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" They are plentifully furnished with all instruments of husbandry, and all other things that are requisite to the accomplishment of a quiet and wealthy life, according to their estates and degrees. "
A letter ... to the magistrates of Berkshire, upon their newly-established ... - Página 19
por sir Richard Rawlinson Vyvyan (8th bart.) - 1845
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volumen22

1814
...and implements of householde. They are plentifully furnished with all instruments of fctubandrie, and all other things that are requisite to the accomplishment of a quiet and wealihie life,, according to their estates and degrees. ' As a contrast to this favourable picture,...
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The True Law of Population Shewn to be Connected with the Food of the People

Thomas Doubleday - 1842 - 278 páginas
...their houses and of all other woollen stuffe, they have great store of all hustlements fhostilimcntisj and implements of household. They are plentifully...that are requisite to the accomplishment of a quiet C( " and wealthy life according to their estates and " degrees." — Fortescue de Laudibus, page 85,...
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The True Law of Population Shewn to be Connected with the Food of the People

Thomas Doubleday - 1843 - 278 páginas
...houses and of all other woollen stuflfe, •" they have great store of all hustlements (hos" tilimentisj and implements of household. They " are plentifully...wealthy life according to their estates and " degrees." — Fortescue de Laudibus, page 85, chapter 36. Here we have a description of national wealth and comfort...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volumen2

Henry Allon - 1845
...their houses, and of all other woollen stuffe. They have great store of all hustlements (hostiliments) and implements of household. They are plentifully...wealthy life, according to their estates and degrees.' — Fortescue De Laudibus, p. 85, chap. 36. On this extract Mr. Doubleday remarks: — ' Here we have...
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Over-population, and Its Remedy: Or, An Inquiry Into the Extent and Causes ...

William Thomas Thornton - 1846 - 446 páginas
...and implements of household. They are plentifully furnished with all instruments of husbandry, and all other things that are requisite to the accomplishment...wealthy life, according to their estates and degrees." * In the face of testimony like this, it has been gravely argued, that the English peasantry of the...
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Over-population, and Its Remedy: Or, An Inquiry Into the Extent and Causes ...

William Thomas Thornton - 1846 - 446 páginas
...coverings in their houses, and of all other woollen stuff. They have great store of all hustlements and implements of household. They are plentifully furnished with all instruments of husbandry, and all other things that are requisite to the accomplishment of a quiet and wealthy life, according to...
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A Plea for Peasant Proprietors ...

William Thomas Thornton - 1848 - 256 páginas
...coverings in their houses, and of all other woollen stuff. They have great store of all hustlements and implements of household. They are plentifully furnished with all instruments of husbandry, and all other things that are requisite to the accomplishment of a quiet and wealthy life, according to...
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journal of agriculture

william blackwood - 1849
...and implements of honsehold. They are plentifully furnished with all instruments of husbandry, and all other things that are requisite to the accomplishment...wealthy life, according to their estates and degrees." Fortescue was an avowed panegyrist, and his statements might require considerable abatement if they...
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The age and its architects, ten chapters on the English people

Edwin Paxton Hood - 1850
...great store of household furniture and household implements, they are plentifully supplied with all the instruments of husbandry, .and with all other things...wealthy life, according to their estates and degrees ;" but it is evident that this is a portrait, THE AGE AND ITS ARCHITECTS. 43 not of the people of England,...
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Journal of the Statistical Society of London, Volumen13

1850
...hustlements and implements of household. They are plentifully furnished with all implements of husbandry, and all other things that are requisite to the accomplishment...wealthy life according to their estates and degrees." Such is the description given of the manner of life of the English * Etudes sur 1•Economie Politique,...
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