Farther Observations on the Agricultural Experiment Detailed in the Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine for September, 1822, p. 573
Letter; Letter, Extract
Agriculture, Experiment, Botanical Gardens, Wonder, Anthropocentrism, Piety
Cambridge University—Botanic Garden , Society Instituted at Bath for the Encouragement of Agriculture
Miller 1768 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Letters and Papers on Agriculture
The article consists of two letters, one from the author to Adam Clarke and Clarke's reply. The author having noted that an experiment similar to Clarke's had been carried out some years before, Clarke replies giving further details, and suggesting that his own experiment was more impressive. He concludes that the 'whole has the most direct tendency to show the inexhaustible power with which God has endued the seeds of vegetables, and especially those which are of most use to man' (650).
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