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" is covered with fnow, fo many as die are piled up in a hovel in the fuburbs, like billets on " a wood-ftack; they are as hard with the froft as a very ftone, till the fpring-tidc come and " refolve the froft, what time every man taketh his dead friend,... "
The Anglo-Saxon Version - Page 37
by Paulus Orosius - 1773 - 501 pages
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Piscatory Eclogues: With Other Poetical Miscellanies

Phineas Fletcher - 1771 - 151 pages
...as die all the winter time) are piled " up in a houfe in the fuburbs, like billets on a wood-ftack, as " hard with the froft as a very ftone, till the...come " and refolve the froft, what time every man ukcth his dead " friend and committeth him to the ground." What What cares he for poore Thelgon's plaintful...
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Annual Register, Volume 16

Edmund Burke - History - 1774
...fame practice continuing in Ibme parts of Mufcovy. " In winter time, when all is covered with Show, fo many as die are piled up in a hovel in the Suburbs, like billets on a wood-Slack ; they are as bard with «he froft as a very ftone, till the...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1793
...Elizabeth to Rnffi', fives an account of the lame practice continuing in fome pans of Mufcory. •• In winter time, when all is covered with fnow, fo many as die are piled up " in »hovel in the liiburbs, like billets on a weed flack ; they are as haiJ " wiih the froft аз a very...
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An inaugural lecture on the utility of Anglo-Saxon literature: to which is ...

Alfred (King of England), Johann Reinhold Forster - Anglo-saxon literature - 1807 - 112 pages
...Queen Elizabeth to Ruma, gives an account of the fame practice continuing in fome parts of Mofcovy. " In winter time, when all " is covered with fnow, fo...are as hard with the froft as a very ftone, till the fpring-tidc come and " refolve the froft, what time every man taketh his dead friend, and committeth...
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An Inaugural Lecture on the Utility of Anglo-Saxon Literature: To which is ...

Johann Reinhold Forster - English literature - 1807 - 112 pages
...Queen Elizabeth to Ruflia, gives an account of the fame practice continuing in fome parts of Mofcovy. " In winter time, when all " is covered with fnow, fo...are piled up in a hovel in the fuburbs, like billets oh " a wood-ftack ; they are as hard with the froft as a very ftone, till the fpring-tide tome and...
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