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(2) of marle, chalk or clay, which if spread on the surface become a lasting improvement when managed with knowledge and discretion; in several parts of the Kingdom this has so well answered that some land has advanced from one shilling rent to eight, nine, and ten, and this over a large extent of Country. The cost of this amelioration amounts to about £3. per Acre, it will produce in middling seasons three quarters and a half of barley per acre; two, two and an half, and three quarters of rye; and turneps to the value of 36s. the mean amount of these three crops may be about £2,,5s. the barley reckoned at 16s. the quarter, and the rye at 24s. deduct the expences and compare the profit and that of three years [[unclear]] feet, besides by introducing these crops in regular courses, the ground will be well prepared for artificial grasses sown with the spring corn, and by means of clover and ray-grass nearly as many Sheep may be kept on 300. acres cultivated in this method, as can be kept on 1000. when alone used for Sheep; but if the method be followed which has been practiced in some small tracts, the produce will be much greater and greater number of Lands will be employed; this consists in letting the artificial grass (generally clover) remain but one year on the ground, adding to the other crops [[catchword]] carrots [[/catchword]]