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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 February 1881

leffietsaniara OL!> SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. Cjjc Jcfcrs#ntaii, PUBLISHED KVBJ*V WB DX nso A V HORNING" ■ .. ' HV FRANK X. BARKSDALE & 00. PKOFItIKTOIta: 7V N. BABK3PAM, A. B. BLAKEY, 1 W» 0. FBY. imtWSUF 4UII3OBIPTIO.N— lit AUVANCK: "ue uopy, one year f I 00 H>ie copy, six months .......... „. 7» .tMie o.ip.v throe months.... 50 O >i« 3&l>y one 1a0nth....:.. .... 15 •7 ' OttJJJ*..!n c»pto»iyii" year, SI 00 ~11 Is not ro vuired Ifliu (.'tab* be mode up at 'Jite post-otTlcc. Ji, P .rmont must every order. A ,<*opy of tlie'p »pwp»rlM'O»od without charge to those who raitW IJIrM; If preferred, com - 'mission will '• /.i.'j'WV. All suliscrlpwfras'wbpcoiitinucd at the op- - 11 on of the puhmKefs, unioss all arrearages paid up-s*.*p«clmen copy sent froe on application*'.^ Tran»ltsut Hates for Advertising. Otio squfirsfone Inch) one Insertion SI.OO Two s'l jjiros(two Inches) one Insertion. 2.00 \,>l.sat j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 February 1881

Clje Jcffcrsonian. (Ptatab.lsned It* I $35.) I$Y V. N, 15 A lIKSD ALE A <JOT Tills paper In entered nt. the Poat-Offleent 1/ i irlitLteaville, Vn M f*rcond-elns» matter. W •'! DNFMDAY. PFJffIUAHY 10, 1881. Hon. John F. Lewis comos bnck from Mentor and that Gen. Garlield is a Mali me man. According to the latest advices.tlie Senate of the United States will consist of 37 Democrats, 37 Republicans and 2 Independents. The two Independents are llou. David Davis, of Illinois, nnd Hon. Willinm Mahone, ♦«f Virginia. In this rath'r remarkable position, which his peculiar destiny bus placed hint, Gen. Mahone will Imvc abundant opportunities to accomplish much good for his State nnd the South. No other man will be able to do so much, and if he will pursue the stiaight path of duty, even his tnemies will uot withhold their meed »f' praise. The Philadelphia North American is doing a great work for the South. Realising the fact that a great deal of the hatred entertained by the Nor* p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 February 1881

C|c Jtfftrsoiuan (fiitiahllHl t"! IM lflflff.) * W Kujfß3oAY, KEBRU AKY 18. 1881. Loo\iMatters. CakaPER F.iftK.— We see it stated tl*t the Virginlif llidland Company will, at ' an early day, reduce'their passenger rates to three cents a ifillo. Wo hope that the report is true. It will bo highly beneficial to the public, and consequently to the road itwlf. The last report of the Chesapeake and Ohio road showed an increase in receipts ft'.im passenger lares, even though the fate had licen reduced from five to thfet cents. The reduction should be hiade by all means. And while we are on" this subject we will say that the freight rates on the Midland ro*d are entirely too high. Our pooplo had been led t.» believe that when the Midland road "came to its own" freights would bejjrvduccd, but they were sadly mistaken. It will have to be done however, and we presumo that it will be, as soon as the new corporation gets intp perfect running order. DiiAifFßAl}.—Our amusement loving people are lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 February 1881

JcfftrsDntan. (EBt.iib.tKhf din 1835.) BY F. N. 15AIlKSDALE & CO. Tllis paper In entered nt the Prwt-Ofliceat C i irlottesvtlle, Vo„ ns seeomt-rlHiiß inntter. WKDNESDAY. FERM'AnY 10,18X1 _ Ensilage at Spring Farm. [Country Gentleman.] We have just opened our silo and feel quite eFated at our success. It is in spleucfit! condition, and every animal we fiave given it to has at once taken to It.- Bulls, cows, heifers and calves, hogs, sheep and rabbits,a'l have eaten it without hesitation, with evident relish, and without waste. There is no longer any doubt in my mind as to the veiy great value, for us, of this •new method of feeding. It will better tl>e farm returns considerably,although I am far (in my experience) from the very fanciful estimates nnd supposed results to be expected from the articles published aud the books written on this subject. I feel in duty bound to give full results of this experiment that it may correct the exaggerated accounts or estima...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 March 1881

Otil> SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. ■ tlige Jtffersotuan, PUBLISHED diV3*Y WEDNESDAY HOKSISH BY FRANK N. BARKSDALE & CO. proprietors: fli N. BARKSDALE, A. R. BLAtfEY, W. 0. FRY. , i?«titt'soF nsoitiPtfrdN— ii 4 advance: jJ .ie joi'y |<3 ilt! - J 1 ®9 >e copy, six month* - - ]•' htie ojpy three months jj'J One copy one month ia ci.cns. Van copies one year, each , SI MO 11 Is not required that Clubs be made up at Ode post-office. , . Payment mtist accompany every order. A Copy of the jStipor furnished without charge to tho-te who false Clubs; If preforred, commission will be paid. • Al I subscriptions to be continued at the option of the publishers, unless all arrearages prepaid up. Aspocimen copy sent free on 'application. fransidiit Rates for Adtjrtisifig. One square (one Inch) one Insertion *l.OO Two »quftres(two Indies) one Insertion. IjDiral a Ivertlseinents seventy-flvo cents per square for each Insertion. ... contracts mada for advertlsovAijn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 March 1881

Cjje Icffrrsonian. (E3tab.lsfcrdlnlß3s.) ~BY F. N. BARKSDALE& CO. This paper is entered at the Post-Olllceat C > irlottHSVlllo, V'a„ as geeond-class matter. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1881. The Pennsylvania Senatorial struggle bus at length been closed by the election of Hon. John J. Mitchell. Mr. Mitchell, though a staunch Republican, is no friend to the Cameronian ring. He is said to be an able man, and one who will reflect credit on his State and country. The Culpeper Times very wisely gays of the debt question : "It is our opinion that if the debt question of Virginia is ever settled at all, it can only be through our practical business men. A question involving a practical knowledge of business should be dealt with by sensible business men who have the capacity to manage business affairs successfully. Such is the debt question of this Stale, and as such it must be treated. It is the only way by which it will ever be settled satisfactorily to both people and cred...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 March 1881

Cjje Jeffcrsoniatt {RstnbllsVed In 1835.) WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2, 1881. local MATTERS. Agent* for the Jefflersontan. In Greeno County, Mr. JOSEPH SMITH, (n Madison County, Mr. d. C. YAGER. These gentlemen are authorized to receive and receipt for all monies due this (paper, mid n'.so to receive subscriptions and oldcrs for all kinds of work. % Charlottesville Post OfHce Notice. Day Malls close-Going South, 11.15 a. m. Going West, 11.30 a. rn Going EftSt, 4.25 p.m. Goltli rfdftln .4.1 > p. 111. Nigh t Malls close for all points at« 30 p. in. Sunday Hours-Office openfrom 1 to 2 p. m. Mulls close going South, 1 Uja. m. 44 North, 4.00 to. m. Night Mails close at 0.30 p. m. Money Order business closcs on Saturday »t 4p. m. No Money order business transacted on Sunday. Office opens daily(exceptSunday)at7a.m. (Closes at 0.30 p. in. M. H.S. Long, P. M. Post Office Uillvfcrjijty of Virginia. <irnce opens 7.30 a. nt. Closes at 8.00 p. mi Might malls from all points opensß.oo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 March 1881

Tiios. Watson, Esij., ft practical £irmyr,, ( -of Louisa, views await ensilage the and, I'arwcr.M follows : jfepf French •griculturist. M; "Gofl'art, pn^la -li{UVV>?4t>'in .which lie describes the m'fans he Jo preserving jweeq corn, «!<■( vy aW sound, as fbo<F?w , i Stock. Ji «ceend fidi tio*. o# the tratislatioiF of jjMr kttle of which i» "The by J, B. Broun, !•<.'Y.,,has Mi n in this ►couutr^; ajid the xnl-joct of ensilage j» receiving get; fin I and deserved atitMudn front •'livtc l Jrretit. farmed -in many pij,ri#-of T'V. j?n jtdd States; a view'bf Goffi.rt's and others, in this cofjjlry, who have ,ui»Yitised his plan lor several years, 1 dug two pits last war, and cultivated two pieces of tjkwhiqh I cut up and packed away *|jo6e pits ; and I with to give my fflytneu the bem'fit of *ny experithe matter, whicii is decidedly jfikVoiirable to the sum- keeping of the cds?n. ■•v'rhat clover, coin, and other forage flnhts, put up ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 9 March 1881

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. } iCge Jcffersoiuan, PtTBLtSHED AVXtt WEDNESDAY WORSIHO' Br FRANK N. BActKSDALE & GO. PROPRIETORS! T. N. BARKSDALE, A. R. BLAKEY, W. 0. FRY. r «!l\f 31?\ Lf IMORIPTFON —IN ADVANCE I >.io Jopy,one year ........ **2? ) teoDpy, six mouths .. ™ » ie c >py three months J" ) ieiopyon« month OIiCHS. P<ju copies one year, eacn ....... 3* [ll s not r« iulre 1 that Clubs be mado up at )ne post-ofllee. Payment must accompany every order, a oi the piper furnishel without charge to those who raise Clubs; if preferred, commission will be paid. ; Al l subscrlptl'Mis to be continued at the option of the publishers, unless all arrearages vro paid up. A. specimen copy sent free on application. Transisat Ratss fof Advertising. One square (o»ie Inch) one Insertion $l.OO T TO squares (two inches) one insertion* 2.00 ti 3: il a I ver? Ise nents seventy-five cents per < i uare for each insertion. -ixvslal (iotttraot.s made fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 9 March 1881

C|t Itfftrsonian. (Kstab.lshed In l&tt.) "¥yf. n. barksdale&ooT Thll paper 1« entered at the Port-unseat (J larluttenvlUe, V»„ as aecond-clnss matter. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1881. THE INAUCKHIAL ADDRESS. Mr. Garfield's address opens with a survey of the life of the Union from the birth of freedom, through the atruggling infancy of the Republic and the trials of Inter years to the present development of constitutional liberty. Then turning, he looks into the future with hopeful eyes, "The nation," he says, •' is facing to the front, resolved to employ ita best efforts in developing the possibilities of the future." "The supremacy of the nation and ita laws should no longer be a subject of debate.'' The high court of war has established the fact that the constitution is the supreme law of the land, and while this decree of this final arbiter is binding alike uppn all, it disturbs not the autonomy ■of the States, but only fixes and establishes the permanency of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 9 March 1881

ft|e Jeffers onian (Kslahllsled In 1835.) WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1881 LiOo\l, MATTEKH. Xgenti for the Jeflferiontam In Greene County, Mr JOSEPH SMITH, (n Madison County, Mr. C, C. YAUER. These gentlemen ace nUthoHitcU to receive iiinl receipt for ail monies due this paper, rlid a'.so to receive subscriptions and orders for nil kinds ot work. Charlottesville Poet Office Notice. Day Mails close—Clothfe South, 11.inn. m. Going West, 11.30 a. m Going East. 4.25 p. ill. .Going Norlli, 4 15p.m. Night Malls close rctt all points at 0 80 p. in. Sdiiday Hours—Q (lice open from 1 to 2p. m. Mails close going south. 10.40 a. In. " North, 4.00 p. m. Night Mails close at 0 30 p. ni. ~ Moncv Order business closSs oil Saturday at 4p. in. No Money Order business transacted on Smiday. . Office opens dally (except Sunday) at i a tn. Closes at 0.30 p. m. M. 11. 8. Long, P. M. ipmt Office University of Virginia. Office opens 7.30 a. in Closes at 8.00 p. tn. Night malls from all points opensS.OO a.m. Malls ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 9 March 1881

Clje JtffcrsattiHit. (KstfUi.lsSed In 188!>.) BY P. N. BARKSDALE&CO. This paper Is entered at the Pont-OJHceat (J i vrlottesvllle, Va M as second-clans matter. WEDNESDAY, MARCH f>, 1881. [Planter and Farmer,] Protection of Sheep in Winter. My attention has been called repeatedly, through the Ilanler and Farmer, in these late years, to the subject of sheep husbandry ; and writers, without, exception, speak of it ns invariably profitable. When we take into consMevntron the fact that our people nvercrowd every department of business that pays, it is a little remarkable that sojew of our fanners take any fpeeitrl interest in sheep raising. It is true that most of them have flocks of sheep, more or less in number, but give them very little attention, leav- • ing them, literally, "to take care of themselves.'' They do well enough in the pastures during summer, but when winter comes they are still left to shift for themselves, finding shelter as best they ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 23 March 1881

OLD BEBIES VOL; XXXVIII. }• C|je Jtffersotuaii, PUBlittjHED ffiVBAY WKDMRSIiX* HORItIHO BY FRANK N. BARKSDIIB & CO, proprietors: P. N. BARKSDALE, A. R. BLAKEYj W. 0. FRY. TBUMS or 4ijlisOßlPTrOK—in advance: One j0py.0rtey0aF......... *1 00 One ciopy, si* m<!)itlta ]V ;;:„. 7a one o>>py three'irlpntlis..:;; _ 50 One copy one month... 25 T cfcoiiS. One post-office. . , ... , v .. . ...... L » . Payment mns.taqcdtrtnan? every, order- A Copy or the paper fdtimHed without enuK* to those who raise Clubs; If preferred, commission will be paid. , ..,,,1 ' All subscriptions to beconMntted attlte.Qß: t ion of the publishers.imless all arranges are paid up. Aspeolmeil cdpy Sent free on application. Transient Bates for advertising. One square (one Inch) one insertion JI.OO I Two squares (two Inches) one Insertion. 2.00 i,uzal advertisement* spventy-llve cents per ouuare for each insertion. . ' ..., a K : contractn.nla<le rdt advemsementsfo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 23 March 1881

<L;.c Ifffcrsonian. (Estab.lsHed In 1835,) BY P. N. BARKSDALErt CO. I'his paper'.:-, entered atthoPost-OHloeftt 'i.irlnttosville, Vtv„ as seeomJ-clnss matter. WEDNESDAY, MARCH ITt. 1881. i'lie last issue of the Valley Vir-(/iii-tan contains a political autobiography of J udg'e R. W. Hughes. A correspondent of the Alexandria Gazette in Washington says that Auditor Massey declined the position of Sffgeant-at-Arius of the Senate, and told some one that he would be the next Governor of Virginia. The Republican papers are overflow ing with good words and pretty speeches about Mahoue. If they don't miud how tliey pile the taffy on, their pet will net stuck up, aud then the mischief will be to pay. We return thanks to Senator Johnston for a handsome copy of the "Me morial Addresses on the Life and Character of Beverly B. Douglas," delivered in the Senate and House of Representatives on tbo 22nd of Janu-> 'ary, 1879. Geo. C. Gorhan'i is evidently Ma« lime's trainer. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 23 March 1881

C|e Jtffcrsflniaiti fEsiabllsled In ltlJW.* WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1881. L.OO A.l. MATTERS. Agent* for the jcfffersonlAti; "—o— In Greene County* Mr JOSEPH SMITH. 11l Madison County, Mr. C. O. YAGEft, These gentlemch are uuthorliell to receive and receipt for all monies due tills paper, and also to receive subscriptions ami Orders for all kinds of Work. Rharlotteaville Post Office Notice. Day Malls close—Going South, 11.15 n. rh. Going West, lf.SOa. m Going East, 4.25 p. HI. Going Ndftn; 4.15 p. ill: Might Stalls close for all point* at 0 30 p. in. Snnday Hours—Office open fr-lm l.to S p. m. Malls close going Bdiillt, 10.45 a. HI. • '• Ndi'i.h, 4.00 p. m. Night Malls Close at 6.30 p. ill, Money Order business Closes on Saturday nt 4p. m. No Money Order DußlnCßs transacted on Sunday. Office opens dally(eSCept SiiHdayJat 7a.m. Closes at 6.30 p. m. M. H. S. Long, P. M. At thb PUMWfcT FeMale tsSTiTbTK last Friday evening the intermediate condeft came off. There were quite a large bums ber...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 23 March 1881

C|c feffcrsonian. (Established In 1835.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO. This paper Is entered at thoPost-OBleeat Ciiarlottesville, Vo., as neconil-class matter. Wr.DNICSDAY, MARCH 23,1881. H°me, Farm. ENSILAGE. HIE EXPERIENCE OF A .PRACTICAL FARMER. F. N. Barkulalf, Esq. : 11l compliance with your request, I give you below my experience with ensilage. Having become convinced from my reading on tbe subject, that the preservation of green corn and the other forage plants by the process known as ensilage, was entirely practicable, and promised useful results, I determined, during last summer, to test it for myself by experiment. I accordingly planted one acre in corn, July "Ist. in rows three feet apart, on fair high land, this I worked once with coulters, and thinned to some extent, but not enough. Inconsequence of over-thick planting and subsequent dry weather, my corn proved alight crop, and much of it failed to shoot or tassel, but from the best means of judging at my command...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 30 March 1881

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. } tfCijc Jcfftrsontan, PUBL.THHED WBOSBIOAV HOKHINO milK N. BARKSDALE & CO, proprietors: V. ft BARKSDALE, A. R. SLAKBY, W. 0. FRY. . TItHHSOF <ÜBSOIIIPTIOS —IN ADVAWCK: ;Juii Jopy, one year $1 J? U .ie oopy, six months 7» ,0 n e o.tpy throe irtonths 5« Oaeoopy dne iiionth ..... i.» 25 omtbs. Ten copies one year, eac11.,... .Ui..sl 00 r, Itls not required that Clubs be iflßde up at One post-rifflcS. . . . , Payment mustijcoortlpany every order. A Popy of the tV.iper furnished without charge to those who ralSe Uliilis; If preferred, commission will be paid. , ~ , a.l I subscriptions to »<j continued at the op(lon of the publishers, unless nil arrofir&ses Prepaid up. A specimen oojjy serit free on application. Transit Rites for Advertising. Oile square (one Inch) one Insertion 11.J" Two squares(two Inches) one Insertion; 2.00 Lazal advertisements scventy-Bve cents per jqAare fdr cActl insertion. . cdiltracts made fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 30 March 1881

C|c |cfftrsonian. ( E«t*b!l*hed In 1538.) BY F. N. BARK9DALE& CO. Tills poparts entereil at the Pet-Office at Ch irlottesvllle, Va., an Berotiil-i-lrtss mutter. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 00,1881. JOHN s. WISE AS A PORTRAIT PAINTER. Mr. Wise iu his letter of the 24th of March, 1831, to N. B. Meade, Esq., has made several very striking portraits of the white Republican of Virginia and the South. Look at. nnd admire them gentle reader. Being closely allied to and on very intimate terms with them for the past year or so, and being a first-rate artist, they ought lo be true to life. Here is one: PORTRAIT NO. 1. "The great bulk of the Republican party here hitherto Ims been negroes. A large poriion of the white Republican vote in Virginia hitherto has been made up of men who were not Republicans from principle, but as a matter of trade and barter ; men without character and influence, apostates for the price of their apo.stacy; men utterly worthless in the community, who would starve, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 30 March 1881

C|t Jeffcrsniuan < Eslabllalcd in 1835.1 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30,1881. LOG Ajf M ATTERS. " A|«ata for tl»e Jefferson lan. —o— In o*eene County, Mr JOSEPH SMITH, (n Madison County, Mr. C. C. YAGER. Tt»ese gentlemen are authorized to receive and receipt for ail monies due this paper, mid n!so to receive subscriptions and orders for all kinds of work. Charlottesville Post Office Notice. Day Mails close—Going South, 11.165, Going West, lj.-tfln. m Going East, 4.25 p. m. Going North, J to p.m. Night Malls close for all points qt.6 in. Sail (fay Hours—Offloe open from 1,t0,2 p. m. Malls close going South, 111.43 a. 111. " Norl,H, 4.00 p. m. Night Moils close at 6.39 p, ni. Money Order business eloscßon.S»turday 4p. m. No Money Order business transacted on Sunday. . . Office opens dally (except Buridajrjat 7a m. Closes at 6.30 p. m. , ■ M. H.S. LONG, P. M. ♦ «■» —; —*—j — I'mt Office Cailiraily or triririmn. Jlflee opens 7.30 A. m Closes at 6.00 p. m. Sight malls rrdm all points ope...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 30 March 1881

Che leffcrsonhn. 0 (Established in 1835.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO. This paper Is entered at the Pout-Office at (?li;\rlott.e«vllle, Vn., ns second-Hnss iftntter. WEDNESDAY, MAttCII rin.lßSl. Home, arrTl, (For the .Teffersonian.j THE APPLE. Jiat New Varieties. We feel deeply interested in tlie work of all who aim at successful fruit culture, and, sympathize with all who from misdirected efforts are disappointed. There are few sections of our vast cmtiitry that are not adapted to fruits 'if one kind or another, and more genorally of various sorts and species, t he true value of their value or adap* Silitv is experience. But this requires ;:me. Therefore the fanner should ; iiiure on very few sorts at the eomeuceuient ; anJ, these should be only hat. experience and trial has proved . be proper for the particular soil and e.linistte <u which the trees are to be reared. O.ilv auiateures and persons of means ai;<l leisure can allord to experiment extensiv...

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