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" ... vary greatly in the extent of their possessions. . . . Generally speaking, an Engadine peasant lives entirely upon the produce of his land, with the exception of the few articles of foreign growth required in his family, such as coffee, sugar, and... "
Chapters and Speeches on the Irish Land Question - Сторінка 7
автори: John Stuart Mill - 1870 - 125 стор.
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1831
...the cheese, which he keeps till the arrival of the travelling merchant, who buys it for exportation. Generally speaking, an Engadine peasant lives entirely...required in his family, such as coffee, sugar, and wine. These he finds at the house of the innkeeper, who, in the Epgadine, is always a retail-dealer in such...
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Switzerland: the south of France, and the Pyrenees in 1830, Томи 1 – 2

Henry David Inglis - 1831
...the cheese, which he keeps till the arrival of the travelling merchant, who buys it for exportation. Generally speaking, an Engadine peasant lives entirely...the few articles of foreign growth required in his faI had resolved to spend the following day in this village, for being one of the largest and best...
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Switzerland, the South of France, and the Pyrenees

Henry David Inglis - 1840 - 131 стор.
...the cheese, which he keeps till the arrival of the travelling merchant, who buys it for exportation. Generally speaking, an Engadine peasant lives entirely...required in his family, such as coffee, sugar, and wine. These he finds at the house of the inn-keeper, who, in the Engadine, is always a retail-dealer hi such...
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The social condition and education of the people in England and ..., Том 1

Joseph Kay - 1850
...the peasantry, who, like the inhabitants of every other place where this state of things exists, vary greatly in the extent of their possessions Generally...and woven, without ever leaving his house. He has his own wool, which is converted into a blue coat, without passing through the hands of either the...
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Use and abuse; or, Right and wrong, in the relations to labour, of capital ...

William M'Combie - 1852
..." In the whole of the Engandine the land belongs to the peasantry Generally speaking, an Engandine peasant lives entirely upon the produce of his land,...Flax is grown, prepared, spun, and woven, without leaving the house. He has also his own wool, which is converted into a blue coat, without passing through...
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The Alps, Switzerland, and the North of Italy ...

Charles Williams - 1854 - 633 стор.
...the cheese, which he keeps till the arrival of the travelling merchant, who buys it for exportation. Generally speaking, an Engadine peasant lives entirely...required in his family, such as coffee, sugar, and wine. These he finds at the house of the innkeeper, who, in the Engadine, is always a retail dealer in such...
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The Alps, Switzerland and the North of Italy: With Numerous Engravings

Charles Williams - 1854 - 633 стор.
...the cheese, which he keeps till the arrival of the travelling merchant, who buys it for exportation. Generally speaking, an Engadine peasant lives entirely upon the produce of his land, witli the exception of the few articles of foreign growth required in his family, such as coffee, sugar,...
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Principles of Political Economy, with Some of Their Applications to ..., Том 1

1870 - 591 стор.
...the peasantry, who, like the inhabitants of every other place where this state of things exist, vary greatly in the extent of their possessions. . . ....prepared, spun, and woven, without ever leaving his hou?e. lie has also his own wool, which is converted into a blue coat without passing through the hands...
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Principles of Political Economy with Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - 1875 - 591 стор.
...state of things ejrisl, vary greatly in the extent of their possessions. . . . Generally speaking1, an Engadine peasant lives entirely upon the produce...articles of foreign growth required in his family, such ra coffee, sugar, and wine. Flax is prwwu, prepared, spun, and woven, without ever leaving his house....
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Free Trade in Land

Joseph Kay - 1879 - 336 стор.
...the peasantry, who, like the inhabitants of every other place where this state of things exists, vary greatly in the extent of their possessions. . . ....and woven, without ever leaving his house. He has his own wool which is converted into a blue coat, without passing through the hands of either the dyer...
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