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" Then they blow gently and encrease by degrees 'till they come to the height in ten weeks or more. "Every six days they call a founday, in which space they make eight tun of iron, if you divide the whole sum of iron made by the foundays : for at first... "
Sussex Archaeological Collections Relating to the History and Antiquities of ... - Page 201
1849
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A Compleat Collection of English Proverbs: Also the Most Celebrated Proverbs ...

Proverbs - 1768 - 150 pages
...the Height, in ten Wetks or more. Every fix Days they call a Feunday, in which, Space they make-eight Tun of Iron, if you divide the whole Sum of Iron made by the Foundays : For at firft they make lefs in a Founday, at laft more. The Hearth, by the Force of the Fire, conti^ nually...
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Northern Star and Yorkshire Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 1

Yorkshire (England) - 1817
...furnace ; they put fire for a day or two before they begin to blow. " They then blow gently, and increase by degrees till they come to the height, in ten weeks or more. | *' Every six days they call a Founday. in which space they make eight tun of iron, if yon divide the whole summ of iron made by...
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A Compleat Collection of English Proverbs: Also the Most Celebrated Proverbs ...

English language - 1817 - 308 pages
...they put fire for a day or two 1м-1пп; they begin to blow. Then they blow gently, anil increase by degrees, 'till they come to the height, in ten weeks or more. Every six days they call я fonnday, in which «pace they make eight tun of iron, if you divide the whole suui of iron made...
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The Northern star, or, Yorkshire magazine, Volume 1

Arthur Jewitt - 1817
...they put fire for a day or two before they begin to blow. '• They then blow gently, and increase by degrees till they come to the height, in ten weeks or more. " Every six days they call a Faunday. in which space they make eight too of iron, if you divide the whole summ of iron made by...
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A compleat collection of English proverbs. To which is added, A collection ...

John Ray - 1818
...furnace, they pat fire for а day or two before they begin to blow. Then they blow gently, and increase by degrees, 'till they come to the height, in ten weeks or more. IS very six da^s they call л found ay, in which space they make eight tun of iron, it' von divide...
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A treatise on the progressive improvement and present state of the ..., Volume 1

John Holland - Ironwork - 1831
...furnace, they put fire for a day or two, before they begin to blow : they then blow gently, and increase, by degrees, till they come to the height, in ten weeks or more. " Every six days they call a. founday, in which space they make eight tons of iron ; if you divide the whole sum of iron made...
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A Treatise on the Progressive Improvement and Present State of the ..., Volume 1

John Holland - Ironwork - 1831
...height, in ten weeks or more. " Every six days they call a, founday, in which space they make eight tons of iron ; if you divide the whole sum of iron made by the founday, for at first they make less in a founday, at last more. " The hearth, by the force of the...
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Report on the Manufacture of Iron: Addressed to the Governor of Maryland

John Henry Alexander - Iron - 1840 - 269 pages
...about ten weeks or more. 'Every six days they call a founday; in which space, they make eight tons of iron," if you divide the whole sum of iron made by the founday ; for at first, they make less on a founday, at last, more. 'Of twenty-four loads of coals...
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Archaeologia Cambrensis

Wales - 1863
...degrees, till they come to the height, in two weeks or more. "Every six days they call & founday ; in which space they make eight tun of iron, if you...made by the foundays; for at first they make less in afounday, at last more. " The hearth, by the force of the fire continually blown, grows wider and wider...
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Sussex Archaeological Collections, Illustrating the History and ..., Volume 2

Sussex Archaeological Society - Fiction - 1849
...Hub, Wuitjntrat " Care also must be taken that it be not too much burned, for then it will loop, \. e. melt and run together in a mass. After it is burnt,...height, in ten weeks or more. "Every six days they call &founday, in which space they make eight tun of iron, if you divide the whole sum of iron made by the...
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