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NORTH, BRITISH AGIgcliklaRRIST,

NORTH, BRITISH AGIgcliklaRRIST,

NORTH , BRITISH AGIgcliklaRRIST, these are long lived with us ; the rarer kinds are successfully on the more common sorts, which accounts so a r ra l" t o e r d this longevity ; in the same house is a splendid specimen of Araucaria Bidwilli, A. exalba 24 feet high, and 15 feet th
January 17, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FLORICULTURE. COTTAGE GARDENS.

FLORICULTURE. COTTAGE GARDENS.

At this season little can be done beyond the aoeumulation of manure, and all opportunities should be taken to add to the store. ARBORICULTIME. All timber trees intended to be feld this spring should now be cut down, nor can any tangible reason be adduced in favour of a contrary
January 17, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NOTICES OF BOTANICAL AND HORTICULTURAL PERIODICALS, &c. Hoossm's Jouse•L or BoTANY.—The first number of new series of this excellent work

NOTICES OF BOTANICAL AND HORTICULTURAL PERIODICALS, &c. Hoossm's Jouse•L or BoTANY.—The first number of new series of this excellent work

appears this month at • reduced price. This& a highly luteresting number, and must be trui l i_gratifylng to a father to have so much valuable material from a son Dr Joseph Hooker at present in India), to present to the public. • greatly mint that want of space prevents us from
January 17, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NORTH BRITISH AGRICULTURIST,

NORTH BRITISH AGRICULTURIST,

cloth which is produced, after all the various gradstiops to which it is, in the course of manufacture, subjected. We must not, therefore, cling to the idea that with thorough drainage the work of improvement is finished ; it is only begun, and must be followed up with skill and
January 3, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE VETERINARY ART-BY AMATEUR.

THE VETERINARY ART-BY AMATEUR.

In my previous papers I have attempted to give your readers a sketch of the rise and progress of the veterinary art, intermingled with a few stray notices of the medical art in the corresponding periods. I referred them to a remote age, about the time, probably, of the Jewish pa
January 3, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
state, and prices h d not changed much mince the sail. ing of the previous mail for England. The reports

state, and prices h d not changed much mince the sail. ing of the previous mail for England. The reports

from the continent of Europe this week are very scanty, the Christmas holidays having caused business to be bat little attended to. At most of the markets in the Mediterranean, prices are too high to allow of ship. ments being made to this country with any chance of a profitable
January 3, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FROM GLASGOW.

FROM GLASGOW.

January 3, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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January 19, 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
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January 19, 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
?Begat Maths. Giarerat Peal Ofice,Jaa 13. Malls mad* ap Last Pastels Neat la Leaders Banat Llsbos, 1 (By Deg Mad.

?Begat Maths. Giarerat Peal Ofice,Jaa 13. Malls mad* ap Last Pastels Neat la Leaders Banat Llsbos, 1 (By Deg Mad.

Madeira, • '''''' every month. Jaa. IS Gibraltar, Malta, Greece, 34 and of gra Neat Nall. New ovary month. Jas. * 4 Egypt and Indio British Colnnim in West ladles (except II raw Bahamas dr Bermadal. For and 17th of Severn. Nut M. est c•ery month. Jas. Y Jan. eacept Havana' end S
January 19, 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland