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farmer is a remarkable hard working Man, or has grown Sons, a Servant is kept to look after the Horses, and plough with a pair of them; a labourer is also hired to plough with the other pair, and frequently a Boy to attend the Cattle, harrow, and perform other slight works of the farm; and at harvest or the beginning of thrashing another labourer is hired. Those farms that require from Six to twelve Horses very greatly in the number of hands they employ; for many farmers in this Class are able to perfect improvements of different kinds, above the means of those in the former Classes, which encreases the number of hands required Those which have been stiled excessive from the Occupier not being able to oversee it properly one would imagine cannot be so advantageous as the former. The following tables are formed from the number of hands ^ [[addition]] [[underline]] and horses [[/underline]] [[/addition]] employed by 24. farmers of the 1st. 2d. and 3d. Classes. [[table]] Class I. Class. II. Acres Hands Horses No. Acres Hands Horses No. 1. ---17. ---1. .2 1. -- 55 3. 5. 2 ---13. --- 1. 2. 2. 43. 3. 4. 3 ---16. --- 1. 2. 3 50. 3. 5 4 --- 17. --- 1. 2. 4. 80. 4. 5. 5 --- 26. --- 1. 2. 5. 50. 3. 5. 6 --- 26. --- 1. 3. 6. 56 3. 4. 7 --- 22. ---1. 2. 7. 56 3. 5. [[underline]] 8 --- 30. --- 2 3 8 55 3. 5 167. 9. 15 [[/underline]] 445.25.38. [[table]] acres Class. III. No. 1. --- 110 --- 8. --- 8 2. 150 9. --- 8 3. 97 5. --- 6 4. 88 4. --- 6 5. 160 9. --- 10 6. 240 17. ---12. 7. 200. 10. ---8 8. [[underline]] 100 8 --- 8 1145 70 [[/underline]] 66.