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" ... for the men, and Indian meal for the oxen. Some beans, tea, and molasses, are added. Formerly hogsheads of rum were considered indispensable, and I have before me a bill of supplies for a logging concern of three teams in 1827-28, in which I find... "
Annual Report of the Secretary of the Board of Agriculture - Page 155
by Massachusetts. State Board of Agriculture - 1855
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Magazine of Botany and Gardening British and Foreign ..., Volume 3

1837
...concern of three teams in 1827-28, in which I find one hundred and eighty gallons of rum charged. But of late, very few respectable lumberers take any spirits...are seldom content to take any of an inferior sort ; aad even now when flour is 54 shillings a barrel, they, are not to be satisfied with the coarser...
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The North American Review, Volume 44

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1837
...concern of three teams in 1827-28, in which I find one hundred and eighty gallons of rum charged. But of late, very few respectable lumberers take any spirits...barrel, they are not to be satisfied with the coarser bread stuffs. " Hay is procured as near to the camps as possible. But as most of the timber lands are...
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London Saturday Journal..., Volume 1

1839
...concern of three teams in 1827-28, in which I find one hundred and eighty pnllons of ram charged. But of late, very few respectable lumberers take any spirits...barrel, they are not to be satisfied with the coarser bread stuffs. " Hay is procured as near to the camps as possible. But as most of the timber lands are...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 35

1856
...concern of three teams in 1827-28, in which I find one hundred and eighty gallons of rum charged ; but of late very few respectable lumberers take any spirits...not to be satisfied with the coarser breadstuffs. " Hay is procured as near to the camps as possible ; but as most of the timber lands are remote from...
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Hunt's Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 35

Freeman Hunt - Commerce - 1856
...concern of three teams in 1827-28. in which I find one hundred and eighty gallons of mm charged ; but of late very few respectable lumberers take any spirits...barrel, they are not to be satisfied with the coarser breadstufls. " Hay is procured as near to the camps as possible ; but as most of the timber lands are...
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 35

Commerce - 1856
...concern of three teams in 1827-28, in which I find one hundred and eighty gallons of rum charged ; but of late very few respectable lumberers take any spirits...barrel, they are not to be satisfied with the coarser breadstuff«. '• Hay is procured as near to the camps as possible ; but as most of the timber lands...
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Eighty Years' Progress of the United States: From Revolutionary War to the ...

Industries - 1864 - 569 pages
...concern of three teams in 1827-28, in which I find one hundred and eighty gallons of rum charged ; but of late very few respectable lumberers take any spirits...economy, and profit. The pork and flour must be of the first quality. Lumberers are seldom content to take any of an inferior sort ; and even now, when flour...
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ONE HUNDRED YEARS ' PROGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES:

1870
...concern of three teams in 1827-28, in which I find one hundred and eighty gallons of rum charged; but of late very few respectable lumberers take any spirits...economy, and profit. The pork and flour must be of the first quality. Lumberers are seldom content to take any of an inferior sort ; and even now, when flour...
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One Hundred Years' Progress of the United States ... With an Appendix ...

1871 - 546 pages
...three teams in 1827-28, m which I find one hundred and eighty gallons of rum charged ; but of lat« very few respectable lumberers take any spirits with...economy, and profit. The pork and flour must be of the first quality. Lumberers are seldom content to take any of an inferior sort ; and even now, when flour...
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The North American Review, Volume 44

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - American fiction - 1837
...concern of three teams in 1827-28, in which I find one hundred and eighty gallons of rum charged. But of late, very few respectable lumberers take any spirits...barrel, they are not to be satisfied with the coarser bread stuffs. " Hay is procured as near to the camps as possible. But as most of the timber lands are...
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