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" ... .if it does come, then draining will pay for itself speedily. For instance : Mr. Johnston had a lot of thirteen acres on the shore of the lake, where the bank at the foot of the lot was perpendicular to the depth of thirty or forty feet. He supposed... "
Draining for Profit, and Draining for Health - Página 167
por George Edwin Waring - 1867 - 238 páginas
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How to Get a Farm and Where To Find One

the Author of Acres Enough - 1864
...need not go to the expense of draining, for if they will but dig a threefoot ditch in even the dryest soil, water will be found in the bottom at the end...come, then draining will pay for itself speedily. For instance, Mr. Johnson had a lot of thirteen acres on the shore of the lake, where the bank at the...
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How to Get a Farm, and where to Find One: Showing that Homesteads May be Had ...

Edmund Morris - 1864 - 345 páginas
...need not go to the expense of draining, for if they will but dig a threefoot ditch in even the dryest soil, water will be found in the bottom at the end...come, then draining will pay for itself speedily. For instance, Mr. Johnson had a lot of thirteen acres on the shore of the lake, where the bank at the...
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Annual Report, Volumen19

Ohio State Board of Agriculture - 1865
...of thing. Occupiers of appaiently diy land are not safe in concluding that they need not go to the 1 expense of draining, for if they will but dig a three-foot...come, then draining will pay for itself speedily. For instance : Mr. Johnston had a lot of thirteen acres on the shore of the lake, where the bank at...
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Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Volumen19,Parte1865

Ohio State Board of Agriculture - 1865
...three-foot ditch in even the driest soil, water will be found in the bottom at the end of eight hoars, and if it does come, then draining will pay for itself speedily. For in418 stance : Mr. Johnston had a lot of thirteen acres on the shore of the lake, where the bank...
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Draining for Profit, and Draining for Health

George Edwin Waring - 1867 - 238 páginas
...not hesitate, — as he did " not when the result was much more uncertain than at " present, — to borrow money to drain. Drains well laid, " endure,...calling upon a gentleman in the harvest field, when somethin? like the following conversation occurred : ' Your wheat, sir, looks very fine ; how many...
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Draining for profit, and draining for health

George Edwin Waring - 1911 - 252 páginas
..." West, and all that sort of thing. Occupiers of appar " ently dry land are not safe in conc'.uding that they need " not go to the expense of draining,...extracted : — " I recollect calling upon a gentleman In tbe harvest field, when something like the following conversation occurred : ' Tonr wheat, sir, looks...
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The Farmer's Magazine Volume the Seventeenth

Staff - 1860
...go to the expense of draining, for if they will but dig a three-foot ditch in even the dryest toil, water will be found in the bottom at the end of eight...come, then draining will pay for itself speedily. For instance, Mr. Johnston had a lot of thirteen acres on the shore of the lake, where the bank at...
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