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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 March 1846

"ay Vi4M tfltjutv aft liil'.if.l.ir1'.,,; Ttt'UXTY-XIXTII CONGRESS. Monday, March 0. SENATE. Tho Oregon debate was continued to-day, but first there was quite an animated reply from Mr Colquitt of Geo. la an article which appeared in the Washington Tunes, (the successor of the Madieonirm and nn ul tra, radical Locofoco sheet) charging that I he Whigs and tho and 51, II) Locofoco Senators had united in caucus for the purpose of bringing about a com promise of tho Oregon depute "in other words to pass the resolutions of Mr Colquitt." The Times denounced this supposed 'conspiracy' in the most violent terms. Mr Colquitt today denied in the most positive terms the charge, mid branded the au thor, be ho editor, Senator, or other functionary, a calumniator ana public liar. This was all intended for the cars of Messrs Cass, Allen, and llannegan, and must have been to them agreeable music, as, no doubt, they conceived, il ttioy ma not write tne article. Mr Crittenden also denied the statemen...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 March 1846

Agricultural Department, . It A II L E Y. iV hrJMi ) We arc Induced to furnish our readers with an article upon this species of cereal grain, believing as wo do, that its cultivation is peculiarly adapted to the soil of Ib is County, and an increased growth would contribute much to tho wcsllh and prosper!' ty of our Farmers. It is supposed that Darley was the earliest grain cultivated for food, and it is said that tinlika many of the cereal grasses, it never gcr minatcs if sown by chance. It is grown over greater range of latitude than any other kind of grain. It is cultivated successfully in Liberia, Sicily, 1 artnry and India. In Spain and Sicily, two crops are annually grown upon the tame soil. The average crop is 'J,'t bushels per acre average weight 50 lbs. per bushel. In England and Scot land, the 2 rowed variety is principally grown. Of this there are two sorls, tho common and the rath ripe barley; they arc both however hut one kind. The rath-ripe differs from the common barl...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 March 1846

-Ms- - ........ T . , , , ' ' '1 Si JFmuilji Newspaper, EDawtcir to politico, fyomt Snbnstrn, News, Stgticu Iturc cmb (general intelligence. VOLU3IE XII. 1$ UATTIiISBOKO, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 184 tt. NUMBER 31 Business dards. t.i wan i) KiJiKis.iA'n, (COUHOClOC $C SUtOVUCtf at ZLaU), 1M.1TTLEBORO, VT. pj- Office, at the corner of Miin and High Sin, over the Uonkstoro Business attended to In Iho counties ol Cheshire, N. II., and Franklin, Mass. lirattlcboro, Dec. 30, 1645. Cml9 ROBERT WESSELIIOEFT, M. D., Homeopathic & Hydropathic Physician. EUiot Street, Brattleboro, Vt. DICKINSON, DAY & CO. DBALKKS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods; CHINA, CltOCKKRY AMI GLASS WARK; Jlnva Ware, Clrotcrtrs, Kc. (. JtLL TlltlR VSR1EVIES,) 4 GRANITE ROW, Z. Picansnv, cSnfniVT'J BRATTLEBORO. E. W. PROUTY, AGENT For Adams' Worcester Dye House. Itrallleboro, April l(i, I? I.". 34 E. II ART, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, (ROOMS OVER THE post omen, IIKATTLGnOUO, VI. (13) STEPHEN Y. MARSH, PIANO FORTE MANUFAC...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 March 1846

1UE 'How goes it with the Tight ?' Iio asked in a bro ken voice. 'We have conquered, Dub. The enemy killed or taken. Not n man escaped.' Ho paused n little and then spoko again : 'Have I done my duty ? May I hope'to bo for- giren t' The Alcalde answered him in an agitated voice. 'Ho who forgave the tinner on the cross, will doubtless be merciful to you, Bob. His holy book aaya : There is more joy over one sinner that re- peutcth than over ninety and nine just men. Do of good hope, Bob I the Almighty will surely bo mer ciful to you I 'Thank ye, squire,' gasped Bob, 'you're a true friend, a friend in life and in death. Well, it's come at list,' aaid he, while a hippy and resigned smile stole over his features. I've prayed for it long enough. Thank God it's come at last 1' He gazed up to the Alcalde with a kindly ex pression of countenance. There was a slight shud dering movement of his whole frame Hob was dead. The Alcalde remained kneeling for a short time by the sido of the corpse, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 March 1846

1M' : Twenty-two days Inter from Europe ! Arrival of the Hibcrnla ! Tha Ilibcrnia stcamrr, which left Llrcrpool on tlio 4th, arrived at Doston, on Thursday at !) o'clock. She brings twenty-two days later news. Her advices wero anticipated at Boston about six hours, by an overland express from Halifax, where the steamer touched on Tuesday afternoon. The express was run in the same way, and fur the same papers in New York and Philadelphia, as the one on tho occasion of the arrival of the last steamer, and the enterprise has this time proved itself: suc cessful in anticipating the news at all the principal cities. Tho express was thirty-three hours and twenty-nine minutes in coming from Halifax to Bos ton. Tho most interesting and important news, by this arrival, is the groat debate in the English llusc of commons, on the proposed change ot commercial policy, including a repeal of the corn laws, and tho reduction of other duties, and tho volo by which the Commons had agreed to take up ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 March 1846

JlgricuUural Department. Orrlinrds mid Orclinrtliiig. There is probably no portion of New England no ",wcll adapted to llio grouth and cultivation of fruit as the rallies and hill tides of Windham County, and thero is probably no portion of tho country of equal extent and to long staled as this county j where Tor Ilia last JU years, orcharding has been more neglected. Wc arc Induced to throw out a few suggestions touching the propagation of Fruit, with the hope that our readers may ho stimulated to improte tlicir old orchards bygrafling, or plant new ones. Fruit trees are universally propagated by teed, often times, however, by budding and grafting. Propagation by seed is the natural mode, the other modes aro regarded as artificial. Tho great objee lion to growing fruit trees from teed, consist in the great length of timo which must elapse before the trees will becomo sufficiently matured to bear fruit. A great error seems to prevail in relation lo this mailer. It is supposed that a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 April 1846

,V5 1 ' .-tfsW: 5t Jhmilu Newspaper, EE-euotc b to f olttics, C)omc Suoustni, News, &cjucu Uute mtb (encral 3nic Utjjcucc, volume xn. RATTLEBORO, TIIUItfeDAY, APRIL. 3,1846. NUMBER 32. Business Cards. Couuaclof sittoviicfiatZLaU), miATTLEnono, vt. H3 Office, ot the corner of Moin and High Sis, over the Bookstore Uusineas attended to in the counties of Cheshire, N. II., and Franklin, Moss. lirsttleboro, Dec. 30, 1845. Cml9 ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D,, Homeopathic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street, Brattlcboro, Vt. DICKINSON, DAY & CO. 11KALKHS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods; CHINA, CROCK BUY AND GLASS WAIIR; JUnrJj aj'nit, CTrottrfrs, (ct. (IS AIL T1IIIH VAMXTIta,) 4 GRANITE ROW, Z. DieKljfsoi., c""aiiS:r,J BRATTLBBORO. E. W. PJlOUTYj AQEHT For Adams' Worcester Dye House. Drallleboro, April 1G, 1845. 34 E. HART, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, ROOMS OVER TI1H TOST OFFICE, ItKATTLKHOKO, VI. (13) STEPHEN W. MARSH, IT 231'- PIANO FORTE MANUFACTURER, No. 393 Washington Street, Ji...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 April 1846

i,Kf..g.W.llf ' . A. 1 7f pf -! I Woodstock, Vermont, in Morcli, 1703. Ho then had (he horso with him, and shortly before he died old him to Rico, who sold him to Robert Kram, who told him to Mr Goss, of East-Randolph, Tor 8100, to be paid in neat stock in a year without interest: as 1 am informed by Air. Rollins, a son. In-law of Mr. Goss, now living in Chelsea, and by others. This Mr. Goss took him to his brothers in St. Johnsbnry. He was kept in tbat family a number of rears, and after passim; through several other hands, finally died at Chelsea, the property of Mr, Bean. I am satisfied from my inquiries, that inese tacts can oe amply supported by tho testimony of many persons now Iitiiie. from their own nerson. ai Knowledge. There were only four of the old Morgan horse's colu kepl as stallions. These were the Jlevenge, who died at 24 years of age; the Sherman horse, who died at 20; the Woodbury horse, who died at 22, and the Chelsea horse, or Bulrush, now living here. We also ha...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 April 1846

v. , , , if fr 4 J" " pn-pj(((i .m.i u, y ii mi. hi i it iiwii in hhiiimi w,niii.inBjia.,-.t-it.m , ., lio a. I poid but lltlte attention lo the matter, belicv- im that ino recariimendttlon ol the Secretary or the i avy was aarquoio io trie exigency, si passcu uui ui it iv mina, Wednesday. March 25. SENATJ;. Mr Se- t ier, or Ark., spoke on the Oregon Notice ques tion. He nlily sustained Ino title 01 the united Slates, but expressed a willingness to compromise on the 40lh degree. No other business of impor mice was done. HOUSE. Tho Bill in regard to the Rifle Heg. imcnts Tor service in Oregon, came up, as undis posed of. Its character was entirely altered by an amendment proposed by Mr Hungerford of N. Y,, which authorizes the President to increase the An my by voluntary enlistment to any number under 81) in each company, when in his opinion the inter ests or the country demanded it. Tlio rote on this amendment was 1 IS to 72. The increase from this will be, in the whole army, about ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 April 1846

i.. .flgvjcull ural Department, mim op Tin: Jiowax hoksi:. femrSe JMnu CMtator. The following is an nxstrait from a Ic'ttcrior Jus. tin Morgan's to the Cultivator, dated Stockbridge, VI., March let, 9-vi. " I will now relate ilia facts relative to the Mor gan Horse, as 1 recollect them. .My father. Justin JUorgan, urougni sain norse, or vainer ebju con, in in Randolnh. Vt.. in tho summer or autumn o: 105. Said colt was only two years old when my Tatlier brought him to Randolph, and liail never been handled in any way, not even to be led by a halter. My father went to Springfield, Mass, the place of his tia ivity, and the placo Irom which lie removed to Randolph, in the summer of 1705, nl'irr money that was due In him in that nlaco. as he said ; and irHcad of gelling money as ho expected, he got i wo cojis, one a tiircc years oiu gciuingcou, which ho led, the other, a two years oiu stallion colt w hlch followed all tho way from Springfield to Ran dolnh : having been, as my father sai...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 April 1846

'mgr. r " w , -S.V - vne"--j v Ti -"f t"i- Vermont 5i JTamily Nctuapapcr, JBcuotc & to $olitic0, Cjornc Subus-Urg, News, &cjvicn Ituvc wi (general 3fatt Uigcucc. VOIiUME XII. B RATTJJBBORO, THURSDAY, APRIL, 9,1846. NUMBER 3 3. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BV Will, 12. KYTHEIt. officeso. i wheeler's stose bdildixu. $1,50 (cah) in AdTtnce) $1,15 it Uie end of the tear. For 6 months 83 centi, in advance other to $tfiO. Viltige tub cribcrt 51,75, in Adrtnce, or St.OO it the end of the year. 87 1-2 cts. In advance for tlx raontha. No paper will be discontinued unleit at the diacretioit of the publii'ier, until all arrearagca are paid, O" Adrertitetnenta of any conaiderable length ahould be handed in loonn Tueadajr morning. Small one early oa Wednetda; morning. SPEECH OF SOLOMON FOOT, Of Vermont, on the OREGON QUESTION. Delivered in tub U. S. Hoisr. or Uefresek tatives, February 0, 1840. The Commitec of the Whole on the state of the Union having under consideration a resolution re por...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 April 1846

MJ.4J.". ' ." .'' Ill narrow, sectional, or partisan considerations, would prove himself tectcant to his alligations as an American statesman, as an American citizen. I believe I appreciate as highly as any gentleman the importance of ihnt country to us in a, commer cial, political, ana national point of tiew, I believe, with the learned and eloquent gentleman from Ala hama, (Mr Hilliard,) that the Jay is not far distant when a railroad will span this continent, uniting the Atlantic and Pacific shores, and which will thenceforward become the great nijWay and thor oughfare of the commercial world, if I differ at all with the toudest and fiercest .champion of Ore gon, h is only as to the cxtert of pur title there, and as to the best and aureat mode of ultimately, if not Immediately, obtaining exclusive possession and control of what rightfully be!ongitn us. If the question of title or boundary should finally bo set tled by negotiation a consultation devoutly to be wished by all good p...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 April 1846

ll VERMONT P1ICEN1X. "" v. n. PAiiJinn'i Country Nciv.pnpcr Advertising Agency. Boston No. SO State Street. N.w York Tribune Ruildinea. opposite City Hill. Philsdelphia N. W. Corner Thlid nJ Cheatnut Streets llallunore S. E. Corner Baltimore snd Calvert Stteele. qj V D. P It a duty aulhorlied Age nt for llie Ferment flirnix jj We invilo the attention or our rridtrt to the idtcr tiirment of Mis 11. M. Phelps Dsurdlng Scltool for ounjf ladir't putliitif d In nnothcr column, SrcRETARV lUsCRorT. The Washington correspondent of ifc, Biliimoti! Patriot ssjs ! "I pre two minora which ere for rent la thla city but which may or mar not bo trap. One la that M. Polk, findina the opposition to Mr Bancroft too strong to bo heme, has called upon lliat gentleman to air whal office he will la eachanee for Ihe Nary Department.andthalMr n,ocroft )epartment,aiulthatMrlUnerolt Icted, upon the ground that the i. .1. .!..!..., V.Ah I,. In any appol'ment which he I. I1..I l- neaa-nri Ia1,I tmrnk. begged t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 April 1846

srsrSasfaaarlalraapp Agricultural Department. p. THE POTATO PLAtiUK. An elaborate treatise ou (he Potato malady, comprising an account or its origin anil appear oncci in different countries, a ticw of variom theo ries concerning it, with the remedies proposed, and an inquiry into the causes producing the disease, with directions for slaying its further progress, by Charles P. Bosson, Editor of the N. E. Agricul turist, has been recently published at Boston, by E. L. Pratt The author attributes the cause or rot in the po tato, not to the soil, the manure or the atmosphere, but to the potato itself. The disease, he maintains, exists in the potato, and results from orer-ripening, over cultivation, deterioration of seed, and careless ness in selecting xeed. It admits of demonstration, that much of the loss es arising yearly in the various crops of our agricul ture, are traceablo directly to the want of good and pure seed. Pure, healthy, and strong seeds, procur ed at whatever cost of la...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 April 1846

0' 4 ,. ID crm out P her nix $i Jmrnily Newspaper, IDcuotcti to politics, $omc 3noustvn, Ncujb, &jgticnltuvc ano (general 3ntt Uigcn. VOL.UME XII. U RATTLEBOKO, THURSDAY, APRIL. 1G, 184G. NUMBER 34. TODLISIIED EVERY THUHSDAY BY XVn. E. KYTIIEK. UPPICEXo. 2 WHEELER'S STOXE BDILD1XU. 51,50 (caih) In Advance j $tt5 t the endof the vr. For 6 monthi 83 ccbU, in advance otherwtie 500. Village tub enbcri 51,75, In Advance, or 52,00 at the tod of the ear. 87 15 eta. In advance for tlx months. No paper will b discontinued anteaa at the diicretlon or the publiiher, until ill arrearage are paid. (tT Advertisements or any considerable length should be htnrlcd In at soon as Tuesdiy morning. Small ones carl on Wednesday morning. Business Cards. eotwoclot sxttovuci nt Halo. BRATTLEBORO, VT. tZj- Office, at the cornet or Miin and High Sli, over the Bookstore Business attended to in the counties ol Cheshire, N. ., and Franklin, Mass. Urattleboro, Dee. SO, 1845. 6ml9 ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D,, Ho...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 April 1846

To the Tai-Paying Coinmiinilv in Vermont. NO. IV. Tho necessity of strict legal limitation and res triction is more urgently requircil in guarding tho avenues to the Treasury, than in almost any other part of legislation ; nothing should be left lo dis cretion, which cau be settled by law. The word discretion is too elastic to occupy a pi icq In legal phrase, where any thing like certainty becomes ma terial, especially when used to modify a power todis burse thepublic funds. And yet wehavclawa in great numbers, conferring powers, on many agents of the government, to allow claims against tho Stato in their discretion, even in cases where tho scrvico might be defined and tbe compensation set) led. It is not easy to Imagine any sufficient reason for permitting the law to remain as it is; every ser vice should be defined, uhich will admit of it, and the compensation fixed, and thus the call for using a discretion, which many have not, would be avoid ed. The provision in the law of 18 12...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 April 1846

Bol ,sE. i ho Cumberland Road Dill was final j fcjicicd by n largo majority. The Senate bill i mg a ;iiuuiiu-u regimcni to protect seiners ir way to Oregon, was debated by seicral nor. J'lie new episode iii tlio Scnatu will take a n eck; 1 llouc may take time to breathe. Wednesday, April 8. I, NATE. The bill to change the distribution linr in the natal bureaus was taken up, ipokcn ,i Mr J M. Clayton ami Mr Huntinalon. and l-rd lit for tlio present. S.Mr Dickinson ottered a resolution calling on tlio Miueni ior copies or any correspondence, anil auincnucaieu siatemenis, as to capture ami t rc li 01 any oi our vessels on the coast of Atrsca. British cruisers, since the date of the Washing. (itrcityor lbl'. Iho resolution prevailed. Hritisli government lia c promised reparation 1 -e cases. j Mr Clayton's resolution, calling for copies of any ( irn-r wrcgou correspondence, came up in course, ..I Sir Allen moved that It lie on the table. Mr ,n lull said the adoption of the resolution wou...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 April 1846

"5"" - ' TP i Agricultural Department. Planting Tke Cranberry. In Its wild or natural slate, (he cranberry is found in et situation;; in boggy grounds, in damp san dy lands, and on the low margins of ponds and streams. Il will lire and crow in comparatively dry soils, but it will not bear fruit without its roots are immersed in water at all seasons of tho year. Soil and Situation. The first object of the cul tivator should be to select the ground for his crin berry yard, Every wet situation is not suitable. The soil must be either sand, mud, peat, or a nil turc of thece. There must be an abundant supply of water at all seasons of the rear. If the ground is so situated that it can be flooded duringthe win ter and spring, it is, better; but it is not indispen sable to success. The ground must be aaturated with water, either from springs, running streams, or tho drainines from higher land. On the low sandv margins of ponds the water is not much af fected by tho season, a sufficient spp...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 April 1846

' '-iff r'5H iJhccnix. 531 Jfnmiln Nciuspapcv, Elcuoicb to politics, Cjomc 3nbusttn, News, QVigivicu Ituvc ana (general 3ntdlijgcncc. frOLUltll. XII. n RATTiiisiioiio, Thursday; April is hj. 1VUMBEI13. PI'BLISIIKD K V E ft Y THURSDAY DY wm. E. nfTiir:i:. , officeSo. 2 toeeleits stone bdildlmj. James ?Jr. MSuncc A Co., 53 C0MKRCE St., HAKTIOICI), COIVIY., oprnit ron ralu a Krvclirsta and hlf. chests Young Hyson, Hvsoa 0J Skin, l'ouclmng and Souchong Teas, 200 Lhds I'orlo Uico, musctrado, irmifUtl and.Uu ba Molassct, 125 libd. Porto Uico and New Oi leans Sugars, T0 packages Stuart's Loaf, CrOihrd and powdered Sugars, 300 bag old Gov'., Java Lagulna and CubaCoflVe, 60 bags Prppcr and Pimento, 200 malts Cassia, 10 Mils. Nutmegs and Clove, 50 kegs Ginger 00 boxes ground Pepper and Cinnamon! 30 " Gilbert Utlca Starch, lot) 11 Raisins, 40 ' ground Coffin, 75 bblihir. bbli. and kegt Baleratis, 10 tiercel Iliee. 40 boiei family and No. 1 Soap, 20 no 70 100 100 uaiine soap, Dakers't Cocoa Tas...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 April 1846

TT PsrOfflNC. ' TAt p7ow in je oW. of an Intonsiderde far liter, may lie justly considered an instrument of cer tain and rpcedy datMcthh. Stilt, ichin properly vied, it it the only Means by which a speedy i'm provmtnt ran it made leithout the aid of tttrane vut mrnure. I.uH.unp. Tn regard lb tint portion or tillage which pro tides for the breaking up and dividing the earth Ujp means of the plow, you hare, in the ahore quota tion from Lorabv, both sides of the subject. In fleet, that it may he the means of doing good or injur?! depending upon the manner in which the work is conducted. Thi differing effect restj up. on the point whether or not the furrow should be turned deeply in the nbsenco of enriching ma nures. Loraine's reasonings nre against turning up the sub-soil, excepting where there is a plenti ful aupply of manure, and alwaya favor loosening the earth deeply by means of a sub-soil plow. Now the surface soil, in order to keep the earth beraaath in a mellow and light conditi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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