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Page 426 - Prove thy servants, I beseech thee, ten days, and let them give us pulse to eat, and water to drink.
Page 800 - THE COMPLETE GRAZIER, and FARMER'S and CATTLEBREEDER'S ASSISTANT. A Compendium of Husbandry. By WILLIAM YOUATT, ESQ., VS I2th Edition, very considerably enlarged, and brought up to the present requirements of agricultural practice. By ROBERT SCOTT BURN. One large 8vo. volume, 860 pp. with 244 Illustrations. I/, is. half-bound. " The standard and text-book, with the farmer and grazier." — Fanner's Magazine. "A treatise which will remain a standard work on the subject as long as British agriculture...
Page 799 - Events to be Remembered in the History of England. Forming a Series of interesting Narratives, extracted from the Pages of Contemporary Chronicles or Modern Historians, of the most Remarkable Occurrences in each Reign; with Reviews of the Manners, Domestic Habits, Amusements, Costumes, &c. &c., of the People, Chronological Table, Ac.
Page 795 - Woodcuts. 3s.t 194. THE HOUSE MANAGER: Being a Guide to Housekeeping. Practical Cookery, Pickling and Preserving, Household Work, Dairy Management, the Table and Dessert, Cellarage of Wines, Home-brewing 'and Wine-making, the Boudoir and Dressing-room, Travelling, Stable Economy, Gardening Operations, &c. By AN OLD HOUSEKEEPER.
Page 800 - Facts," &c. With numerous Illustrations. Fcp. 6s. cloth. "A most complete introduction to the whole round of farming practice." — John Bull. "There are many hints in it which even old farmers need not be ashamed to accept.
Page 800 - Magneto-Electricity, Thermo-Electricity, and Electric Telegraphy. Being a Condensed Resume of the Theory and Application of Electrical Science, including its latest Practical Developments, particularly as relating to Aerial and Submarine Telegraphy. By HENRY M. NOAD, Ph.D., Lecturer on Chemistry at St. George's Hospital. Post 8vo, 400 Illustrations, I2^. 6d. cloth. " We can recommend Dr. Noad's book for clear style, great range of subject, a good index, and a plethora of woodcuts.
Page 426 - Then let our countenances be looked upon before thee, and the countenance of the children that eat of the portion of the king's meat: and as thou seest, deal with thy servants.
Page 800 - Complete Grazier. THE COMPLETE GRAZIER, and FARMER'S and CATTLEBREEDER'S ASSISTANT. A Compendium of Husbandry; especially in the departments connected with the Breeding, Rearing, Feeding, and General Management of Stock ; the Management of the Dairy, &c. With Directions for the Culture and Management of Grass Land, of Grain and Root Crops, the Arrangement of Farm Offices, the use of Implements and Machines, and on Draining, Irrigation, Warping, &c. ; and the Application and Relative Value of Manures....
Page 796 - What it professes to be — a complete epitome of the laws of this country, thoroughly intelligible to non-professional readers. The book is a handy one to have in readiness when some knotty point requires ready solution."*— Bell's Life.
Page 570 - Distrust the condiment that bites so soon; But deem it not, thou man of herbs, a fault To add a double quantity of salt; Four times the spoon with oil of Lucca crown, And twice with vinegar procured from town; And lastly o'er the flavoured compound toss A magic soupcon of anchovy sauce.