The price of a single copy of each, to one person, to $2.25: two copies, $4; four copies, $7; eight copies, $13; and any larger numher at the same rate, which include the postage on the Register. Where, however, the subscribers are already supplied with the Register, or do not wish it, we will send the Country Gentleman alone as follows: - Three copies for $5; five copies, $8; ten copies, $15. New volumes begin with July and January, each year, the 19th commences with January 1, 1862. Subscribers in the British Provinces will add twenty-six cents a year to the above terms, to cover the United States Postage to the Canada Lines.


The Country Gentleman is the name of, without question, the Best Agricultural Paper in the United States. It is devoted to Practical Hosbandry, Agricultural News, Rural Architecture, Grazing, Horticulture, Fruit Culture, the Kitchen and Flower Gardens, Housewifery, the Dairy, Poultry Yard, Fireside, etc.; etc. It is illustrated with superior engravings, and in fact combines, in one large sheet, an Agricultural, Horticultural and Family Journal. - Chicago Dem.

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