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Collection For Improvement Of Husbandry And Trade (Newspaper) - March 2, 1894, London, Middlesex COLLECTI For Improvement 6F 3pttfl)attt># and tEtaue. Friday^ March, 2. itfipi Mr. Evelyn's] Account of Marie. �oz�e excellent for the GarcHner, Pafture. ilfr Account. Signs of| Blue Marie. Nitre m Marie. ikfrvTacker1'* ^/ Burmng Marie. Sixty Load urves lieu of Thrqe Hundred": ; ..JWT Marlingsfp beginning of Winter. W �* I Lmd chieflymcipients of NkvQ. . Mr. Hall of High-Meadows Account. Trice ofi torn,, &c ; A^.GfcF** ^ ^^^.^^f^ London. Pr^ *f A^ionsT j^Compal!' ' nies, Pwej of tlefh, 8cc, An Abftrat? of jhe M\s of Mortality, &c. - ' r : Et ^me hiQta little more about Marie. \ Blue Marie thrown into the '^ire; cfackles like . The cunoiis Mr. Evelyn in his Philo-' Salt. Vid? Sir "Ken. Digbfs Veget. �'.'.. (bphical Difcourle of Earth, Fag. 291* If thefe bsib, 'tis a farther Argument thai -^ Edif fays of' loams and jNfore is the; great iaufe- of Fertility. '.-�) panhs, we have feveral forts, and fome ap- Philip Packer, ufed to burr/ his, Marie as broaching tcr&ays others nearer-A/ark, differ- arid/thought it.muchj^ro�ed%i�Lai&- jng alio in Colour i and if mingled with other He could haveslkee good �rops frotn a Marl-Mould in juft proportion, fo excellent an Ingre^ ingj viz,. Wheat, Peafe, andWbeat; ; toent in all forts of Earth for Husbandman and: He ufed to lay Three Hundred toad oj* an Gardiner, efpeeially as nothing does well with- Acre raw,but Sixty Load whenburrit would do put a little dafli of it. - And the Hke difference he fays between Chalk \ Marie is Commonly met with,~and taken outof and jLinu. . 'f:J : pits at feverail Depths, and of divers Colours, "I have a Draught of the Kiln he ufed to burn Red, White', Gray, Blue, all unauous, of a flip- Marie in; and he fays it 'makes'"mighty fwaec \ pery nature, and in goodnefs, as being'pure and feed for Cattle. ' * 1 ' immixt, it fooner relents after 3 Shower, and Lay Marie out in the beginning of Winter when dried again, flackens, and!crumbles into and it elofes like Clay, if the Wet take it; but I putt, without growing hafd again. ; Dung and Soil of Lime, cures it agaia.: \ In Pag. 3.06. He commendsMark to be, of 1 take this^o be a farther Argument for Nitre^ excellent iiie to,fix light Sanland dry Grounds: and that what we |ay on Land? are chiefly Re* I ibme are Co/the White and Gray* others the Blue cipients of i it*,, for you fee when 'tis firft iril-j and Red (which he thinks beft) according as led with Wef, there is no room for Nitre > butj *tis more or lefs apt to refolve after wetting v when 'tis warmed by Dung, &c that caufesi but neither of them difcovering their Vertue Ferment, arid it. grows drier,, then 'tis good a-! for the firli year. Ic does incomparable on jjain. . ".';.!,! ... jium, ami fame if:right mixt^ on Arable : ,Bu�L,�J$*nry. HaJ^qiktc-oi'-B^maJ^ in Gkce-I'll referr you to himfelf for farther particalari ferjhire, confirmed its clofingtiftB Clay, and fays? ; If Mark has any. iertir^fr^, qualities of i^ that in digging fpr Coals, they^find Mark, arid^ felf, why (hould it not fen%them forth the flrft, ftrow it about where the Men go^ and by Wa-| year? Without doubt its, lying a year abbVeC Altering itgfows^ery hard. A ground, and being calcin'd by the Sun, makes , j [it a fit Recipient of the /Nitre oi the Air; - > � Yours'till Fr^/Next, M Iwhich feems-to be the great-caufe-of Fertilkyr^ ------* -Jn.Numb,^. of thefe Papers, I have told l: ,sq 1 John HM�htm^;R.S, vou from Dr. Plot, the great advantages made ; . . :,tuti'Ao; - i-. . , ^ . c %/i 1 c & Jn ~- - , S. BArthdemtxthlime,behind the . ; v ifroraMarie w Staffordjtere.:* < = b^^^,^. , . v..,From *}ohn Aubrey Efqi I learn that ztVuh- ~v � / ;: , ;. 'Bed (St. Andrews) their White Marie for Seven or Eight Years bringeth great .profit, and Se- ;; ^'^h^ir^rriC^r^^ s ;^en Tear'more it will with Sheepfoid and Fod- . . Aavcraicmcnr' dering, &qs But-after Twenty Years'tis reckbrr- . : ^Cf^1 Ocetffroftal Sermons; preached by the %6. ill rortfie- Son; altho1 thQ Ltindaflrire pradice Moft Reverend Father in God William Sancroft^ contradictsir. , 4ate.;LoM^
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