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" It strengtheneth drink, and it flavoureth malt, And being well brewed, long kept it will last, And drawing abide — if ye draw not too fast. "
Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry,: As Well for the Champion Or Open ... - Page 167
by Thomas Tusser - 1812 - 374 pages
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British Farmer's Magazine, Volume 8

Agriculture - 1844
...guest ; But wind in the north, or else northerly-east, To hop is as ill, as a fray in a feast. Neat plot for a hop-yard, once found as is told, Make thereof...Now dig it, and leave it the sun for to burn, And afterwards fence it, to serve for that turn. The hop for his profit / thus do exalt, It strengthened...
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Cyclopędia of English literature

Robert Chambers - 1844
...a fay in a feast. Meet plot for a hop-yard once found as is toM, Make thereof account, as of jewel aft coude he wel alle the usage. Upon his arme, he bun), And afterwards fence it, to serve for that turn. The hop for his profit I thus do exalt, It strengthened...
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Cyclopędia of English Literature: A Selection of the Choicest Productions ...

Robert Carruthers - English literature - 1847
...welcomed guest ; But wind in the north, or else northerly east, To the hop is as ill an a fay in a feast. r's plays arc' generally in the same graceful and fanciful style as the poe jewel of gold ; Now dig it, and leave it, the sun for to burn, And afterwards fence it, to serve for...
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Cyclopaedia of English literature: a selection of the choicest ..., Volume 1

Robert Carruthers - English literature - 1847
...welcomed guest ; But wind in the north, or else northerly east, To the hop is as ill ae a fay in a feast. a jewel of gold ; Now dig it, and leave it, the sun for to bum, And afterwards fence it, to serve for...
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On the Agriculture of Suffolk

William Raynbird, Hugh Raynbird - Agriculture - 1849 - 324 pages
...welcomed guest ; But wind in the north, or else northerly east, To the hop is as ill as a fay in a feast. Meet plot for a hop-yard once found, as is told, Make thereof account as of jewel of gold : Now dig it and leave it, the sun for to burn, And afterwards fence it to serve for...
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Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A Selection of the Choicest ..., Volume 1

Robert Chambers - English literature - 1850
...a fay in a feaet. Meet plot for a hop-yard once found as is told, Make thereof account, as of jewel e of art,' are descanted upon with pnre poetical feeling and afterwards fence it, to serve for that turn. The hop for his profit I thus do exalt, It strengthened...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 74

1853
...welcommed ghest ; Bat wind in the north, or else northerly east, To hop is as ill as fray in a feast. Meet plot for a hop-yard, once found as is told, Make thereof account, as of jewel of gold ; Now dig it and leave it, the sun for to burne, And afterwards fense it, to serve for...
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The chemistry of common life

James Finlay Weir Johnston - Chemistry, Technical - 1854 - 654 pages
...welcommed ghest; But wind in the oorth, or else northerly east. To bop is as ill as fray in a feast. Meet plot for a hop-yard, once found as is told, Make thereof account as of jewel of gold ; Now dig it and leave it, the sun for to burne, And afterwards feuse it, to servo for...
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THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON LIFE

JAMES F. JOHNSTON - 1855
...welcommed ghcst ; But wind in the north, or else northerly east, To hop is as ill as fray in a feast. Meet plot for a hop-yard, once found as is told, Make thereof account as of jewel of gold ; Now dig it and leave it, the sun for to burne, And afterwards fense it, to serve for...
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Specimens with Memoirs of the Less-known British Poets, Volume 1

George Gilfillan - English poetry - 1860
...welcomed guest; But wind in the north, or else northerly east, To the hop is as ill as a fray in a feast. Meet plot for a hop-yard once found as is told, Make thereof account, as of jewel of gold; Now dig it, and leave it, the sun for to burn, And afterwards fence it, to serve for...
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