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" ... far in this direction, and at this depth, he found it did not reach the main body of subjacent water, from whence the evil proceeded. On discovering this, Mr. Elkington was at a loss how to proceed. At this time, while he was considering what was... "
The History of Berwick Upon Tweed: Including a Short Account of the Villages ... - Page 492
by John Fuller - 1799 - 651 pages
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser, Volume 28

1799
...this time, while He was considering what was next to be done, one of his serv-4 ants'acçîdentally came to the field where the drain was making, with...iron crow or bar, which the farmers in that country xise IB making holee for fixing their sheep hurdles. Mr. Elkiugton having a suspicion that his drain...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1799
...time, while he was considering what was next to be done, one of his servants accidentally came to tire field where the drain was making, with an iron crow or bar, which the farmers in that country use in making holes for fixing their sheep hurdles. Mr. Elkington having a suspicion that his drain...
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An Account of the Mode of Draining Land: According to the System Practised ...

John Johnstone, Joseph Elkington - Drainage - 1801 - 164 pages
...how to proceed. At this time, while he was considering what was next to be done, one of his servants accidentally came to the field where the drain was...iron crow, or bar, which the farmers in that country use in making holes for fixing their sheep-hurdles. Mr. Elkington having a suspicion that his drain...
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Rudimentary treatise on the drainage of districts and lands

George Drysdale Dempsey - 1849
...how to proceed. At this time, while he was considering what was next to he done, one of his servants accidentally came to the field where the drain was...iron crow or bar, which the farmers in that country use in making holes for fixing their sheep hurdles. Mr. Elkington, having a suspicion that his drain...
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A new course of practical grammar; or, Plain straight road to good English

John Vickers (of Blakesley grammar sch.) - 1866
...at a loss how to proceed, and while he was considering what should be done next, one of his servants accidentally came to the field where the drain was making, with an iron piercer, for setting sheep hurdles. Suspecting that his drain was not deep enough, and wishing to know...
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On the Drainage of Lands, Towns, & Buildings

George Drysdale Dempsey - Drainage - 1890 - 351 pages
...how to proceed. At this time, while he was considering what was next to be done, one of his servants accidentally came to the field where the drain was...iron crow or bar, which the farmers in that country use in making holes for fixing their sheephurdles. Mr. Elkington, having a suspicion that his drain...
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