This summary view of estimates is annexed, in order to aid the Seedsman and Gardener in making out a bill of seed for the purpose of planting any given quantity of ground, under the regulations suggested in the Vegetable Department of the Young Gardener's Assistant, to which the reader is referred for a more concise view of the subject.

Artichoke; an ounce of seed will produce 600 plants, -. -31

Asparagus; one ounce will be sufficient for 1000 plants- ---35 Beans, English Dwarf; one quart of seed will be required for every sixty feet of row, - - ---- -40

Beans, Kidney Dwarf; one quart of seed will plant from 350 to 400 hills, or from 230 to 260 feet of row, - -- -- 41

Beans Pole, or Running; one quart of Lima, or large running Beans will plant about 300 hills, or 250 feet of row, 43

Beet; one ounce may be allotted for every perch, or pole, 45

Borecole, or Kale, an ounce will produce 4000 plants,46

Broccoli; one ounce is sufficient for 4000 plants,- - - -50

Cauliflower; an ounce of this seed will produce 4000 plants,-53

Cabbage; one ounce will produce 4000 plants, ...-55

Cardoon Artichoke; an ounce will produce 600 plants, --63

Carrot; half an ounce may be allotted for every pole, 59

Celery; an ounce of seed will produce 10,000 plants, 60 Corn Salad, or Fetticus; one ounce of seed will sow about two poles of ground,------.- -63

Cucumber; one ounce of seed is sufficient for 200 hills,65

Egg Plant; an ounce of seed will produce 4000 plants,67

Endive, or Succory; an ounce will yield 5000 plants,68

Leek; one ounce of seed may be allotted for 3000 plants,--71

Lettuce; an ounce will produce, say 10.000 plants,- 73

Melon; one ounce of seed will produce from 120 to 150 hills, -74

Melon, Water; an ounce will plant from 40 to 50 hills,75

Onion; one ounce of seed may be allotted for every pole,78

Parsley; two ounces may be allowed for three perches, 80

Parsnip; two ounces may be allotted for three perches, --81

Pepper; one ounce of seed will produce 3000 plants, 82

Peas; one quart will plant from 150 to 200 feel of row,84

Potatoes; from twelve to sixteen bushels may be allotted for an acre,85 Potatoes, Sweet; half a peck of seed, properly managed, will produce 15 bushels,.........86

Pumpkin; one quart of field Pumpkin will plant from 500 to 600 hills, and one ounce of the finest kinds will plant from 50 to SO hills,87 Radish; four ounces will do for every three perches, if sown broadcast, and about half the quantity if sown in drills,89 Salsify; two ounces of this seed will plant three perches,93 Shallots; four bushels of bulbs will plant forty poles, ---9S Spinach; if cultivated in drills, four ounces will plant five perches of land.If broadcast, it will require double the quantity,99 Squash; an ounce of seed will plant from 50 to 100 hills, according to sorts and size,------ 100

Tomato; one ounce of seed will produce 4000 plants, --101

Turnip; one pound of seed is sufficient for an acre of land, -105