General view of the agriculture of the county of Hants: with observations on the means of its improvement, 第 5 卷,第 1 期

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第 4 頁 - AGRICULTURE to come to a resolution of reprinting such as may appear on the whole fit for publication. It is proper at the same time to add, that the Board does not consider itself responsible for any fact or observation contained in the Reports thus reprinted, as it is impossible to consider them yet in a...
第 4 頁 - This REPORT is at present printed and circulated for the purpose merely of procuring further information, respecting the state and husbandry of this district, and of enabling every one interested in the •welfare of this country, to examine it fully, and contribute his mite to its improvement. The Society do not deem .themselves pledged to any opinion given by the Author of this Survey...
第 35 頁 - Tenants by Copy of Court Roll, according to the Custom of the Manor...
第 57 頁 - The landlord demands a rent even for unimproved land, and the supposed interest or profit upon the expense of improvement is generally an addition to this original rent. Those improvements, besides, are not always made by the stock of the landlord, but sometimes by that of the tenant.
第 4 頁 - ... and of enabling every one to contribute his mite to the improvement of the country. The Board has adopted the same plan, in regard to all the other counties in the united kingdom ; and will be happy to give every assistance in its power, to any person, who may be desirous of improving his breed of cattle, sheep, &c.
第 4 頁 - Report is, at present; printed and circulated, for the purpose merely, of procuring farther information respecting the husbandry of this district, and of enabling every one, to contribute his mite to the improvement of. the country.
第 4 頁 - IT is requested that this paper, may be returned to the Board of Agriculture, at its Office in London, with any additional remarks and observations which may occur on the perusal, written on the margin, as soon as may be convenient. It is hardly necessary to add, that the Board does not consider itself responsible for any fact or observation contained in this Report, which at...
第 18 頁 - See View of the Agriculture of Bucks. This statement is corroborated by the following passage from the same work. " In the district now under consideration, large tracts possess in such a high degree the advantage of obtaining water, that the farmer can flow his grounds when and where he pleases, brooks and rivulets running through the greater part of these fine meadows, with few or no mills to interrupt or control him in the free application of their fructifying streams; yet...
第 13 頁 - Suffolk grass ; and this latter is owing, I believe, more to the soil than any care of the husbandman. Now, would the farmer be at the pains of separating, once in his life, half a pint or a pint of the different kinds of grass seeds, and take care to sow them separately, in a very little time he would have wherewithal to stock his farm properly, according to the nature of the soil, and might at the same time spread these seeds separately over the nation, by supplying the seedshops.
第 17 頁 - ... same district that Leland had noticed nearly three centuries before. The clay soils of Leicester, Northampton,4 Warwick, Oxford, and Buckingham had become famous feeding districts which drew in stock from Wales, the Welsh Border, and the Southwest Peninsula. The Buckingham reporter wrote of the Vale of Aylesbury: 'Its amazing fertility soon makes a visible alteration in the appearance of the animal ... a proof of the quality and ability of the land'.5 Many of the county reporters quote these...

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