the most ample development to the original design of the Society.
, and Liverpool Horticultural Associations, have each established Experimental Gardens, and the beneficial effects have been conspicuously experienced; and not only throughout England
,--but the whole civilized world is deriving advantages from those magnificent depositories, of the rarest products which have been collected from the vast domains of Pomona
These noble precedents have been followed in Russia
We also must emulate the meritorious examples of those renowned institutions, and be thus enabled to reciprocate their favors, from like collections of useful and ornamental plants.
An equally enlightened taste will be thus superinduced for those comforts and embellishments, and that intellectual enjoyment, which the science and practice of Horticulture afford.
With the Experimental Garden
, it is recommended to unite a Rural Cemetery; for the period is not distant, when all the burial-grounds within the City
will be closed, and others must be formed in the country, the primitive and only proper location.
There the dead may repose undisturbed, through countless ages.
There can be formed a public place of sepulchre, where monuments may be erected to our illustrious men, whose remains, thus far, have unfortunately been consigned to obscure and isolated tombs, instead of being collected within one common depository, where their great deeds might be perpetuated and their memories cherished by succeeding generations.
Though dead, they would be