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" The tenure, by which the great body of the people held their property, was very different. In every district a certain quantity of land was measured out in proportion to the number of families. This was cultivated by the joint labour of the whole ; its... "
The history of America. In which is included the posthumous volume ... - Seite 283
von William Robertson - 1803
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Band 20

Edmund Burke - 1794
...tenure, by which the great body of the people held their propeity, was very different. In every diitrift a certain quantity of land was meafured out, in proportion...the whole ; its produce was depofited in a common lloiehoufe, and divided among them according to their refpedive exigencies. The members of the Ca.'pullee,...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Band 44

Tobias Smollett - 1777
...tenure by which the great body of the people held their property was very different. In every diftrift a certain quantity of land was meafured out, in proportion...depofited in a common ftore-houfe, and divided among them in proportion to their refpeftive exigencies. In the latter, all the lands capable of cultivation were...
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Annual Register, Band 20

Edmund Burke - 1779
...tenure, by which the great body of the people held their property, was very different. In every diftrift a certain quantity of land was meafured out, in proportion to the pumber of families. This w*s cultivated by the joint labour of the whole ; its produce was depoiited...
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The History of America, Band 3

William Robertson - 1780
...tenure, by which the great body of the people held their property, was very different. In every diftrict a certain quantity of land was meafured out, in proportion...This was cultivated by the joint labour of the whole i its produce was depofited in a common ftorehoufe, and divided among them according to their refpective...
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The History of America, Band 3

William Robertson - 1787
...tenure, by which the great body of the people held their property, was very different. In every diftrift a certain quantity of land was meafured out, in proportion...labour of the whole ; its produce was depofited in a1 common ftorc-houfe, and divided among them according to their refpeftive exigencies. The members...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1794
...tenure, by which the great body of the people held their property, was very different. In every diitriet a certain quantity of land was meafured out, in proportion...families. This was cultivated by the joint labour of the who'.e ; its produce was depofited in a common liorehoufe, and divided among them according to their...
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The History of America, Band 3

William Robertson - 1800
...tenure, by which the great body of the people held their property, was very different. In every diftrict a certain quantity of land was meafured out in proportion...ftorehoufe, and divided among them according to their refpective exigencies. The members of the Galpullce, or aflbciations, could not alienate their fhare...
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The History of the Discovery and Settlement: To the Present Time, of North ...

William Mavor - 1804 - 383 Seiten
...people held their property was very different. In every district a certain quantity of land was measured out, in proportion to the number of families. This...by the joint labour of the whole ; its produce was deposited in a common store-house, and divided among them according to their respective exigencies....
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Annual Register, Band 20

1805
...held their property, was very different. In every district a certain quantity of land was measured out, in proportion to the number of families. This...by the joint labour of the whole ; its produce was deposited in a common storehouse, and divided among them according to their respective exigencies....
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Universal History, Ancient and Modern: From the Earliest Records of ..., Band 24

William Fordyce Mavor - 1805
...was very different. In every district a certain quantity of land was measured out, in proper-' tion to the number of families. This was cultivated by the joint labour of the whole; its produce was deposited in a common store-house, and divided among them according to their respective exigencies.'...
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