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" Scotland) are compell'd to reinforce an ancient Statute, that commands all Masters and others, not to force or compel any Servant, or an Apprentice, to feed upon Salmon more than thrice a Week. "
The Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century - Page 244
by Henry Grey Graham - 1899
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 5

1819
...Fifth runs here that washeth and melts the foundations of the city, but relieves the country with her plenty of salmon ; where the burgo-masters (as in many other parts of Scotland) Ğre compell'il to reinforce an ancient statute, that commands all masters and others, not to force...
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Northern Memoirs, Calculated for the Meridian of Scotland: To which is Added ...

Richard Franck - Fishing - 1821 - 379 pages
...Firth runs here that washeth and melts the foundations of the city, but relieves the country with her plenty of salmon ; where the burgo-masters (as in many other parts of Scotland) are compell'd to reinforce an ancient statute, that commands all masters and others, not to force or compel...
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The Salmon

Alex Russel - Fishery law and legislation - 1864 - 248 pages
...short descant on the abundance of the salmon in Scotland. Thus, of Stirling, he writes : — " The Forth relieves the country with her great plenty of...other parts of Scotland, are compelled to reinforce an ancient Statute, that commands all masters and others not to force or compel any servant, or an apprentice,...
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The Industries of Scotland: Their Rise, Progress, and Present Condition

David Bremner - Industrial arts - 1869 - 535 pages
...make a short descant on the abundance of the salmon in Scotland. Thus, of Stirling, he writes — 'The Forth relieves the country with her great plenty of...other parts of Scotland, are compelled to reinforce an ancient statute, that commands all masters and others not to force or compel any servant, or an apprentice,...
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Fish Culture,

Francis Day - Fish culture - 1883 - 105 pages
...Newcastle, and elsewhere, while the Cromwellian trooper, Captain Franks, writing of Stirling, remarked that the burgomasters, as in many other parts of Scotland, are compelled to re-enforce an ancient statute that commands all masters and others not to force or compel any servant...
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The Fisheries Exhibition Literature, Volume 2

Fisheries - 1883
...Newcastle, and elsewhere, while the Cromwellian trooper, Captain Franks, writing of Stirling, remarked that the burgomasters, as in many other parts of Scotland, are compelled to re-enforce an ancient statute that commands all masters and others not to force or compel any servant...
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The Salmon

Alfred Erskine Gathorne-Hardy - Cooking (Salmon) - 1898 - 267 pages
...precisely the same story. Richard Frank writes that ' the Firth of Forth relieves the country with her plenty of salmon, where the burgomasters (as in many other parts of Scotland) are compelled to enforce an ancient statute that compels all masters not to force any servant or apprentice to feed...
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The Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century

Henry Grey Graham - Scotland - 1906 - 545 pages
...which were more valuable for sale than their cargoes of linen, lead, and woollen stockings — for which last article the demand could 1 " The Firth...133, Northern Memoirs, written in 1658 by Richard Franek. Philanthropus, 1821 ; Present State of Scotland, 1754 ; Burt's Letters, i. 112. not have been...
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Some Piscatorial Problems Idly Considered

Henry George Lamond - Fishing - 1921 - 212 pages
...Firth runs here that washeth and melts the foundations of the city, but relieves the country with her plenty of salmon; where the burgo-masters (as in many other parts of Scotland) are compell'd to rein*An amusing explanation is that some Highland unit, having been overheard in England...
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