Excerpt from The Monthly Magazine, or British Register, Vol. 11: Including Miscellaneous Communications From Correspondents, on All Subjects of Literature and Science, Memoirs of Distinguished Persons, Original Letters, Anecdotes, &C., Poetry; Part I, for 1801, From January to June, Inclusive As from Dr. Wilkinl'on's account of the Triticum Ellivum, although it has' fome good advantages attending it, it does not appear to he, on e whole, a pre ferable fort; 1 lhoul recommend the common fit for l'pring (owing. Except when the (owing is very late. The mid dle of May, which would motl probably be much too late for them, ap cars, by that gentleman's experience, to euot to late for this font.
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