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" Walsatt, for correcting of scolds, which it does too so effectually, and so very safely, that I look upon it... "
The New Statistical Account of Scotland: Dumfries, Kirkcudbright, Wigton - Page 421
1845
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The Champion: containing a series of papers, humourous, moral, political ...

1741
...Method (fays he) fo effectually, and fo very fafely does it, that I look upon it as much to be prefer'd to the Ducking-Stool, which not only endangers the Health of the Party, but alfo gives the Tongue Liberty 'twixt every dip ; to neither of which this is at all liable : It being...
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The Gleaner: A Series of Periodical Essays, Volume 2

Nathan Drake - English essays - 1811
...effectually, and so very safely does it, that I look upon it as much to be preferred to the ducking stool, which not only endangers the health of the party, but also gives the tongue liberty betwixt every dip ; to neither of which this is at all liable : it being such a bridle for the tongue,...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 4

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1823
...description and figure of the instrument*, which is there called a scolding bridle ; and tells us, he looks **' upon it " as much to be preferred to...health of the party, but also gives the tongue liberty betwixt every dip ; to neither of which this is at all liable/1 BRANLIN, in Ichthyology, a species...
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A Glossary of North Country Words, in Use: From an Original Manuscript, in ...

John Trotter Brockett - Dialect literature, English - 1825 - 243 pages
...this species of torture seems to be, Dr. Plot much prefers it to the cucking stool, which, he says, " not only endangers the health of the party, but also gives the tongue liberty 'twixt every dipp." See an enengraving of Robert Sharp, an officer of the Corporation, leading Ann Bidlestone through...
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A glossary of north country words, in use. From an original manuscript, with ...

John Trotter Brockett - 1825
...this species of torture seems to be, Dr. Plot much prefers it to the cucking stool, which, he says, " not only endangers the health of the party, but also gives the tongue liberty 'twixt every dipp." See an enengraving of Robert Sharp, an officer of the Corporation, leading Ann Bidlestone through...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select, Volume 8

Anecdotes - 1826
...so effectually and so very safely, that I look upon it as much to be preferred to the cucking-stool, which not only endangers the health of the party, but also gives the tongue liberty 'twill every dip, to neither of which this is at all liable; it being such a bridle for the tongue,...
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The Picture of Scotland, Volume 1

Robert Chambers - Scotland - 1827
...it seems, in Staffordshire ; and Dr Plot, the quaint old historian of that county, sagely observes that he looks upon it " as much to be preferred to...ducking-stool, which not only endangers the health of the patient, but also gives the tongue liberty betwixt every dip; to neither of which disadvantages this...
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The Book of bon-accord: or, a guide to the city of Aberdeen

Aberdeen (Scotland) - 1839 - 379 pages
...of female scolds. "1 look upon it," says Dr. Plott, "as much to be preferred to the Cucking Stoole, which not only endangers the health of the party, but also gives the tongue liberty 'twixt every dipp ; to neither of whirh this is at all liable." — Hist. of Staffordshire, p. 389. Brand's Popular...
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Observations on popular antiquities: including the whole of mr. Bourne's ...

John Brand - 1842
...effectually and so very safely, that I look upon it as much to be preferred to the Cucking-stoole, which not only endangers the health of the party, but also gives the tongue liberty 'twixt every dipp ; to neither of which this is at all liable : it being such a bridle for the tongue as not only...
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Observations on the Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Chiefly ..., Volume 3

John Brand - Christian antiquities - 1849
...effectually and so very safely, that I look upon it as much to be preferred to the cucking-stoole, which not only endangers the health of the party, but also gives the tongue liberty 'twixt every dipp ; to neither of which this is at all liable : it being such a bridle for the tongue as not only...
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