The Farmer's Magazine. Volume the Eighteenth (Third Series) July to December, MDCCCLX

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Page 257 - But, on the rare days when the sun shines out in all his glory, the landscape has a freshness and a warmth of colouring seldom found in our latitude.
Page 4 - ... a great extent is determined by climate independently of the action of manures. We should, therefore, expect that those countries enjoying a hotter and drier summer than our own would produce corn of superior quality, and such, indeed, is the case. In spite of the wretched system of agriculture which prevails in Spain, Russia, Poland, and Sicily, the quality of their corn will bear comparison with that which the skill and knowledge of the British agriculturist can secure. The climate of Australia...
Page 30 - ... and support; whose capacities and instincts can best regulate the physical energies to self-advantage according to circumstances — in such immense waste of primary and youthful life, those only come forward to maturity from the strict ordeal by which Nature tests their adaptation to her standard of perfection and fitness to continue their kind by reproduction.
Page 30 - There is a law universal in Nature, tending to render every reproductive being the best possibly suited to its condition that its kind, or that organized matter is susceptible of, which appears intended to model the physical and mental or instinctive powers, to their highest perfection, and to continue them so. This law sustains the lion in his strength, the hare in her swiftness, and the fox in his wiles. As Nature, in all her modifications of life, has a power...
Page 272 - And, as regards the killing of hares only, all personi of any game, or any woodcock, snipe, quail, landnilr or coney, or any deer, in the company or presence, and for the use of another person who shall have duly obtained, according to the directions of this Act, and in his own right...
Page 272 - ... or shall take or kill by any means whatever or shall assist in any manner in the taking or killing by any mi-ana whatever of any game, or any woodcock, snipe, quail, or landrail, or any coney...
Page 157 - I am directed by the Lords of the Committee of Privy Council for Trade...
Page 304 - These insects, which vary in size from an eighth to a quarter of an inch in diameter, are found floating about the biliary duct, apparently feeding on the bile, and preventing it from fulfilling its destined functions in the animal economy.
Page 272 - Right, a Licence to kill Game, and who shall by virtue of such Licence then and there use his own Dog, Gun, Net, or other Engine for the taking or killing of such Game. Woodcock, Snipe, Quail, Landrail, Coney, or Deer, and who shall not act therein by virtue of any Deputation or Appointment.
Page 272 - Ireland to be taken out by every person who shall use any dog, gun, net, or other engine for the purpose of taking or killing any game whatever, or any woodcock, snipe, quail, or landrail, or any conies...

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