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It contains directions for draining, clearing, and inclosing a farm, and for enriching the soil and reducing it to tillage.
The acts to prevent the landholder from oppressing the occupier, and those for the encouragement of tillage, failed.
The soil was mainly mountain land and meagrely productive under toilsome and careful tillage.
The ground was so favorable for tillage, that twenty men labored at an acre and a half in one day.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
As a means of breaking up the ground the plough is infinitely superior; for tillage and cultivation the hoe is far more useful.
Hoe-tillage of the ground is evidently far older than cattle-raising or nomadic life.
It was probably what we should call pioneer life, where hunting and cattle-raising and a rude tillage combined to furnish support.
Words for tillage and land cultivation agree in the Western branch, but are far less noticeable in the Aryan languages.
The richness of the other land produces plants fit for use by men, who are the sole reason for its tillage.
The Jamiesons, on the contrary, were entirely occupied in tillage: they had no sheep, and only a few head of cattle.

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