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Page 161 - All fences four and a half feet high, and in good repair, consisting of rails, timber, boards, or stone walls, or any combination thereof, and all brooks, rivers, ponds, creeks, ditches, and hedges, or other things which shall be considered equivalent thereto, in the judgment of the fence viewers within whose jurisdiction the same may be, shall be deemed legal and sufficient fences.
Page 295 - CONTAINING THE NECESSARY INFORMATION FOR PRESERVING THE Health and Curing the Diseases of Oxen, Cows, Sheep, and Swine, with a great variety of Original Recipes and Valuable Information In reference to Farm and Dairy management, whereby every man can be his own Cattle Doctor. The principles taught in this work are, that all Medication shall be subservient to...
Page 157 - Article 2496. 2431.—Every gardener, farmer or planter shall make a sufficient fence about his cleared land in cultivation, at least five feet high, and make such fence sufficiently close to prevent hogs from passing through the same, but it shall be unlawful for any persons whomsoever, by joining fences or otherwise, to build or maintain more than three miles, lineal measure, of fence running in the same general direction without a gateway in...
Page 301 - THOMSON.-EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCHES ON THE FOOD of ANIMALS and the FATTENING of CATTLE : with Remarks on the Food of Man. By ROBERT DUNDAS THOMSON, MD Author of " School Chemistry ; or. Practical Rudiments of the Science.
Page 299 - Manual ; being a Practical Treatise on the History and Domestic Economy of the Honey Bee, embracing a full illustration of the whole Subject, with the most approved Methods of Managing this Insect through every Branch of its Culture, the Result of many Years
Page 303 - Honey Bee , With plain directions for obtaining a considerable Annual Income from this branch of Rural Economy ; also an Account of the Diseases of Bees, and their Remedies, and Remarks as to their Enemies, and the best mode of protecting the Hives from their attacks.
Page 159 - ... any kind, and either of the parties shall think proper to vacate his part of such inclosure, or to make a lane or passage between such adjoining inclosures, such person shall be at liberty to remove his share or part of such partition fence, on giving six months...
Page 299 - BEING A TREATISE ON DRAINING LAND, in which the most approved systems of Drainage are explained, and their differences and comparative merits discussed ; with full Directions for the Cutting and Making of Drains, with Remarks upon the various materials of which they may be constructed.
Page 297 - ECONOMIST AND NEW AMERICAN GARDENER ; Containing a Compendious Epitome of the most Important Branches of Agriculture and Rural Economy ; with Practical Directions on the Cultivation of Fruits and Vegetables, including Landscape and Ornamental Gardening. By THOMAS G.
Page 300 - With Instructions for their Extirpation ; being a Manual of Plain Directions for the certain Destruction of every description of Vermin. With numerous Illustrations on Wood. An Essay on Manures ; Submitted to the Trustees of the Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture, for their Premium.