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" s district, a woollen coat of coarse, but even, network, exactly in the form of what is now called a spencer; a razor, with a wooden handle, some iron heads of arrows, and large wooden bowls, some only half made, were also found, with the remains of turning... "
The primeval antiquities of Denmark, tr. [from Danmarks Oldtid oplyst ved ... - Page 61
by Jens Jacob A. Worsaae - 1849
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volume 77

English literature - 1815
...found, 17 feet below the surface of a bog in Mr Kirwin's district, a woollen coat of coarse, but eren, network, exactly in the form of what is now called a Spencer. A razor, with a wooden handle, some iron heads of arrows, and large wooden bowls, some only half made,...
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An Account of Ireland, Statistical and Political, Volume 1

Edward Wakefield - Ireland - 1812
...for centuries ago. In 1786 there was found, seventeen feet below the surface of a bog in my district, a woollen coat of coarse but even net-work, exactly...it had been made by a modern tailor. A razor with a wooden handle, some iron heads of arrows, and large wooden bowls, some only half made were also found,...
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 39

Sir Richard Phillips - 1815
...ацо. In 1786 there were found, 17 feet below the turluce of a bog in Mr. Kirwan'j. district, • woollen coat of coarse, but even, network, exactly in the form of what is now «ailed a spencer. A razor, with a wooden handle, some iron heads of arrows, and large wooden bowls,...
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The table book: or, Daily recreation and information concerning remarkable ...

William Hone - History - 1827 - 870 pages
...ago. In 1786 there were found, seventeen feet below the surface of a bog in Mr. Kirwan 's district, a woollen coat of coarse, but even, network, exactly in the form of what is now called a spencer; a razor, with a wooden handle, some iron heads of arrows, and large wooden bowls, some only half made,...
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The Archaeology and Prehistoric Annals of Scotland

Sir Daniel Wilson - Scotland - 1851 - 714 pages
...Richard Lovell Edgeworth, in a Report to the Commissioners for improving the bogs in Ireland, as " a woollen coat of coarse but even net-work, exactly in the form of what is now called a spencer." Iron arrow-heads, large wooden bowls, some only half made, with what were supposed to be the remains...
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The Cambrian Journal, Volume 3

Wales - 1860
...seventeen feet below the surface of an Irish bog, in the county of Longford. This is described as " a woollen coat of coarse but even network, exactly in the form of what is now called a spencer." Iron arrow-heads, large wooden bowls, some only half made, with what were supposed to be the remains...
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Prehistoric Annals of Scotland, Volume 1

Sir Daniel Wilson - Scotland - 1863 - 504 pages
...Richard Lovcll Edgeworth, in a Report to the Commissioners for improving the bogs in Ireland, as " a woollen coat of coarse but even net-work, exactly in the form of what is 110 w called a spencer." Iron arrow-heads, large wooden bowls, some only half made, with what were...
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The Traditionary Annals of the Cymry

John Williams - Wales - 1867 - 260 pages
...seventeen feet below the surface of an Irish bog, in the county of Longford. This is described as " a woollen coat of coarse but even network, exactly in the form of what is now called a spencer." Iron arrow-heads, large wooden bowls, some only half made, with what were supposed to lie the remains...
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Llantwit Major: a fifth century university

Alfred Cooper Fryer - Llantwit Major (Wales) - 1893 - 125 pages
...of Longford, another specimen of ancient British manufacture was discovered. This is described as ' a woollen coat of coarse, but even network, exactly in the form of what is now called a spencer.' * Tydain Tad Awen is said first to have reduced music to a system or art. f From telu, to stretch or...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 4

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1815
...80, there wos found 1 7 feet below the surface of a bog in Mr. Kirwan's district, a weollen coat ot coarse, but even net-work, exactly in the form of what is now called » spenscr. A razor with a wooden handle, some iron heads of arrows, and lar^e wooden bowls, some only...
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