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" Heath, and such like matter, in some parts where Turf is plentiful ; they build up little Cabbins thereof, with Arched Roofs of Turf, without a stick of Timber in it ; when the House is dry enough to burn, it serves them for fuel, and they remove to another. "
Censura Literaria: Containing Titles, Abstracts, and Opinions of Old English ... - Page 376
by Sir Egerton Brydges - 1815
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

Literary Criticism - 1789
...arched roofs of turf, without a nick of timber in it; when the houfe is dry enough to burn, it ferves them for fuel, and they remove to another. The habit...Low-land gentry go well enough habited, but the poorer fort go (almoft) naked, only an old cloke, or a part of their bed-cloaths thrown over them. The Highlanders...
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The Harleian miscellany; or, A collection of ... pamphlets and tracts ... in ...

Harleian miscellany - History - 1808
...them ; men, women, and children, p'g all together in a poor mouse. hole of mud, heath, and such-likc matter. In some parts where turf is plentiful, they...burn, it serves them for fuel, and they remove to an. other. The h.ibit of the people is very different, according to the qualities, or the places they...
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The Harleian Miscellany, Or A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and ..., Volume 7

1810
...mud, heath, and such-like matter. In some parts where turf is plentiful, they build up little cabbius thereof, with arched roofs of turf, without a stick...according to the qualities, or the places they live in, as low-land'or high-land men. The low-land gentry go well enough habjlted, but the poorer sort go (almost)...
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The Harleian miscellany; or, A collection of scarce, curious, and ..., Volume 7

Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress), Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress) - History - 1810
...plentiful, they build up little cubbins thereof, with arched roof* of turf, without a stick of limber in it ; when the house is dry enough to burn, it serves them for fuel, and they remove to an. other. The habit of the people is very different, according to the qualities, or the places they...
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The Harleian Miscellany: A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and ..., Volume 7

William Oldys, John Malham - 1810
...little cabbins thereof, with arched rpof's of turf, without a stick of timber in it; when the hou»,j is dry enough to burn, it serves them for fuel, and they remove to an. other. The habit of the people is very different, according to the qualities, or the places they...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 2

Literary Criticism - 1818
....utnl. heath, ami such like matter. In some parts where turf is plentiful, they build up little cabbint thereof with arched roofs of turf, without a stick...enough habited, but the poorer sort go (almost) naked, only an old cloak, or a part of their bed-cloaths thrown over them. The Highlanders wear slashed doublets,...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 2

Labor unions - 1818
...mud, heath, and such like matter. In some parts where turf is plentiful, they I mild up little rabbins thereof with arched roofs of turf, without a stick...Low-land gentry go well enough habited, but the poorer tort go (almost) naked, only an old cloak, or a part of their bed-doaths thrown over them. The Highlanders...
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History of Civilization in England, Volume 2

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1861
...huts as never eye beheld." . ..." In some parts, where turf is plentiful, they build up little cabbing thereof, with arched roofs of turf, without a stick...serves them for fuel, and they remove to another." Harleian Miscellany, vol. vi. p. 139, 4to, 1810. •' " Our manufactures were carried on by the meanest...
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Geschichte der Civilisation in England, Volume 2

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1861
...eye beheld." .... „In some parts, where turf is plentifnl, they build up little cabbins thcrcof, with arched roofs of turf, without a stick of timber...serves them for fuel, and they remove to another." Harleian Miscellany, VI, 139', 4to, 1810. fl7) „Our manufactures were carried on by the meanest of...
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History of Civilization in England, Volume 1

Henry Thomas Buckle - France - 1864
...huts as never eye beheld." . ..." In some parts, where turf is plentiful, they build up little cabbing thereof, with arched roofs of turf, without a stick...serves them for fuel, and they remove to another." Harleian Miscellany, vol. vi. p. 139, 4to, 1810. 57 " Our manufactures were carried on by the meanest...
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