Hive, and to be so tractable as to suffer themselves to be mandled without Stinging. V. Several Methods of Swarming Bees Artificially. VI. To cause a Swarm to work in separated Glasses, without any Hive; or in globular or other glasses, so that pure Virgin Honey may be taken when in its utmost Perfection. Vii. To prevent or cause Bees to swarm. Viii. To take the Honey and yet preserve the Bees, with common Hives only. IX. To unite Casts, Swarms, and Stocks. X. A Catalogue of, and Observations on, the most proper Flowers or Pasturage for Bees. XI. An easy and certain Method of preserving Stocks in Winter and cold Springs. XII. Several new and improved Methods of extracting the Wax from the Combs, two of them without either Straining or Pressing; and each by a single Operation: but more perfectly, and with far less. Trouble and Expence of Fuel than hitherto practiced. Together With Such Full And Plain Directions That the meanest Cottager may attain this profitable Art Without Difficulty, and at a small Expence; interspersed with occasional strictures on Mr. Thomas Wildman's Treatise on bees: With Several New Discoveries And Improvements, The Result Of AtLong Experience, And Deduced From Actual Experiments, by John Keys, Bee - Master.

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    • London : printed for the author, and sold by him at his house in Cheshunt-Street, Hertfordshire; J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's Church-Yard; Mr. Vallance, Cheapside [London]; and by the principal booksellers in town and country, [1780]
    • 1780
    • 1 resource

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  • Sketches of old Derby and neighbourhood. edited by George Frederick Gadd.

    • Text
    • London, Bemrose, 1895.
    • 1895
    • 1 item
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    Use in libraryRequestDA670.D43K497 1895Offsite

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