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Σελίδα 36 - The most remarkable feature of British farming, in comparison with that of France, is the number and quality of the sheep. According to the statistical returns and estimates, the number of sheep in France and in England is about equal, about 35,000,000 of sheep in France and 35,000,000 in England. But this apparent equality conceals an inequality the most marked. 35,000,000 of sheep in the United Kingdom live on 31,000,000 hectares of land. 35,000,000 of sheep in France live on 53,000,000 hectares....
Σελίδα 48 - What are called the legs of birds, in this are covered before with large scales. The end of the foot is cloven, and has two very large toes, which like the leg, are covered with scales. These toes are of unequal sizes. The largest, which is on the inside, is seven inches long, including the claw, which is near three-fourths of an inch in length, and almost as broad. The other toe is but four inches long, and is without a claw. The internal parts of this animal are formed with no less surprising peculiarity.
Σελίδα 212 - India paper would have to be requisitioned in order to contain the complete tale of its printed integers of units, tens, hundreds, thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, millions, tens of millions, hundreds of millions, billions, the nucleus of the nebula...
Σελίδα 91 - It is bounded on the north by the Arctic Ocean and on the south by Bering Sea and Port Clarence.
Σελίδα 44 - Swans were formerly held in such great esteem in England, that, by an act of Edward the Fourth, none except the son of the king, was permitted to keep a swan, unless possessed of five marks a year. By a subsequent act, the punishment for taking their eggs was imprisonment for a year and a day, and a fine at the king's will.
Σελίδα 37 - ... hectares of land ; that is, proportionally, three times as many as France. " But the great difference is in the quality of the sheep, upon the breeding and improving of which, with a view to weight and early maturity, so much care and attention has been bestowed. The weight of an English sheep is twice that of a French sheep. So that an English farm on an equal surface gives six times as much mutton as a French farm.
Σελίδα 42 - The asses of Arabia," says Chardin, " are perhaps the handsomest animals in the world ; their coat is smooth and clean ; they carry the head elevated, and have fine and well-formed legs, which they throw out gracefully in walking or galloping.
Σελίδα 64 - This is one of the cultivated grasses, and has a fibrous root, jointed hollow stem, making the straw; and grains covered with chaff. Liable to three diseases : blight, mildew, and smut. Blight when the leaves of the plants and stalk are shrunk up and withered. Mildew, when the straw and ear are affected. Smut, ears filled with a black powder, instead of grain ; all cases of fungous growth.
Σελίδα 36 - Kingdom live on 31,000,000 hectares of land. 35,000,000 of sheep in France live on 53,000,000 hectares. France, in order to have as many sheep in proportion as the United Kingdom, ought to have 60,000,000. If the comparison is made with England alone, the difference is far greater. England feeds 30,000,000 of sheep on 15,000,000 hectares of land; that is, proportionally, three times as many as France. " But the great difference is in the quality of the sheep, upon the breeding and improving of which,...