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A FOOTPATH WALK AND ITS INCIDENTS - HARVEST ASPECTS - ENGLISH AND AMERICAN SKIES - HUMBLER OBJECTS OF CONTEMPLATION - THE DONKEY: ITS USES AND ABUSES.

HOSPITALITIES OF "FRIENDS" - HARVEST ASPECTS - ENGLISH COUNTRY INNS; THEIR APPEARANCE, NAMES, AND DISTINCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS - THE LANDLADY, WAITER, CHAMBERMAID, AND BOOTS - EXTRA FEES AND EXTRA COMFORTS.

LIGHT OF HUMAN LIVES - PHOTOGRAPHS AND BIOGRAPHS - THE LATE JONAS WEBB, HIS LIFE, LABORS, AND MEMORY.

The next morning I resumed my walk and visited a locality bearing a name and association of world-wide celebrity and interest.  It is the name of a small rural hamlet, hardly large enough to be called a village, and marked by no trait of nature or art to give it distinction.

THRESHING MACHINE - FLOWER SHOW - THE HOLLYHOCK AND ITS SUGGESTIONS - THE LAW OF CO-OPERATIVE ACTIVITIES IN VEGETABLE, ANIMAL, MENTAL, AND MORAL LIFE.

VISIT TO A THREE-THOUSAND-ACRE FARM - SAMUEL JONAS - HIS AGRICULTURAL OPERATIONS, THEIR EXTENT, SUCCESS, AND GENERAL ECONOMY.

ROYSTON AND ITS SPECIALITIES - ENTERTAINMENT IN A SMALL VILLAGE - ST. IVES - VISITS TO ADJOINING VILLAGES - A FEN-FARM - CAPITAL INVESTED IN ENGLISH AND AMERICAN AGRICULTURE COMPARED - ALLOTMENTS AND GARDEN TENANTRY - BARLEY GROWN ON OATS.

THE MILLER OF HOUGHTON - AN HOUR IN HUNTINGDON - OLD HOUSES - WHITEWASHED TAPESTRY AND WORKS OF ART - "THE OLD MERMAID" AND "THE GREEN MAN" - TALK WITH AGRICULTURAL LABORERS - THOUGHTS ON THEIR CONDITION, PROSPECTS, AND POSSIBILITIES.

FARM GAME - HALLETT WHEAT - OUNDLE - COUNTRY BRIDGES - FOTHERINGAY CASTLE - QUEEN MARY'S IMPRISONMENT AND EXECUTION - BURGHLEY HOUSE: THE PARK, AVENUES, ELMS, AND OAKS - THOUGHTS ON TREES, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN.

WALK TO OAKHAM - THE ENGLISH AND AMERICAN SPRING - THE ENGLISH GENTRY - A SPECIMEN OF THE CLASS - MELTON MOWBRAY AND ITS SPECIALITIES - BELVOIR VALE AND ITS BEAUTY - THOUGHTS ON THE BLIND PAINTER.

NOTTINGHAM AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS - NEWSTEAD ABBEY - MANSFIELD - TALK IN A BLACKSMITH'S SHOP - CHESTERFIELD, CHATSWORTH AND HADDON HALL - ARISTOCRATIC CIVILISATION, PRESENT AND PAST.

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