The sun in the south, or else southly and west, Is joy to the hop, as a welcomed guest; But wind in the north, or else northerly east, To the hop is as ill as a fray in a feast. On the Agriculture of Suffolk - Página 79por William Raynbird, Hugh Raynbird - 1849 - 324 páginasVista completa
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Royal Society of Literature (Great Britain) - 1897
...sufficient of hops, Must willingly follow, of choices to choose Such lessons approved, as skilful do use. " The sun in the south, or else southly and west, Is...or else northerly east, To the hop is as ill as a /ay in a /east." And in Moral Reflections on the Wind : " Though winds do rage as winds were wood,*...