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" When a man is enamoured of a young woman, and wishes to marry her, he proposes the affair to her parents, (without whose consent no marriage in this colony can take place); if they have no objection, they allow him to tarry with her one night, in order... "
Travels through the interior parts of America: in a series of letters - Page 97
by Thomas Anburey - 1789
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Travels through the middle settlements in North-America, in the years 1759 ...

Andrew Burnaby - 1775
...province, and is called Tarrying, has given occafion to this refledtion. When a man is enamoured of a young woman, and wifhes to marry her, he propofes the affair...confent no marriage in this colony can take place) j if they have no objection, they allow i 84 TRAVELS THROUGH low him to tarry with her one night> in...
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 39

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1775
...young woman, and wifhes to marry her, he propofes the affair to her parents, (without whofe confentno marriage in this colony can take place); if they have no objection, they allow him to tarry with her one night, in order to make his court to her. At their ufual time...
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A Tour in Ireland in 1775

Richard Twiss - Ireland - 1776 - 2 pages
...lower " people ** people in Maflachufets Bay, called Tar'* rying. When a man is enamoured of a " young woman, and wifhes to marry her, " he propofes the...colony can take place. If they " have no objection, they allow him to u tarry with her one night, in order to *' make his court to her. At the ufual *c...
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A tour in Ireland in 1775

Richard Twiss - Ireland - 1776 - 204 pages
...people in MafTachufets Bay, called Tar" rying. When a man is enamoured of a " young woman, and wiflies to marry her, " he propofes the affair to her parents,...colony can take place. If they " have no objection, they allow him to " tarry with her one night, in order to " make his court to her. At the ufual *'...
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The Historical Magazine, Or, Classical Library of Public Events ..., Volume 1

History - 1789
...of a woman, and wiihes to marry her, he propofcs the affair to her parents, (without whole conCent no marriage, in this colony, can take place ;) if...to tarry with her one night, in order to make his couit. At the ulual time, the old couple retire to bed, leaving the young ones to fctt]e matters as...
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Burnaby's Travels Through North America

Rufus Rockwell Wilson - 1904
...young woman, and wishes to marry her, he proposes the affair to her parents, (without whose consent no marriage in this colony can take place); if they have no objection, they allow him to tarry with her one night, in order to make his court to her. At their usual time...
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Burnaby's Travels Through North America

Andrew Burnaby, Francis Fauquier - Meteorology - 1904 - 265 pages
...young woman, and wishes to marry her, he proposes the affair to her parents, (without whose consent no marriage in this colony can take place); if they have no objection, they allow him to tarry with her one night, in order to make his court to her. At their usual time...
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Burnaby's Travels Through North America

Andrew Burnaby, Francis Fauquier - Meteorology - 1904 - 265 pages
...young woman, and wishes to marry her, he proposes the affair to her parents, (without whose consent no marriage in this colony can take place); if they have no objection, they allow him to tarry with her one night, in order to make his court to her. At their usual time...
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Women in Early America: Struggle, Survival, and Freedom in a New World

Dorothy A. Mays - History - 2004 - 495 pages
...young woman and wishes to marry her, he proposes that affair to her parents, without whose consent no marriage in this colony can take place; if they have no objection, they allow him to tarry with her one night, in order to make his court. At their usual time the old...
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