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B°°°°°°°nn.,71 ; should be cut up,
not topped, 81, 100; on obtaining sugar from, 91 ;
remarks on selecting for seed, 91, 117; notices of its
cultivation, 100 ; slender crops of, 150 ; very early
planting of by Rev. Mr liarstow, 239: new sort of
sent tolhe Editor by the Hon. Abbot Lawrence, 2(i5 ;
oil made from in Cincinnati, 2(i7 ; on the culture of a
sort called Uutton corn, 291 : notices of the earliest
sorts of, 302 ; how to prevent Birds from destroying,
310; remarks on ridging by Cyrus Barton, 313 ; di-
rections for its cultivation, 326 ; no advantage gained
by cutting up when injured by frost, 340; advantage
of planting early,350 ; for seed, how prepared for plant
ing,356; remarks on planting, and the Uutlon corn
recommended, 3C5 ; for seed corn on applying soap
to, 389 ; sugar may be obtained from 405

Influenza or Grippe, 336; remedy for 3(55.

Insane persons, well employed in cultivating land, 227

Insects, how to destroy, 397

Invention of the life spar, 213 ; of a pulverized cork
mattrass, 381

Iron roofs, notices of, 114

Jackson, Doctor, notice of his geologic;il survey of
Maine, 290

James, on feeding hens in winter, 243

J. B., on the Leersia Oiyzoides,a new sort of grass,334 ;
on Walker's show of tulips, 374

Jerusalem Artichoke, recommended for culture, 73

Johnson Ebenezer, 94 years of age, his swinging the
scythe, 7C

J. S. T.jOn cutting up corn by the roots, 81

Judson, Hon. Andrew T.,his inquiries relative to the
growth and manufacture of silk, 193, 377, 385

June, month of uncommonly cold, 27

Keith, William, his remarks on lieaped measures, 241



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