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" Thee hath Nature deservedly enriched with the choicest blessings of heaven and earth. Thou neither feelest the excessive colds of winter, nor the scorching heats of summer. Thy harvests reward thy labours with so vast an increase, as to supply thy tables... "
History, gazetteer, and directory of Northamptonshire; comprising a general ... - Page 25
by Whellan Francis and co - 1849
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The History, Ancient and Modern, of the Sheriffdoms of Fife and Kinross ...

Sir Robert Sibbald - Fife (Scotland) - 1803 - 468 pages
...deservedly inrieh'd with all the choicest blessings both of heaven and earth : thou fcelest neither the excessive colds of winter, nor the scorching heats...reward thy labours with so vast an increase, as to rapply thy tables with bread, and thy cellarj with liquor : thy woods have part of the isle : " Thus...
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The History, Ancient and Modern, of the Sheriffdoms of Fife and Kinross ...

Sir Robert Sibbald - Fife (Scotland) - 1803 - 468 pages
...and earth ; thou feelest neither the excessive colds of winter, nor the scorching heats of tummer: thy harvests reward thy labours with so vast an increase, as to ripply thy tables with bread, and thy cellar* with liquor : thy woods have part of the isle : " Thus...
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The Pictorial History of England: Being a History of the People, as Well as ...

George Lillie Craik, Charles McFarlane, Hans Claude Hamilton - Great Britain - 1838
...heaven and earth. Thou neither feelest the excessive colds of winter nor the scorching heats of mmmeV. Thy harvests reward thy labours with so vast an increase, as to supply thv tables with bread and thy cellars with liquor. Thy woods have no savage beasts ; no serpents harbour...
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The Pictorial History of England: Being a History of the People, as Well as ...

George Lillie Craik, Charles MacFarlane - Great Britain - 1846
...hath nature deservedly enriched with the choicest blessings of heaven and earth. Thou neither feelest the excessive colds of winter nor the scorching heats of summer. Thy harvests reward thy labors with so vast an increase, as to supply thy tables with bread and thy cellars with liquor. Thy...
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The collegiate, school and family history of England

Edward Farr - 1848
...hath nature deservedly enriched with the choicest blessings of heaven and earth. Thou neither feelest the excessive colds of winter, nor the scorching heats...of summer. Thy harvests reward thy labours with so great an increase, as to supply thy tables with bread, and thy cellars with liquor. Thy woods have...
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The collegiate, school and family history of England

1856
...hath nature deservedly enriched with the choicest blessings of heaven and earth. Thou neither feelest the excessive colds of winter, nor the scorching heats...of summer. Thy harvests reward thy labours with so great an increase, as to supply thy tables with bread and thy cellars with liquor. Thy woods have no...
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History and topography of the city of York; and the North riding of Yorkshire

Whellan T. and co - 1857
...hath Nature deservedly enriched with the choicest blessings of heaven and earth. Thou neither feelest the excessive colds of winter, nor the scorching heats...thy herds of cattle, and the flocks of sheep, which fsed thee plentifully, and clothe thee richly. And as to the comforts of life," the days are long,...
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Pioneers of civilisation, by the author of 'Crimson pages'.

1869
...hath Nature deservedly enriched with the choicest blessings of heaven and earth. Thou neither feelest the excessive colds of winter nor the scorching heats...bread and thy cellars with liquor. Thy woods have no strange beasts ; no serpents harbour there to hurt the traveller. Innumerable are thy herds of cattle,...
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A synopsis of English history

1869
...enriched with the choicest blessings of heaven and earth. Thy harvests reward thy labours with so great an increase as to supply thy tables with bread and thy cellars with liquors. Innumerable are thy herds of cattle and flocks of sheep, which feed thee plentifully and clothe...
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The national history of England, by E. Farr [and others].

England - 1873
...blessings of heaven and earth. Thou neither feelest the excessive cold of winter nor the scorching heat of summer. Thy harvests reward thy labours with so...cellars with liquor. Thy woods have no savage beasts, and no serpents harbour there to hurt the traveller. Thy herds of cattle and flocks of sheoji are innumerable,...
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