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" I was much struck with a large tract of land, seemingly nothing but huge rocks; yet most of it enclosed and planted with the most industrious attention. Every man has an olive, a mulberry, an almond, or a peach tree, and vines scattered... "
France of To-day: A Survey, Comparative and Retrospective - Сторінка 57
автори: Matilda Betham-Edwards - 1890 - 309 стор.
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Travels in the Kingdom of France

Arthur Young - 1793
...land, feemingly nothing but huge rocks ; yet moft of it inclofed and planted with the moft induftrious attention. Every man has an olive, a mulberry, an almond, or a peach. tree, and vines fcattered among them ; fo that the whole ground is covered with the oddeft mixture of thefe plants,...
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The Principles of Population: And Their Connection with Human Happiness, Том 2

Sir Archibald Alison - 1840
...top as by allowing the adjoining villagers to acquire it in property."* And again, " leaving Sauve, I was much struck with a large tract of land seemingly nothing but huge rocks, but most of it enclosed and cultivated with the greatest attention. Every man has an olive, a mulberry,...
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The social condition and education of the people in England and ..., Том 1

Joseph Kay - 1850
...excellence of cultivation, NEVER HESITATES TO ASCRIBE IT TO PEASANT PROPERTY. 'Leaving Sauve,' says he*, 'I was much struck with a large tract of land, seemingly nothing but huge rocks ; yet most of it inclosed and planted with the most industrious attention. Every man has an olive, a mulberry, an almond,...
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The Law Review and Quarterly Journal of British and Foreign ..., Том 14

1851
...excellence of cultivation never hesitates to ascribe it to peasant property. ' Leaving Sauve,' says he, ' I was much struck with a large tract of land, seemingly nothing but huge rocks ; yet most of it inclosed and planted with the most industrious attention. Every man has an olive, a mulberry, an almond,...
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The Economic Position of the British Labourer

Henry Fawcett - 1865 - 256 стор.
...consideration. In describing his travels through France he makes the following observations : " Leaving Sauve, I was much struck with a large tract of land seemingly...huge rocks, yet most of it enclosed and planted with flie most industrious attention. Every man has an olive, a mulberry, an almond, or a peach-tree, and...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - 1866 - 591 стор.
...says he,t • A Plea for Peasant Proprietor!, p. S3. t Arthur Young's Traceli in France, vol. ip 50. 'I was much struck with a large tract of land, seemingly nothing but hnge rocks; yet most of it enclosed and planted with the most industrious attention. Every man has...
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Principles of Political Economy with Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - 1875 - 591 стор.
...says he,t * A. Plea for Peasant Proprietor!, p. 32. t Arthur young's Ti-arc/i in Frtnet, vol. ip CO. ' I was much struck with a large tract of land, seemingly nothing but hnge rocks; yet most of it enclosed and planted with the most industrious attention. Every man has...
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Manual of Political Economy

Henry Fawcett - 1876 - 631 стор.
...property. The testimony of Arthur Young on this point is very valuable :— ' Leaving Sauve,' says he, ' I was much struck with a large tract of land, seemingly...enclosed and planted with the most industrious attention. Everyman has an olive, a mulberry, an almond, or a peach-tree, and vines scattered among them ; so...
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Free Trade in Land

Joseph Kay - 1879 - 336 стор.
...excellence of cultivation, NEVER HESITATES TO ASCRIBE IT TO PEASANT PROPERTY. ' Leaving Sauve,' says he,1 ' I was much struck with a large tract of land, seemingly...mulberry, an almond, or a peach tree, and vines scattered amotig them ; so that the whole ground is covered with the oddest mixture of these plants and bulging...
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Pamphlets Relating to English History: The Land Question, Том 2

1879
...Perhaps, too, like gardens from the smallness of the properties." Leaving Sauve, he again says : — " I was much struck with a large tract of land, seemingly...enclosed and planted with the most industrious attention. Everyman has an olive, a mulberry, an almond, or a peach tree, and vines scattered among them ; BO...
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