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Evidence about the great potential for improving agricultural land in Kent, and how the South Eastern Railway could support this process.
Continued on page 2.
Q: Sufficient to enable you to form some judgement of what advantage the land may derive from a plan of this description
A: I think so
Q: What is the general quality of the land in the District where your land is?
A: In our neighbourhood the Land is chiefly stiff Clay.
Q: Would that be considerably improved by lime and chalk brought at a less expense if you could get it?
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