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" ... valley or over the mountains to the most commodious town. They had, as I have said, their rural chapel, and of course their minister, in clothing or in manner of life, in no respect differing from themselves, except on the Sabbath-day ; this was the... "
A description of the scenery of the lakes in the north of England - Página 53
por William Wordsworth - 1822
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Political and Social Economy: Its Practical Application

John Hill Burton - 1849 - 345 páginas
...regenerated the Irish cottars, and made them like Wordsworth's peasantry of the lakes — 'a perfect republic of shepherds and agriculturists, proprietors for the...part of the lands which they occupied and cultivated. The plough of each man was confined to the maintenance of his own family, or to the occasional accommodation...
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Principles of Political Economy with Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - 1849 - 610 páginas
...the Lakes, he speaks of the upper part of the dales as having been for centuries " a perfect republic of shepherds and agriculturists, proprietors, for...part, of the lands which they occupied and cultivated. The plough of each man was confined to the maintenance of his own family, or to the occasional accommodation...
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A complete guide to the Lakes, comprising minute directions for the tourist ...

William Wordsworth, Adam Sedgwick - 1853
...the most commodious town. They had, as I have said, their rural chapel, and of course their minister, clothing or in manner of life in no respect differing...native forest must have been every where receding; hut trees were planted for the sustenance of the flocks in winter, — such was then the rude state...
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Chapters and Speeches on the Irish Land Question

John Stuart Mill - 1870 - 125 páginas
...the Lakes, he speaks of the upper part of the dales as having been for centuries " a perfect republic of shepherds and agriculturists, proprietors, for...part, of the lands which they occupied and cultivated. The plough of each man was confined to the maintenance of his own family, or to the occasional accommodation...
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National education in its social conditions and aspects: and public ...

James Harrison Rigg - 1873 - 517 páginas
...quotations. The upper part of the dales in spoken of as having been for centuries "a perfect republic of shepherds and agriculturists, proprietors, for the most part, of the lands they occupied and cultivated ; the members of which existed in the midst of a powerful empire, like...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Volumen8

William Wordsworth - 1886
...grown in these vales (through which no carriage-road had yet been made) sufficient upon each estate to furnish bread for each family, and no more ; notwithstanding...detailed was going on, the native forest must have been everywhere receding; but trees were planted for the sustenance of the flocks in winter, — such was...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Volumen8

William Wordsworth - 1886
...intermixture of different crops ; and the plough was interrupted by little rocks, mostly overgrowu with wood, or by spongy places, which the tillers...detailed was going on, the native forest must have been everywhere receding; but trees were planted for the sustenance of the flocks in winter, — such was...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - 1885 - 591 páginas
...the Lakes, he speaks of the upper part of the dales as having been for centuries " a perfect republic of shepherds and agriculturists, proprietors, for...part, of the lands which they occupied and cultivated. The plough of each man was confined to the maintenance of his own family, or to the occasional accommodation...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Volumen8

William Wordsworth - 1886
...houses, and carried to market, either under their arms, or more frequently on pack-horses, a small tram taking their way weekly down the valley or over the...detailed was going on, the native forest must have been everywhere receding; but trees were planted for the sustenance of the flocks in winter, — such was...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications ..., Volumen1

John Stuart Mill - 1892 - 670 páginas
...the Lakes, he speaks of the upper part of the dales as baving been for centuries " a perfect republic of shepherds and agriculturists, proprietors, for...part, of the lands which they occupied and cultivated. The plough of each man was confined to the maintenance of his own family, or to the occasional accommodation...
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