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" ... of meat or cheese. The same area at the bottom of the sea, on the best fishing grounds, yields a greater weight of food to the persevering fisherman every week in the year. Five vessels, belonging to the same owner, in a single night's fishing, brought... "
The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley: Supplementary Volume - Page 79
by Thomas Henry Huxley, Sir Michael Foster, Sir Edwin Ray Lankester - 1903 - 90 pages
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British Farmer's Magazine

Agriculture - 1869
...food to the persevering fisherman every week in the year. Five vessels belonging to the same owner, in a single 'night's fishing, brought in 17 tons'...wholesome food equal in weight to that of 50 cattle, or 800 sheep, The ground which these vessels covered during the night's fishing could not have exceeded...
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Annals of British Legislation: Digest of blue books, Volume 3

Leone Levi - Law - 1866
...food to the persevering fishermen every week in the year. Five vessels belonging to the same owner, in a single night's fishing, brought in 17 tons weight...wholesome food equal in weight to that of 50 cattle or 800 sheep. The ground which these vessels covered during the night's fishing could not have exceeded...
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The North British Review, Volumes 44-45

Allan Freer - History - 1866
...food to the persevering fisherman every week in the year. Five vessels belonging to the same owner, in a single night's fishing, brought in 17 tons' weight...amount of wholesome food equal in weight to that of fifty cattle or SOU sheep. The ground which these vessels covered during the night's fishing could...
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The North British review

1866
...brought in 17 tons' weight of fish,—an amount of wholesome food equal in weight to that of fifty cattle or 300 sheep. The ground which these vessels...night's fishing could not have exceeded an area of fifty acres. ' When we consider the amount of care that has been bestowed on the improvement of agriculture,...
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British Farmer's Magazine

Agriculture - 1866
...the same owner, in a single night's foisf, brought in 17 tons weight of fish, an amount of whoksc» food equal in weight to that of 50 cattle or 300 sheep. Д* ground which these vessels covered during the night'« ¿¿с< could not have exceeded an area...
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Practical Water-farming

William Peard - Fish-culture - 1868 - 256 pages
...food to the persevering fisherman every week in the year. Five vessels belonging to the same owner, in a single night's fishing, brought in 17 tons weight...fishing could not have exceeded an area of 50 acres. "When we consider the amount of care that has been bestowed on the improvement of agriculture, the...
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The salmon fisheries of England, 1868

Thomas Ashworth - Fisheries - 1868 - 24 pages
...single night's fishing, brought in 17 tons of fish, an amount equal in weight to 50 cattle or 30t1 sheep. The ground which these vessels covered, during...fishing, could not have exceeded an area of 50 acres." If we estimate the annual profit of 50 acres of the best land at £'2 per acre, that is £100, and...
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Social Politics in Great Britain and Ireland

John Kirk - Great Britain - 1870 - 196 pages
...food to the persevering fisherman every week in the year. Five vessels belonging to the same owner, in a single night's fishing, brought in 17 tons weight of fish, an amount of wholesome food equal to that of * Parliamentary paper 443, 1867. 50 cattle or 300 sheep. The ground which these vessels...
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George Nall's penny Yarmouth guide

George Nall - Great Yarmouth (England) - 1871 - 320 pages
...food to the persevering fishermen every week in the year. Five vessels belonging to the same owner, in a single night's fishing, brought in 17 tons weight...during the night's fishing could not have exceeded 50 acres." The Mackerel Fishery commences on the 10th of May, and ends on the 10th of July. About 90...
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Our national resources; and how they are wasted

William Hoyle - 1871
...food to the persevering fisherman every week in the year. Five vessels belonging to the same owner, in a single night's fishing, brought in 17 tons weight of fish, — an amount of wholesome food equal to that of 50 cattle, or 300 sheep. The ground which these vessels covered could not have exceeded...
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