Excerpt from The British Bee Journal, and Bee-Keeper's Adviser, 1875-6, Vol. 3
Bee-houses, 81 Bee-inoculation, 48 Bee-keepers, proposed coun ty Associations of, 93 Bee-keepers' short hand, 176 Bee-keeping,'its neglect in England, 1 its cultivation in Germany, 1, 7; new books ... on, 13, 32 value of large populations of bees in, 25 old-fashioned, 34; hintstocottagers on, 72; in Birmingham, 69 in Corn wall, ib.; in Canada, 100; lecture on, 118; in a cot tage, 173; Mrs. Tupper's prize essay on, 186-189, 204 - 206; and the coming show at Birmingham, 212 Bee life', saving,'73, 100 Bee~lore, the Laureate's, 74 Bee-management, treatises on, required, 76 Bee, natural history of the, 189, 190, 223; anatomy of the, 224; a rival to the, Bee-pipe, the smoker's, 223 Bee prospects, 1875, 95 Bee-puzzle, a, 52 Bee Preserver, the, 216 Bee-quieting, vesuvians use ful for, 172 Bee Bee-stands, grounds in front and round, 196 Bee-stings, cure for, 162 Bee - writers, experience of, 192 Bees, swarming and hiving, 2, 3; comb-building, 3; highway robbery by, 10; remarkable swarms of, 28; building horizontally, 34, 35; out for a picnic, 41, 73; before the magistrates, 45; their longevity, 53, 161, 162; their prepara tions before swarming, 54; their gnawing propensity, 56; how prevented from fighting, ib.; their removal to the moors, 67, 101; their freaks, 76; natural history of, 78 in a barrel, in skeps, 81; their line of ¿ight, 87 at fruit and ¿ower shows, 88; a holiday among the, 96; in an attic, 107; requisite amount of food, 107; do they eat frui't? 139, 160; do they-use soot? 161; in Camden Town, 164, 177; utilising condemned, 141 their peculiarities, 173; in confinement, 174; -burying, 178; our, 181; shall we improve our? 193, 194; casting out rival queens, 195; how to feed without being an aoibdgirfith'. Robber-bees.
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