A Summer Tour
Agriculture, Travel, Nationalism
Discusses some of the sights that might be taken in by a young English traveller. Observes that, 'To the agriculturalist [...] England offers much that is remarkable. [...] we doubt whether agriculture, as an art, has anywhere (except in Flanders and Tuscany alone) reached the same perfection as in the less fertile soils of the Lothians, Northumberland, and Norfolk'.
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