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MONTHLY AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

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MONTHLY AGRICULTURAL REPORT. The wheats upon the ground, on all well drain- ed lands, look particularly well; the early sown luxuriant. In all the great wheat counties, the quantity sown is fully equal to that. of the two last seasons, probably the most extensive ever before sown in Britain. Rye, tares, and the cattle crops, hai'e a healthy and luxuriant ap- pearance the latter sown turnips have greatly improved with HIe mild and showery weather.— Considerable breadths of early turnips which had failed, were previously hroken up, and the land sown with wheat. Early beans and peas for market, in the London districtl, have had a fine seed season, and much of them above ground. The expectation is general, that sheep and cattle food will be short in the spring, and hay is likely to be dear. The late report from Norfolk, of the insalubrity for cows, of that most exuberant root called mangel-wurzel, or the root of scarcity is universally slighted throughout the country. Lean cattle have in price, and butchers' meat iu the metropolis has lately advanced.

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