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" I put some on the corner of a ten-acre lot, surrounded by a rail-fence, and in the morning I found the rocks had entirely disappeared — a neat stone wall encircled the field, and the rails were split into ovenwood and piled up symmetrically in my back... "
DOESTICKS - Стр. 86
авторы: EDWARD LIVERMORE - 1855
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Doesticks: What He Says

Q. K. Philander Doesticks - 1855 - Страниц: 330
...been so poor that a Scotchman couldn't get his living off it; and so stony that we had to slice our potatoes and plant them edgeways; but, hearing of...your balsam, I put some on the corner of a ten-acre lotj surrounded by a rail-fence, and in the morning I found the rocks had entirely disappeared —...
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Doesticks' Letters: And what He Says. Containing the Whole of His Celebrated ...

Q. K. Philander Doesticks - 1855 - Страниц: 330
...hitherto been M poor that a Scotchman couldn't get his Hving off it; and SO stony that we had to slice our potatoes and plant them edgeways ; but, hearing of...your balsam, I put some on the corner of a ten-acre I . . r , surrounded by a rail-fence, and in the morning I found the rocks had entirely disappeared...
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The world of wit and humour, ed. by G.M. Fenn

George Manville Fenn - 1875
...been so poor that a Scotchman could not get a living off it, and so stony that we had to slice our potatoes and plant them edgeways ; but hearing of...your balsam, I put some on the corner of a ten-acre field surrounded by a rail fence, and in the morning I found that the rock had entirely disappeared,...
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Tit-bits from All the Most Interesting Books, Periodicals ..., Том 1,Выпуск 1

1881
...hitherto been so poor that a Chinaman could not get a living off it, and so stony that we had to slice our potatoes and plant them edgeways ; but hearing of...your balsam, I put some on the corner of a ten-acre field, surrounded by a rail fence, and in the morning I found the stones had entirely disappeared,...
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Mark Twain's Library of Humor

Mark Twain - 1888 - Страниц: 707
...been so poor that a Scotchman couldn't get his living off it; and so stony that we had to slice our potatoes and plant them edgeways; but, hearing of your balsam, I put some on the corner of a ten. acre lot surrounded by a rail-fence, and in the morning I found the rocks had entirely disappeared...
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