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part of this land if kept constantly in Tillage, and employs more hands than attending the original number of Sheep and manufacturing their Wool. These are the improvements commonly practiced; but some particular farmers have carried their profits farther, by letting the artificial grass (generally clover) remain only one year in the ground; adding to the other crops, Carrots; thus in five years reaping Rye, Barley, Carrots, turnips, and Clover; keeping no flock, only fatting Cattle. To destroy another objection to breaking up Sheep Walks, the employment of Old people and Children in the manufacture of Wool; it may not be amiss to reflect on the different Employments Old people and Children meet with in a farm perfectly cultivated; Weeding, picking of Seed-Corn, frightning Vermin, planting Pease and Beans, slicing and dropping Potatoe Setts, gathering Potatoes; besides a variety of other business will in a large farm well cultivated, yield much more employment, than one managed in the slovenly way too often seen. Let us next consider a number of Men employed in manufacturing a foreign production, Silk for instance, and the same hands employed in cultivating unimproved land; And whether 1.000. Men employed in manufacturing a [[catchword]] foreign [[/catchword]]