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" The land in the vicinity of manufacturing. towns. The greatest part of the ground is there occupied by persons who do not consider farming as a business, but regard it only as a matter of convenience. The manufacturer has his inclosure, wherein he keeps... "
General View of the Agriculture of the County of the West Riding of ... - Page 15
by Great Britain. Board of Agriculture - 1794 - 140 pages
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A review of the reports to the Board of agriculture, Volume 1

William Humphrey Marshall - 1808
...of convenience. The manufacturer has his inclosure, he keeps milch cows for supporting hist lamily, and horses for carrying his goods to market, and bringing back raw materials. This will apply to the most part of the land adjoining to the manufacturing towns ; and although much ground is not, in this...
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The Beauties of England and Wales: Or Delineations, Topographical ...

John Britton, John Hodgson - Architecture - 1812 - 658 pages
...regard it only as a matter of convenience. The manufacturer has his inclosure, wherein he keeps milch cows for supporting his family ; and horses for carrying...bringing back raw materials. This will apply to the most part of the land adjoining to the manufacturing towns; and although much ground is not, in this...
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Yorkshire; or, Original delineations ... of that county

John Bigland - 1815
...regard it only as a matter of convenience. The manufacturer has his iuclosnre, wherein he keeps milch cows for supporting his family ; and horses for carrying...bringing back raw materials. This will apply to the most part of the land adjoining to the manufacturing towns ; and although much ground is not, in this...
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A New and Complete History of the County of York, Volume 1

Thomas Allen - Yorkshire (England) - 1828
...matter of convenience. The manufacturer has his enclosure, wherein he keeps milch cows for the use of his family, and horses for carrying his goods to market,...and bringing back raw materials. This will apply to most part of the land adjoining to manufacturing towns ; and although much ground is not, in this case,...
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The Genesis of Industrial Capital: A Study of West Riding Wool Textile ...

Pat Hudson - Business & Economics - 2002 - 368 pages
...a business but regard it only as a matter of convenience. The manufacturer has his enclosure where he keeps milk cows for supporting his family and horses...carrying his goods to market and bringing back raw materials.19 Bigland suggests that the common and optimum size of manufacturers' farms was 15-16 acres.20...
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Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, Volume 9

Royal Agricultural Society of England - Agriculture - 1848
...matter of convenience. The manufacturer has his inclosure, wherein he keeps milch-cows for the use of his family, and horses for carrying his goods to market and bringing back raw material. 3rd. The corn districts, or those parts of the Riding where tillage is principally attended...
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