. Annual catalogue of the New England Agricultural Warehouse and Seed Store, connected with the New England Farmer Office, No. 51 & 52 North Market Street, Boston. Garden Seeds, cfc. 51 can be raised and swung over on the other half as occasion re- quires. Its advantage over the common Harrows is, that it is less liable to be stopped, as one side may be elevated or turned to a perpendicular position, while the other side proceeds horizontal- ly; it may thus be drawn nearer to rocks, trees, &c. It w',11 like- wise better adapt itself to ridges, hollows, and uneven land. Harrow Teeth of all sizes, steel or iron. LOCK'S GARDEN AND FIELD ROLLERS.. It is found by our best practical and scientific farmers th.it grass seed, sown in I lie fall requires to be rolled in the spring as soon as the ground is iu fit order, otherwise the small plants, being but slightly rooted, heave up by the frost and sutler perhaps total de- struction. Among the many uses to which the roller may be ap- plied, none perhaps would be more valuable than rolling grass land in the spring. Fall sown grass seed and grain are liable to be winter killed, or destroyed by frost: but when rolled in, there will be less danger either from frostor drought, if the seed is well cov- ered with a harrow and the ground is well rolled. If the ground is very mellow, the large sized wooden roller is preferred, as it presses the ground more direct, and renders the surlace more regUr lar and even, and moves easier. For garden rollers or gravel walks, the stone or iron rollers are preferred. The Rollers vary in price, accoiding to the size. CAST STEEL SPADES AND SHOVELS.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Joseph Breck & Co; Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection. Boston, Mass. : Joseph Breck & Co.