Issues for June 1841-Mar. 1843 includes the prize essays and transactions of the Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland.across a line in a warm stove or vinery, or even an open shed, if a#39;well exposed to the sun. ... instructions are so good, that, by attending to them, we have succeeded in manufacturing cigars of very pleasant flavour ; and although ... taxed, and consequently a considerable item in their expenditure ; but every cottage garden or piece of land (where such an advantage is ... VIII. adder, Land and Timber Surveyor, Glammis, Forfarshire, On the Diseases incidental to our most usually cultivated.
|Title||:||The Quarterly Journal of Agriculture|