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Էջ 418 - So great moreover is the regard of the law for private property, that it will not authorize the least violation of it ; no, not even for the general good of the whole community.
Էջ 394 - 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 38 - At the conclusion of the discussion, the following resolution was passed : — " That in the opinion of this meeting...
Էջ 62 - ... By sifting he separates it more or less completely ; his seconds, middlings, &c., owing their colour to the proportion of .brown bran that has passed through the sieve along with the flour. The 'whole meal,' as it is called, of which the so-named brown household bread is made, consists of the entire grain ground up together, used as it comes from the mill-stones, unsifted, and therefore containing all the bran.
Էջ 229 - 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 91 - 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 115 - No operation in agriculture gives him and his laborers more pleasure than leading these streams of water from one place to another, and making them subservient to their purposes. In my travels in the country the inhabitants often called my attention to this branch of their operations; and I pleased them much when I expressed my admiration at the skill with which they executed it. The practice is not confined to the...
Էջ 392 - Coa" severely wounded, and much commended for his conduct at the moment. Was present in Massena's retreat; in every affair of Posts; " Pombala;" "Redinha;" "Casal Nova;" " Condesoa;"
Էջ 106 - ... depends; this development is augmented by judicious exercise or work, accompanied with appropriate food. The expenditure of those principles which are ordained for the purpose of replenishing the system, in consequence of labour, varies greatly in different subjects. The first conditions of animal life are nutritious matter and oxygen introduced into the system; the food therefore must be that which is compatible with the constitution and nature of the animal, and the climate in which he is located....