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" ... and they draw out the fish with baskets, each according to the land he cultivates, and carry them to it, depositing in each hill three or four fishes, and in these they plant their maize, which grows as luxuriantly therein as though it were the best... "
The New England Farmer - Page 93
1869
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New-England's Memorial

Nathaniel Morton, William Bradford, Thomas Prince, Edward Winslow - Massachusetts - 1669 - 515 pages
...trellices above, so that no more water comes in ; then the water runs out through the lower trellices and they draw out the fish with baskets, each according...not grow, so that such is the nature of the soil. " New Plymouth lies on the slope of a hill stretching east towards the sea-coast, with a broad street...
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New York (State) - 1849
...trellices above, so that no more water comes in ; then the water runs out through the lower trellices, and they draw out the fish with baskets, each according...not grow, so that such is the nature of the soil. New Plymouth lies on the slope of a hill stretching east towards the sea-coast, with a broad street...
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ...

New York (State) - 1849
...trellices above, so that no more water comes in ; then the water runs out through the lower trellices, and they draw out the fish with baskets, each according...not grow, so that such is the nature of the soil. New Plymouth lies on the slope of a hill stretching east towards the sea-coast, with a broad street...
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Pilgrim Memorials, and Guide for Visitors to Plymouth Village: With a ...

William Shaw Russell - Plymouth (Mass.) - 1851 - 148 pages
...trellices above, so that no more water comes in; then the water runs out through the lower trellices and they draw out the fish with baskets, each according...not grow, so that such is the nature of the soil. New Plymouth lies on the slope of a hill stretching east towards the sea-coast, with a broad street...
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Pilgrim Memorials, and Guide for Visitors to Plymouth Village: With a ...

William Shaw Russell - Massachusetts - 1851 - 148 pages
...trellices above, so that no more water comes in ; then the water runs out through the lower trellices and they draw out the fish with baskets, each according...though it were the best manure in the world : and if 115 they do not lay this fish therein, the maize will not grow, so that such is the nature of the soil....
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The Pilgrim Fathers: Or, The Founders of New England in the Reign of James ...

William Henry Bartlett - Pilgrims (New Plymouth Colony) - 1853 - 240 pages
...trellices above, so that no more water comes in ; then the water runs out through the lower trellices, and they draw out the fish with baskets, each according...best manure in the world ; and if they do not lay the fish therein, the maize will not grow, so that such is the nature of the soil." The Town Brook...
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History of New England, Volume 1

John Gorham Palfrey - New England - 1858
...up above where they deposit their spawn, that at one tide there are ten thousand to twelve thousand fish in it, which they shut off" in the rear at the...best manure in the world ; and if they do not lay these fishes therein, the maize will not grow, such is the nature of the soil. " New Plymouth lies...
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History of New England, Volume 1

John Gorham Palfrey - New England - 1859
...up above where they deposit their spawn, that at one tide there are ten thousand to twelve thousand fish in it, which they shut off in the rear at the...best manure in the world ; and if they do not lay these fishes therein, the maize will not grow, such is the nature of the soil. " New Plymouth lies...
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HISTORY OF NEW ENGLAND

JOHN GORHAM PALFREY - 1859
...in the rear at the ebb, and close up the trellises above so that no more water comes in ; then 1jhe water runs out through the lower trellises, and they...best manure in the world; and if they "do not lay these fishes therein, the maize will not grow, such is the nature of the soil. " New Plymouth lies...
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History of New England During the Stuart Dynasty, Volume 1

John Gorham Palfrey - New England - 1876
...through the lower trellises, and they draw out the fish with baskets, each according to the land ho cultivates, and carry them to it, depositing in each...the best manure in the world; and if they do not lay these fishes therein, the maize will not grow, such is the nature of the soil. " New Plymouth lies...
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