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Seite 734 - restless are the snorting swine; The busy flies disturb the kine; Low o'er the grass the swallow wings; The cricket too how sharp he sings; . Puss on the hearth, with velvet paws, Sits wiping o'er her whiskered jaws; Through the clear stream the fishes rise,
Seite 132 - of Israel: and ye shall give thereof the Lord's heave-offering to Aaron the priest. Out of all your gifts ye shall offer every heave-offering of the Lord, of all the best thereof, even the hallowed part thereof, out of it¿ Therefore thou shalt say
Seite 578 - mix a little wax with the grease, it will give it a consistency, and render it more cleanly, and make the rushes burn longer; mutton suet would have the same effect. A good rush which measured in length two feet four inches and a half, being minuted, burnt only three minutes short of an hour.
Seite 578 - in dipping these rushes in the scalding fat or grease, but this knack also is to be obtained by practice. The careful wife of an industrious Hampshire labourer obtains all her fat for nothing, for she saves the scumming. of her bacon pot for this use;
Seite 734 - hid her head; The boding shepherd heaves a sigh, For see a rainbow spans the sky: The walls are damp, the ditches smell, Closed is the pink-eyed pimperneL Hark how the
Seite 73 - the great object in the application of manure should be to make it afford as much soluble matter as possible to the roots of the plants, and that in a slow and gradual manner, so that it may be entirely consumed in forming the sap or organized parts of the plant.
Seite 131 - And if he that sanctified it will redeem his house, then he shall add the fifth part of the money of thy estimation unto it, and it shall be his.
Seite 894 - Loud, deep, and lang, the thunders bellowed; That night a child might understand The Deil had business on his hand.
Seite 84 - grew, and that those which did vegetate died away afterwards; whilst about 80 or 90 per cent. of good seed usually grows. The seed so treated was sold to retail dealers in the country, who of course endeavoured to
Seite 98 - of mud walls, and their knaves, In the like manner, without meat or drink, and this from Easter to Michaelmas; and from that time less, according to the direction of the justices.—By the 34th of Edward III, 1361, chIef masters of carpenters and masons, 4d. a.day, and the others 3d. or 2d. as they