Report Of Deputation Received At The Scottish Office, Edinburgh: By The Right Hon. W. H. Long, M. P., President Of The Board Of Agriculture, Etc., ... Society, 23Rd October 1895 (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from Report of Deputation Received at the Scottish Office, Edinburgh: By the Right Hon. W. H. Long, M. P., President of the Board of Agriculture, Etc., Etc., From the Royal Scottish Arboricultural Society, 23rd October 1895A2sir, a considerable area of Crown lands has been sold in Scotland of late years, amounting in value, I think, to something like a quarter of a million, the proceeds ha...

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nvested in London ground rents. Some of us think that if invested in State forests in Scotland, it would have been an investment of greater utility to this country. But there are divergent notions as to whether the State should acquire forests for economic purposes, or for educational and experimental purposes, and I do not think we should be disposed to advocate any wide creation of State forests for economic purposes at the present moment, though I believe they will zome, and should come; but a strong case, no doubt, will be presented to you for the acquisi tion of an area, or more than one area, for the pu rposes of experiment and for the purposes of education. I should be sorry if the end of State forests for economic purposes were put entirely out of view, because owing to the time for which capital must be locked up, and owing to the expense of plantations, it is difficult for private enterprise to overtake the afforestation of waste lands and judging by experience abroad, we think we might have a considerable portion, especially of the Highland area planted. Meanwhile, it might, perhaps, be considered whether loans could not be advanced to landowners at the Government rate of interest, which would enable them, under proper super vision and restrictions, to develop the system of private planta tion, as in analogous cases in Prussia, and that might help very much in the development of the forestry area. No doubt, the question of railway rates may be brought to your notice in connection with the carriage of timber. Those are, I think, the main points Which interest us, and our leading object in coming to you today is to support the proposition that there should be a sub-departme'nt of the Board of Agriculture in Edinburgh, with a representative for forestry having an othee in that establishment. The forestry side of the Board of Agriculture has not hitherto been able to do very much for us. I must confess myself that I never thought it would, at any rate in the earlier stages, and when the Bill for the creation of the Board of Agriculture was before the House of Commons I moved an amendment that forestry should be excluded. Because I saw such great difficulties in the way of the Board of Agriculture taking it up. The interest Which you have shown and your kindness in seeing us to-day leads us to hope that you may give your favourable consideration to the case as we shall state it before you, and we believe that by appointing a representative of Scottish forestry in Edinburgh something really may be done, in spite of all the disadvantages Which have to be faced, to encourage the development of forestry in Scotland. Those points which I have alluded to will be amplified by some of the speakers who are to follow me, and I would ask Mr. Slater, as a practical forester, to speak upon the present condition of forestry in Scotland.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com