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Página 468 - ... that he is a citizen of the United States, or has declared his intention to become such...
Página 173 - ... elements. The lesson that the agriculturist may learn from this curious formation is, that a healthy and luxuriant vegetation may exist in immediate vicinity of permanent ice, bearing its blossoms and maturing its seed as readily as in apparently more favored situations ; and hence that a...
Página 543 - It will be a special object of the trustees to counteract the increasing disinclination towards manual labor, and to vindicate its dignity by showing that it is compatible with intellectual culture and social refinement. The course of study will occupy four years. Its essential features are indicated by the following outline: "English language and literature, mathematics, including trigonometry,' surveying, civil engineering, drawing, chemistry, animal and vegetable physiology, botany, horticulture,...
Página 234 - ... to the crop. The advantage, therefore, of large sets remains practically unimpaired. Sixthly : Weight for weight, cut sets produce as nearly as possible the same weight per acre as whole potatoes ; but for the reasons given above, the weight of the sets should not be reduced by subdivision. Seventhly : Smaller sets give a larger produce, in proportion to their weight, than the larger sets, Eighthly : When the intervals between the sets in the rows are diminished to less than a foot, the...
Página 467 - The receiver will then issue to the purchaser a duplicate receipt, and at the close of the month the register and receiver will make returns of the sale to the General Land Office...
Página 544 - Three hours of each day shall be devoted by every student of the college to labor upon the farm, and no person shall be exempt except for physical disability.
Página 178 - Potatoes succeeded at the latter place, though the tubers were small. They were regularly planted for several years until the seed was lost by freezing during the winter. At St. Michael's they did not do well. Salad was successful; but cabbages would not head. The white round turnips grown at St. Michael's were the best I ever saw anywhere, and very large, many of them weighing five or six pounds.
Página 582 - The Market Assistant : containing a Brief Description of every Article of Human Food sold in the Public Markets of the Cities of New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and Brooklyn, including the various Domestic and Wild Animals, Poultry, Game, Fish, Vegetables, Fruits, etc., with many curious Incidents and Anecdotes. By THOMAS F. DB VOE, Author of " The Market Book,
Página 577 - Field, Forest and Garden Botany. A simple introduction to the Common Plants of the United States, east of the Mississippi, both wild and cultivated. Cloth, 8vo., 386 pages. Price, by "/:/.. $1.75. Gray's School and Field Book of Botany. Comprising the '* Lessons in Botany...