The garden is eommonly placed in front, or on one side of the house, which completes the general appearance, unless a few trees or ... There the whole is perfectly irregular ; the farmera#39;s dwelling-house is grouped and connected with the sheds and offices. ... shire and Shropshire, every intermediate variety may be constructed. ... In treating aquot; of the habitations of the wealthy and noble, aquot; the following directions are givenj in respect to choosing a-aw ttiation for a country residence : . , .
|Title||:||The Agricultural Magazine, Or, Farmers' Monthly Journal of Husbandry and Rural Affairs|