British Farmer's Magazine, Թողարկում 12

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Էջ 347 - ... made of flour or meal of wheat, barley, rye, oats, buckwheat, Indian corn, peas, beans, rice, or potatoes, or any of them, and with any common salt, pure water, eggs, milk, barm, leaven. potato or other yeast, and mixed in such proportions as they shall think fit, and with no other ingredient or matter whatsoever, subject to the regulations hereinafter contained.
Էջ 223 - Secretary to the Royal Society for the Promotion and Improvement of the Growth of Flax in Ireland, as that of the author of the winning essay in question.
Էջ 145 - The most trustworthy observations prove that in all climates, in the temperate zones, as well as at the equator or the poles, the temperature of the body in man, and in what are commonly called warm-blooded animals, is invariably the same...
Էջ 387 - I could with great effect precipitate myself upon his left and centre. I therefore quickly brought up Brigadier Godby's brigade, and with it and the 1st brigade under Brigadier Hicks, made a rapid and noble charge, carried the village, and two guns of large calibre. The line I ordered to advance, — her Majesty's 31st Foot and the Native regiments contending for the front, and the battle became general.
Էջ 101 - Vegetable fibrine and animal fibrine, vegetable albumen and animal albumen, hardly differ, even in form ; if these principles be wanting in the food, the nutrition of the animal is arrested; and when they are present, the graminivorous animal obtains in its food the very same principles on the presence of which the nutrition of the carnivora entirely depends.
Էջ 386 - At daylight on the 28th, my order of advance was — the cavalry in front, in contiguous columns of squadrons of regiments, two troops of horse artillery in the interval of brigades ; the infantry in contiguous columns of brigades at intervals of deploying distance ; artillery in the intervals, followed by two...
Էջ 388 - Infantry, by the right of the village. The battle was won ; our troops advancing with the most perfect order to the common focus— the passage of the river. The enemy, completely hemmed in, were flying from our fire, and precipitating themselves in disordered masses into the ford and boats, in the utmost confusion and consternation ; our 8-inch howitzers soon began to play upon their boats, when the
Էջ 1 - Rome arose, And o'er the nations shook her conquering dart : For sluggard's brow the laurel never grows ; Renown is not the child of indolent Repose. " Had unambitious mortals minded nought But in loose joy their time to wear away...
Էջ 87 - HENDERSON. The Young Estate Manager's Guide. By RICHARD HENDERSON, Member (by Examination) of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, the Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland, and the Surveyors
Էջ 386 - The body of troops under my command having been increased, it became necessary so to organize and brigade them as to render them manageable in action. The cavalry under the command of Brigadier Cureton, and horse artillery under Major Lawrenson, were put into two brigades ; the one under Brigadier MacDowell, CB, and the other under Brigadier Stedman.

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