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" Inflead of allowing the hay to lie, as ufual in moft places, for fonie days in the fwathe after it is cut, and afterwards alternately putting it up into cocks, and fpreading it out, and tedding it in the fun, which tends greatly to bleach the hay,—... "
Essays Relating to Agriculture and Rural Affairs - Page 248
by James Anderson - 1777
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The Weekly Miscellany; Or, Instructive Entertainer: Containing a ..., Volume 7

1776
...greateft fuccefs. Inftead of allowing the hay to lie, as is ufual in nioft places, for feme days in >.he fwathe after it is cut, and afterwards alternately...up into cocks and fpreading it out, and tedding it j'n the fun, which tends greatly to bleach the hay, exhales its natural juices, and fubjecls it very...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 55

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - English imprints - 1777
...fuccefs. • Inftead of allowing the hay to lie, as ufual in moft places, for fume days in the fvvathe after it is cut, and afterwards alternately putting...bleach the hay, — exhales its natural juices, and fubjeiis it very much to the danger of getting rain, and thus runs a great riik of being made good...
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Annual Register, Volume 18

History - 1778
...of allowing the hay,' says lie, ' to lie, as usual in most places, for some Jays in the swathe alter it is cut, and afterwards alternately putting it up into cocks and spreading il out, and tedding it in the sun, which tenets greatly to bleach the hay, exhales its natural...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1791
...tagttlitr. SWIFT. •TNSTEADof allowing the J| hay,' fays he, ' to lie, as uiua) in moft places, for fome days in the fwathe after it is cut, and afterwards alternately putting it up into cocks »nd fpreading it out, and tedding it in the fun, which tends greatly to bleach the hay, exhales its...
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The principles and practice of agriculture systematically explained

Robert Forsyth - 1804
...allowing the hay to lie, as ufual in moft plafon-s me- - - ,, • irtr • • thod. CCsi for fome days m the fwathe after it is cut, and afterwards alternately...to bleach the hay, exhales its natural juices, and f objects it very much to the danger of getting rain, and thus runs a great rifle of being good for...
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Rural Poems, Illustrative of the Husbandry, Scenery, and Manners of Scotland ...

James Grahame - Scottish poetry - 1821 - 312 pages
...Instead (says he) of allowing the hay to lie, as usual it» most places, for some days in the swathe, after it is cut, and afterwards alternately putting it up into cocks, and spreading it out, and tedding it in the sun, which tends greatly to bleach the hay, exhales its natural...
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