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" Kashmir are unacquainted with the employment of honey as the basis of a fermented liquor, but eat it raw, or mixed with various articles of common food, whilst the most wealthy substitute it for sugar in preserving fruits. It is customary to take the... "
Magazine of Botany and Gardening British and Foreign: Comprehending Figures ... - Page 139
by James Burnett - 1836
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

Civilization - 1842
...articles of common food ; whilst the most wealthy substitute it for sugar, and in preserving fruits. It is customary to take the hive every year ; and...support during five months. This amounts to about a third of the whole produce, and would appear to suffice; as swarms seldom die, and the Kashmcrians...
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journal of agriculture

william blackwood - 1849
...operation is found to be the end of September or beginning of October; a little time still remaining to the bees to add to the portion left for their support during five months. This consists of about one-third of the whole produce; and it seems to suffice, as swarms seldom die, and...
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The Young Man's Evening Book: Embracing Sketches and Anecdotes in Natural ...

Handbooks, vade-mecums, etc - 1855 - 324 pages
...wealthy substitute it for sugar in preserving fruits. It is customary to take the hive every year. About the end of September or beginning of October is found...would appear to suffice, as swarms seldom die, and the Cashmeres substitute no other article of food. It is stated that an old swai^n yields more honey than...
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The Cyclopędia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia ..., Volume 1

Edward Balfour - East Asia - 1871
...various articles of common food, whilst the most wealthy substitute it for sugar in preserving fruits. It is customary to take the hive every year, and the...portion left for their support during five months. In consequence of the bees being thus literally domiciliated, they acquire a mildness of conduct far...
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Cyclopędia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia, Commercial ..., Volume 1

Edward Balfour - India - 1871
...various articles of common food , whilst the most wealthy substitute it for sugar iit preserving fruits. It is customary to take the hive every year, and the...operation, a little time still remaining for the bees to arid to the portion left for their support during uve months. In consequence of the bees being thus...
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Cyclopędia of India and of eastern and southern Asia, commercial ..., Volume 1

Edward Balfour - History - 1871
...various articles of common food, whilst the most wealthy substitute it for sugar iu preserving fruits. It is customary to take the hive every year, and the end of September, 01 beginning of October, is found the best season for this operation, a little time still remaining...
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Travels in the Himalayan provinces of Hindustan and the Panjab; in Ladakh ...

William Moorcroft, George Trebeck, Asiatic Society of Bengal - Asia, Central - 1841
...various articles of common food, whilst the most wealthy substitute it for sugar in preserving fruits. It is customary to take the hive every year, and the...support during five months. This amounts to about a third of the whole produce, and would appear to suffice, as swarms seldom die, and the Kashmirians...
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Simmonds's Colonial Magazine and Foreign Miscellany

Peter Lund Simmonds - Great Britain
...various articles of common food, whilst the most wealthy substitute it for sugar in preserving fruits. It is customary to take the hive every year, and the...this operation, a little time still remaining for the bee to add to the portion left for their support during five months. This amounts to about a third...
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