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" companions, sent from the governor of Berwick, about bordering affairs, were entertained after their best manner. The Scots, living then in factions, used to keep many followers, and so consumed their revenue of victuals, living in some want of money.... "
A topographical dictionary of Scotland - Page 240
by David Webster (topographer.) - 1819
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Picture of Edinburgh

John Stark (of Edinburgh.) - 1806
...of cookery, or furniture of household-steffi but rather rude neglect of both, though myself and my companions, sent From the governor of Berwick, about...bordering affairs, were entertained after their best manlier. " The Scots, living then in factions, used to keep •many followers, and so consumed their...
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Institutions et vie municipale à Aix-en-Provence sous la Révolution: 1789-an ...

Christiane Derobert-Ratel - Aix-en-Provence (France) - 1809 - 672 pages
...art of cookery, or furniture of household stuff, but rather rude neglect of both; tho' myself and my companions, sent from the Governor of Berwick, about...affairs, were entertained after their best manner. " The Scotch, living then in factions, used to keep many followers, and so consumed their revenue of victuals,...
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Picture of Edinburgh: containing a description of the city and its environs

John Stark, John Stark (of Edinburgh.) - Edinburgh (Scotland) - 1823 - 370 pages
...of cookery, or furniture of household stuff, but rather rude neglect of both, though myself and my companions, sent from the governor of Berwick about bordering affairs, were entertained alter their best manner. " The Scots, living then in factions, used to keep many followers, and so...
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The Retrospective review [ed. by H. Southern].

Henry Southern - 1825
...cookery, or furniture of household stuff, but rather rude neglect of both, though myself and my companion, sent from the governor of Berwick about bordering...revenue of victuals, living in some want of money. They vulgarly eat hearth cakes of oats, but in cities have also wheaten bread, which for the most part...
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A System of Geography, Popular and Scientific: Or A Physical ..., Volume 3

James Bell - Geography - 1832
...a rude neglect of both, though myself and my companions, sent from the governor of Berwick, »bout bordering affairs, were entertained after their best...revenue, of victuals, living in some want of money. They vulgarly eat hearth cakes of oats, but in cities have also wheaten bread, which, for the must...
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A System of Geography, Popular and Scientific: Or A Physical ..., Volume 3

James Bell - Geography - 1832
...of cookery, or furniture of household stuff, but rather a rude neglect of both, though myaelf and my companions, sent from the governor of Berwick, about...after their best manner. The Scots living then in i... i mu -, used to keep many followers, and so consumed their revenue, of victuals, living in some...
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Minor antiquities of Edinburgh, by the author of 'Traditions of Edinburgh ...

Robert Chambers - 1833
...both, though myselfe and my companion, sent from the Governour of Barwicke about bordering aifairs, were entertained after their best manner. The Scots, living then in factions, used to keepe many followers, and so consumed their revenew of victuals, living in some want of money. They...
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The comprehensive history of England, from the earliest period to the ...

Charles MacFarlane, Thomas Thomson - 1861
...of cookery, or furniture of household stuff, but rather rude neglect of both, though myself and my companions, sent from the governor of Berwick about...affairs, were entertained after their best manner." This «overly of larders and scantiness of good cheer, even among the better classes, is not to be...
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Border Sketches

Borders Region (Scotland) - 1870 - 261 pages
...affaires, were entertained after their best manner. The Scots living there in factions used to keepe many followers, and so consumed their revenue of victuals, living in some want of money. They vulgarly eate harsh cakes of oates, but in cities have also wheaten bread, which for the most...
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Cassell's old and new Edinburgh, Volume 1

James Grant - Edinburgh (Scotland) - 1880
...myself and my companion, sent from the Governor of Berwick, about Bordering affairs, were entertained in their best manner. The Scots living then in factions,...revenue of victuals, living in some want of money. They vulgarly eat hearth cakes of oats, but in cities have also wheaten bread, which for the most part...
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