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Author: Carey, Mathew
Title: [Book] 1793, A Short Description of the Tennassee [Tennessee] Government
Date: 1793
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• ... ntry is much broken. Placed, as it is, between two large mountains, we may readily suppose that the farmer never suffers by the want of rain. The soil produces wheat, barley, Indian corn, hemp, and fl ...
• ... ered from an acre of their best land. Sixty or seventy bushels from an acre is very common; but the farmer who expects to gather such a crop must be careful, while the corn is soft, to guard it agains ...
• ... ces are more healthy; there is none more fertile; and there is hardly any other place, in which the farmer can support his family in such a degree of affluence. The soil is not only fertile, but easil ...
• ... [added: 11] also recollect, that, in cold climates, the farmer is shut up or prevented from working several months in the year, during which cold season he  ...
• ... d up for the necessary support of stock in cold climates, we may fairly calculate, that half of the farmer's time is spent in making provision for his cattle, or in sheltering himself from the weathe ...
• ... tle. / LET us review this account. It is granted, that, in cold climates, more than half of the farmer's time is lost from labour [labor] by intemperate weather, or tak ...
• ...  countries, bears some proportion to the necessities of the inhabitants, we shall suppose, that the farmer, in this territory, during the year, raises only twice as much provision for his family, as h ...
• ... y. Sugar, coffee, and tea belong to this class; as do sundry articles of foreign dress. What is the farmer to sell in the western part of the Tennassee [Tennessee] governme ...
• ...  great distance from sea; how is he to be provided with salt? / IT is very remarkable, that the farmer has more use for salt in the western country, than in the Atlantic states. His cattle, in tha ...
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