Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Band 30,Teil 1875

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Seite 473 - Wert thou all that I wish thee, great, glorious, and free, First flower of the earth, and first gem of the sea, I might hail thee with prouder, with happier brow, But oh ! could I love thee more deeply than now...
Seite 96 - December 18th, 1833, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted : — Resolved, That the thanks of the Council are due to Mr.
Seite 160 - This motion was accompanied by four affidavits, subscribed and sworn to before the clerk of the court, on June 15, 1896, to wit : 1st. An affidavit of the defendant, " who, being duly sworn, deposes and says that the facts set forth in the foregoing...
Seite 698 - In all cases where agricultural societies shall be dissolved or cease to exist, in any county where payments have been made for real estate, or improvements upon such real estate, for the use of any agricultural society, then all such real estate and improvements shall vest in fee simple to the county making such payments.
Seite 83 - Now, this clothing of the earth with plants and flowers — at once so beautiful and so useful, so essential to all animal life — is one of the very ways ^ in which HE takes care of his creatures. And when Christ himself directs us to consider with attention the plants around us, — to notice how ^ they grow, — how varied, how numerous, and how elegant they are, and with what exquisite skill they are fashioned and adorned, — we shall surely find it profitable and pleasant to learn the lessons...
Seite 553 - ... provides the necessary nourishment, and presents it to the surface of every part of the plant, seawater contains not only carbonic acid and ammonia, but the alkaline and earthy phosphates and carbonates required by these plants for their growth, and which we always find as constant constituents of their ashes. All experience demonstrates that the conditions of the existence of marine plants are the same which are essential to terrestrial plants. But the latter do not live like...
Seite 594 - The spot is the middle of a very steep pasture, inclining to the south. Eighty years ago the owner of the land, perceiving that young firs were shooting up in the upper part of it, determined to let them grow, and they soon formed a flourishing grove. As soon as they were well grown, a fine spring...
Seite 708 - ... with the right to be heard as hereinafter provided with respect to the hearing of complaints or the issuance of securities; and said notice shall also be published for three consecutive weeks in some newspaper of general circulation in each county in or through which said line of railroad is constructed or operates.
Seite 521 - the efficacy of peascods in the affairs of sweethearts is not yet forgotten among our rustic vulgar. The kitchen-maid, when she shells green peas, never omits, if she finds one having nine peas, to lay it on the lintel of the kitchen-door, and the first clown who enters it is infallibly to be her husband or at least her sweetheart.
Seite 692 - SEC. 2. That it shall be the duty of the several county or district societies which may be formed under the provisions of the preceding section, during the continuance of this act, annually to offer and award premiums for the improvement of soils, tillage, crops, manures...

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