Angularity of ibeir make, causes them to be seat iot into some parts of England. ... The wooden rakes cost from 3s. to 5s. ; the iron-tined rakee about 10s. 6d. ... On oat and barley stubbles they do* well, and also on brushes of clover, rye-grass, aamp;cAl ;i tirr..i The pala of the Romans ... gravel, loose soil, aamp;cAl It is a roundish iron- steeled plate, with a sharp point, resembling the spade ace upon cards*, with a lotiganbsp;...
|Title||:||Agricultural Surveys: pts. 1-2. South Wales (1815)|
|Author||:||Great Britain. Board of Agriculture|