Sammlung gemeinverständlicher wissenschaftlicher Vorträge, herausg. von R. Virchow und Fr. v. Holtzendorff

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Page 34 - Commonwealth, as well as to ploughe 35 grounde without horses or oxen, and to enrich or make better and more fertille, as well barren peate, salte, and sea sande, as inland and upland grounde within our Kingdomes of England and Ireland, and onr Domynyon of Wales.
Page 34 - ... soever, without the vse or helpe of horses or oxen, by meanes of an engine, by them newly invented and framed, and not formerly practized or vsed within our Kingdome of England or Dominion of Wales, by the labour and strength of two men onlie, to drive or enforce the said engine, and of one other p'son to hould or guide the plowe or sullowe to be drawne with the same engine, whereby great benefitt and comodytie may arise to our lovinge subjectes.
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Page 34 - Commonwealth, for the earinge and plonghinge of land of what kinde soever, without the vse or helpe of horses or oxen, by meanes of an engine, by them newly invented and framed, and not formerly practized or vsed within our Kingdome of England or Dominion of Wales, by the labour and strength of two men onlie, to drive or enforce the...
Page 33 - Whereas there have been for a long time practised in this country a barbarous custome of plowing, harrowing, drawing, and working with horses and other animals by the tayle, whereby the breed of animals in the kingdom is much impaired, and great cruelty perpetnted, these practices were henceforward to be considered illegal, and the offender subjected to fine and imprisonment.

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