THE JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL AGRICILTURAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND VOLUME THE FIRST 1840.

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Seite 397 - Its great basis is charcoal, in a state in which it is capable of being rendered soluble by the action of oxygen and water.
Seite clxvi - SOCIETY, and for the purposes aforesaid, and by the name aforesaid shall have perpetual succession and a Common Seal, with full power and authority to alter, vary, break, and renew the same at their discretion, and by the same name to sue and be sued, implead and be impleaded, answer and be answered unto...
Seite cxlviii - Thirty Sovereigns, or a Piece of Plate of that value, will be given to the...
Seite cxcix - To pay to any occupier of land, or other person, who shall undertake, at the request of the Society, to ascertain by any experiment how far such information leads to useful results in practice, a remuneration for any loss which he may incur by so doing. 4, To encourage men of science in their attention to the improvement of agricultural implements, the construction of farm-buildings and cottages, the application of chemistry to the general purposes of agriculture, the destruction of insects injurious...
Seite clxiii - VICTORIA, by the grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen, Defender of the Faith; to all to whom these presents shall come greeting...
Seite 443 - My Lord Duke, 'Your Grace's most obedient 'And very humble servant, 'QUINTUS SLIDE.
Seite clxxvii - A faithful record shall he kept of the proceedings of the board, which shall be signed by the president, or, in his absence, by the president pro tempore, and shall at all times be open to inspection.
Seite cxcix - To correspond with agricultural, horticultural, and other scientific societies, both at home and abroad, and to select from such correspondence all information which, according to the opinion of the Society, may be likely to lead to practical benefit in the cultivation of the soil.
Seite 336 - Department and it will not be out of place to call attention to some of the arguments therein set forth.
Seite 20 - But there are not only different breeds, both of cattle and sheep, but experienced and very good farmers differ very much in opinion as to which peculiarities of shape and size are to be preferred, even among animals of the same breed. It is, therefore, very desirable, before any man commences to breed either cattle or sheep, that he should make up his mind as to the shape and qualities he wishes to obtain, and steadily pursue this object...

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