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HISTORY OF BRITISH WOODLANDS
WHY STATE OWNER
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Aberdeenshire acre acres of waste adjoining afforesting purposes annual average beech bog-land British Isles canals carried Chiltern Hills Committee coniferous connection Corsican Corsican pine cost of forming cost of planting cultivation drainage England exports exposed extensive favourable felling forestry Forestry Subcommittee forests formation of plantations forming plantations fully ground growth hill-side home-grown timber important Ireland labour larch large quantities least London matter of timber miles Norway notch-planting oak timber Penrhyn Penrhyn Castle period of twenty-five pitting planting and fencing planting operations practical produce profitable quantities of timber question of afforestation railway replanting returns scheme of afforestation schools of forestry Scotch pine Scotland Scottish Seaside Planting shelter Sitka spruce Snowdon range soil spade spruce suitable supplies of timber thinnings timber culture timber merchants timber supplies tion United Kingdom utilisation valuable tree Wales waste lands waterways Weymouth wood wood pulp woodlands young trees