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" Where," he asks, with perfect truth, " is the little farmer to be found who will cover his whole farm with marl at the rate of 100 or 150 tons per acre... "
Travels during the years 1787, 1788, & 1789: undertaken more particularly ... - Page 412
by Arthur Young - 1794
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Travels in the Kingdom of France

Arthur Young - Agriculture - 1793
...fait la richeffe des fouverains on trouva •*' e. Oeuvrc de Fred. II. jTom. vp 146, i. . acre ? acre? who will pay a heavy price for the manure of...carriage ? who will float his meadows at the expence of $1. per acre ? who, to improve the breed of his Iheep, will give 1000 guineas for the rife of a fingle...
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The beauties of Scotland: containing a clear and full account of the ...

Robert Forsyth - Architecture - 1805
...rate of 100 or 150 tons per acre ; who will drain all his lands at the expence of L. 2 or L. 3 per acre ; who will pay a heavy price for the manure of...carriage ; who will float his meadows at the expence of L, 5 per acre ; who, to improve the breed of his sheep, will give 1000 guineas for the use of a single...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1824
...Young, " is the little farmer to be found who will cover his whole farm with marl, at the rate of 1 00 to 1 50 tons per acre ? who will drain all his land...heavy price for the manure of towns, and convey it 30 miles by land- carriage ? who will float his meadows at the expence of L.5 per acre ? who, to improve...
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Illustrations of Political Economy, Volume 3

Harriet Martineau - 1832
...How should such a man as Norton drain his land at the expense of two or three pounds an acre? Can he pay a heavy price for the manure of towns, and convey it thirty or forty miles by land carriage? Can he float his meadows at the cost of five pounds an acre? It cannot...
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A Statistical Account of the British Empire: Exhibiting Its Extent ..., Volume 1

John Ramsay McCulloch - Great Britain - 1837
...at the rate of 100 or 150 tons per acre ? who will drain all his land at the expense of 2/. or 3/. an acre ? who will pay a heavy price for the manure of towns, and convey it. 30 miles by land carriage ? who will float his meadows at the expense of 51. per acre? who, to improve...
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The Monthly magazine

Monthly literary register - 1839
...at the rate of 100 or 150 tons per acre ? Who will drain all his land at the expense of 11. or 31. an acre ? Who will pay a heavy price for the manure...land carriage ? Who will float his meadows at the expense of 51. an acre ? Who, to improve the breed of his sheep! will give a thousand guineas for the...
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A statistical account of the British empire, Volume 1

John Ramsay M'Culloch - 1839
...marl at the rate of 100 or 150 tons per acre? who will drain all his land at the expense of 21. or 31. an acre ? who will pay a heavy price for the manure of towns, and convey it 30 miles by land carriage ? who will float his meadows at the expense of 51. per acre? who, to improve...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, Volume 30

1847
...the rate of 100 or 150 tons per acre, who will drain all his land at the expense of 2 or i3 per acre, who will pay a heavy price for the manure of...towns, and convey it thirty miles by land carriage," &c. We cannot at all see why a man with but ten acres of land should not accomplish all these purposes...
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A Treatise on the Succession to Property Vacant by Death: Including ...

John Ramsay McCulloch - Inheritance and succession - 1848 - 193 pages
...at the rate of 100 or 150 tons an acre ? who will drain all his land at an expense of 21. or 31. per acre? who will pay a heavy price for the manure of...land carriage ? who will float his meadows at the expense of 51. per acre ? who, to improve the breed of his sheep, will give 1,000 guineas for the use...
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A plea for peasant proprietors

William Thomas Thornton - 1848
...tons per acre/' — "to drain all his land at the expense of two or three pounds per acre," — " to pay a heavy price for the manure of towns, and convey it thirty miles by land carriage," or " to float his meadows at the expense of five pounds per acre." What reason is there for doubting...
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