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Highly Commended—The Hon. Greville Howard, Lydiard Swindon, Wilts

Highly Commended—The Hon. Greville Howard, Lydiard Swindon, Wilts

GEESE. (For the best Gander and Two Geese.) Ist—Mr. C. Rawson 2nd—Mr. William Dray (Goslings, hatched since Christmas, 1853.) lst—Mr. William Dray GUINEA FOWL. No Award
July 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
0-r tout= t4trulitit. THURSDAY JULY 6, 1854.

0-r tout= t4trulitit. THURSDAY JULY 6, 1854.

tout= t4trulitit. THURSDAY JUL Y 6, 1854. ONE of the most powerful of all agents in teaching agriculture to a nation of small farmers is a central Society of Horticulture; provided it is established on sound principles, and conducted in their spirit. Horticulture is the parent of
July 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
MANAGEMENT OF THE FLAX CROP.

MANAGEMENT OF THE FLAX CROP.

The following directions for the proper management of the flax crop, have been prepared by C. J. Pownall, Esq., one of the directors of the Flax Patents' Company, No. 28, Parliament Street, Westminster. Soil and Rotation.—By attention and careful cultivation, good iflax may be g
July 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
A LECTURE ON THE DISEASES AND BLIGHTS AFFECTING PLANTS, AND THE BEST MEANS FOR THEIR CURE OR PREVENTION. DELIVERED BY MR. BARER, AT THE LONDON (OR CENTRAL) FARMERS' CLUB. (Continued from No. 17.)

A LECTURE ON THE DISEASES AND BLIGHTS AFFECTING PLANTS, AND THE BEST MEANS FOR THEIR CURE OR PREVENTION. DELIVERED BY MR. BARER, AT THE LONDON (OR CENTRAL) FARMERS' CLUB. (Continued from No. 17.)

On some soils wheat is greatly addicted to mildew if sown succeeding, tares or peas, but rarely if succeeding beans, or clover fed off with sheep during the preceding summer t and the firmer the seed-bed for it is rendered. the less liable will it be to become mildewed. Hence th
July 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
CHAPTER 111.

CHAPTER 111.

One evening then, seated side by side, the two friends were amusing themselves by retracing the stream of time which they had descended together, when they perceived emerge from one of the thickets in the park, the two young people whom we left at the gate. Arrived at the foot o
July 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
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0 • .. 15 Ditto' ' - .. ' .. ' .. .. 53 15 0 The above prices are calculated at six inches from Row to Row, wider distances are subject-to an - extra 'charge. Hornsby's 6-Row Drill, Wheels 4 feet apart .. ..£2B „ with 3 extra cpulters,and conductors, to convey turnip and other s
July 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS, %.c.

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS, %.c.

L.—ln Archbishop Anselm's Canons, made in the council of London, 1102, there is an order by which Priests were enjoined not to go to drinking bouts, nor to drink too free. Herman.—Hops grow wild in the hedges in many parts of Germany. A Young Farmer.—Your'neighbour is an excelle
July 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
JULY, 1854. REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

JULY, 1854. REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

PRICES of British as well as foreign wheat still continue on the decline, to the great surprise of all who have been looking for the time when a re-action in favor of holders should take place. Indeed, considering the very limited supplies of home growth which have reached us fo
July 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
UPON THE PRODUCTION AND PRESERVATION OF MANURES.

UPON THE PRODUCTION AND PRESERVATION OF MANURES.

The difficulties which are felt in obtaining guanos and portable manures in sufficient quantities, and at reasonable rates, should induce farmers to bestow more care upon the production and preservation of all substances capable of being employed as manures. As regards productio
July 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
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upon which Mr. Dray had the inacbine taken to pieces, and explained to the satisfaction of the Prince how a new blade or rivet could be readily supplied by an ordinary blacksmith.. An opportunity of testing this fact occurred at the trial on Monday. After the Reaper had admirabl
July 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England