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altho strong land does not answer well for potatoes, nor very light land for wheat, yet that cultivation and manure, and particularly the manure of lime, will soon render strong land, when drained, more loose, and will make light land more firm, especially if cultivated with the spade and hoe.
5th April, 1805.
BY W. BULMER AND CO. CLEVELAND-ROW, 35. JAMES'S
PLACE, PICCADILLY ;;
ALSO BY BECKET, PALE-MALL; ROBSON, BOND STREET;
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CONTENTS OF THE FOURTH VOLUME.
Extract from an Account of the Parish Schools in Scotland. By James Currie,
Extract from an Account of a Female Overseer of the Parish of Stoke. By George Brooks, Esq.
Extract from an Account of the means which have been used in the Hundreds of Ongar, &c. respecting the apprenticing of the Children of the Poor. By the Reverend William Herringham, A. M.
Extract from an Account of the Bath Society for the Suppression of Vagrants, the Relief of Distress, and Encouragement of Industry. By J. S. Duncan, Esq.
Extract from an Account of the Apprenticing of the Children of the Poor, in Devonshire. By the Rev. Duke Yonge.