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Lort-Phillips writes that he agrees Phillpotts-Williams is in too much of a hurry due to fear that others 'will forestall him in taking the lead'. He feels that the Board of Agriculture's policy is the wrong one and emphasises the importance of scientific research in agriculture.
Ainsworth writes that he will gladly help with the opportunity for pony breeding that has arisen in relation to the Committee set up by the Selkirk office to report on how far the Congested Districts Board can promote improved agriculture amongst crofters. He suggests that Ewart give evidence before this committee and is glad that the original report is being revised.
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Table of the progress that Canada made in population and agriculture in 1918 and 1919.
Proof copy of article on 'The Geological Influences which have Affected the Course of British History', 1881
The records are composed of: an account book, in green vellum, of J.Waddel, the farmer at Crofthead, West Lothian, and of his son James Waddel, 1766-1838; and, a notebook containing lectures on various diseases. Also accounts for sales of butter, cheese, 1787-1793.
Includes letters, lists of candidates for exams, exam questions details of reports by examiners, changes in chairs and regulations, results of exams. The volume also covers physical and natural science and engineering, public health and agriculture.