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Cleaning land, 210, 269

Clergy, 253

Clothes washed by steam, 13, note

■ . easy and advantageous mode of providing chtfdrea

with, 327
Clover, expenditure of 2§ acres, 97
—— dressings for, 108, 223

■ used as green feed> 162

■ mixture of rye-grass recommended with, 162
—— management of, 191
Coal ashes, as manure, 54
Coke, Mr. 225

Coleman, Prof, his horse-shoe long used in India, 25
Coleseed, 41, 44, 64, 77
Collins, Mr. 136
Corn, necessity of bruising, 25

farms, 61
—— desirable to increase the quantity of, in this country,

105, 110
— for seed, should be of the best quality, 107
—— bounties on importation of, 151

public stores for, 152
Cottages, 239
Couch grass, 216
Cows, calving, 165

milch, feed of, 39, 61, 65

green winter feeding, 40

—— their health not injured by keeping in the house, 42

hints respecting their sheds, 43

——- oil-cake good food for, 44

■ expense of feeding, 47

—- profit on, 49,65—84, 92, 100

—— affected by the state of the atmosphere, 66

——— clover consumed by, 162,163

Cows,

Cows, milch, consumption of water by, 103
Cropping, system of, 204

Dansie, R. S. esq. 15, 19

letter from, 23

Davy, Mr, 174

Des Carles, 252

Dickinson, Dr. W. letter from, 99

Docks, 215, 216

Dodgson, Mr. John, 182

Draining, 207'

Drill husbandry, 44, 47, 144, 214, 221, 26»

Dundas, Lord, 102

Economy, 246

Education, 89, 363

Ellerton, Rev. E. 214

Evaporation from land, 273, 276, 281

Evelyn, Sir George Shuckburgh, 145

Experiments, 217

. '' 'caution respecting, 4»

Farmers, jealousy of, 232

Farming, general hints on, 197—259

by gentlemen, 197'

Farms, period of entering on, 228

Faulder, Mr. 90, 251

Fences, 241

Ferns, Dr. Samuel, 38

flanders, 150

Food, bulk requisite too, 10, 31

consumption of, by stock, 236

Friendly societies, 285

Gaff, Mr. Thomas, letter from, 96

Garget,

Garget, 165, 166

Gentlemen, farming by, 197

Qibson, C. esq.-235

Granaries, public, 152

Grasses, waste of different kinds in drying, If 5

Grazing compared with soiling, 171

Green crops, tables of, 57, 58

i «"-— great benefit from, 111
Green food for milch cows, 40

- feeding stock on, 50, 51,
Grieve, John, esq. letter to, 16
Gypsum, 108, 114,167, 222

Harrow hoe, 214

iron, 237

Hay compared with potatoes as food for horses, 6

. - . as well as straw should be cut, 10

—— at 2d. per stone, no animal will pay the expense of

feeding on, 40
—— compared with green crops as feed, 58
Horses, working, fed with steamed potatoes, 3—34

.? allowance of oats to, 11

carrots a substitute for oats, 11, 60, 263

—- estimates of the feed of, 11, 29, 32

— .. their treatment in Hindostan, 25

—— fed on potatoes, should have but little water, 35,

. . . i sea-sand used as bedding for, 67

——— number of, in England, 143

.. produce of land consumed by, ib.

expense of, in husbandry, 251

Hounds fed in part with potatoes, 4
Hurry, 206

Impatience, 205

Implements of .husbandry, 258

Innclosurey

Inclosure acts, 127
Iron rail roads, 143

. ploughs and harrows, 237

Irrigation, 253 ,

Kent,'Mr. 230
KMrali, 41, 44, 64, 74

Labour, 217

Lalourers, pay of, 179

Lancashire, a manufacturing county badly cultivated, 418

Lancaster, Mr. 363

Land, value of, 243

Landaff, vide Watson.

Landholders most affected by the high price of-corn, 153

Leases, 224

IrfW, 108

£,oca/ differences, 221

Lucerne, 165

M'Dougatt, Mr. his pendulum churn, 70

Machines, 220"

Maltkus, Mr. 87, 113,356

Manufactories, 115, 118, 154, 369

Manures, 221, 268, 269

Markets, attendance on, 244

Mason, Mr. C. 40, 136, 222

Method, 204

Milk, means of supplying the poor with, 3?—157

—— quantity of, affected by the state of the atmosphere, 66

——— supplying the poor with, a great advantage to land-
owners, 78

■ consumption of, in London, 80

i i in various place?, 81

.i .. increased supply of, increases the demand, 83

Milk, happy effects of it as diet, 84

—— an advantageous beverage for hardworking people, 90

—— a supply of, diminishes the consumption of small

beer, 94
——— increased in bulk by the separation of the cream, 97
Miners society at Workington, 28.5, 300
Money, depreciation of, 145
Morals, growing corruption of, 295
Mowing grain a great advantage, 244

Oak, quantity required for a ship, 242
Oats, allowance of, to horses, 1 i

carrots a good substitute for, 11, 60,265

'best crop to follow potatoes, 107

» compared with carrots, 177

culture of, 204, 223

Oil-cake, good food for cows, 44, 93
—— expensive food, 50

yields valuable manure, 51

should be ground and boiled with chaff, 75'

Ormandy, Mr. 183

Overman, Mr. 225

Oxen, their average consumption of hay, 9

—— fed with potatoes, 34

Parkinson, Mr. 204, 222
Pastures, permanent, 215
Pitt, Mr. 117, 252
Plantations, 241
Plough, double coulter, 201

. iron, 237

Ploughing deep, 204, 208, 209, 237

''' answers the purpose of rain to a crop, 212
.-—- remarks on, 236, 273

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