B, Scion; b, tongue. C, the Scion and Stock united. D, Vessel of water, with the end of the scion in it. ... Even those, whose circumstances place them above the necessity of manual occupation, or whose business it is to employ ... Every man who has a right to live, has consequently a right to all that is necessary to the comfortable support of life. ... Besides, many of the manipulations of farming and gardening may be performed by any hale body, with little practice, and less instruction.
|Title||:||New England Farmer, and Horticultural Journal|