The total income, which at the time of the wife's death was little short of 1100 pounds, is now, through the fall in agricultural
prices, not more than 750 pounds.
On one of his estates the three hundred serfs were liberated and became free agricultural
laborers- this being one of the first examples of the kind in Russia.
Punch" has a very funny picture this week, about a Suffragist and an agricultural
Brooke, over the soup, in his easy smiling way, taking up Sir James Chettam's remark that he was studying Davy's Agricultural
Thus we are es-tablishing a trade between kingdoms, the profits from which go to the betterment of the people--to building factories for the manufacture of agricultural
implements, and machinery for the various trades we are gradually teaching the people.
Haarlem, -- just as her neighbour, Leyden, became the centre of science, and her queen, Amsterdam, that of commerce, -- Haarlem preferred to be the agricultural
, or, more strictly speaking, the horticultural metropolis.
He was as deeply interested in her cooking and her music as she was in his agricultural
adventures in the vegetable garden.
He was followed by a sulky agricultural
youth in top-boots--and then, the complement of passengers on our seat behind the coachman was complete.
An exhibition of agricultural
implements had been opened in the neighborhood, only two days since; and a public competition between rival machines was to be decided on the coming Monday.
South Morden was then (and remains to this day) one of those primitive agricultural
villages, passed over by the march of modern progress, which are still to be found in the near neighborhood of London.
This was followed by a great down-pour of rain, which washed the unfortunate Officer of the Government and the outfit off the face of creation and affected the agricultural
heart with joy too deep for utterance.
First, it is likely that before the rise of the Ionian epos there existed in Boeotia a purely popular and indigenous poetry of a crude form: it comprised, we may suppose, versified proverbs and precepts relating to life in general, agricultural
maxims, weather-lore, and the like.