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of the poorest arable land ever employ a much greater number of hands than a flock of Sheep does. Besides there are but few Sheep Walks that have not under the Surface a stratum of Marle, Chalk, or Clay, and that such manures dug, and spread on the surface with knowledge, and discretion, become a sure and lasting improvement there are many instances of land from this management advancing in rent from one to eight, [[unclear]] and ten Shillings; this improvement at an average costs about three pounds per Acre, and 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 about thirty Shillings, the mean amount of these three crops may be about two pounds five Shillings: the Barley reckoned at Sixteen Shillings the quarter, and the Rye at twenty four, deduct the expences, and the profit will be greater than that of three years Sheep feed. But then comes the manifest Superiority for these Crops in regular courses of Husbandry prepare the ground for artificial grasses sown with the Spring Corn; and with Clover and Ray grass a judicious farmer may maintain nearly as many Sheep on 300. Acres, laid down in course for three years, as before were kept on 1.000. We are also to consider that a [[catchword]] part [[/catchword]]