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" The hatching-house was built at the side of the cottage, and was a kind of long shed with mud walls, and thickly thatched with straw. Along -the ends and down one side of the building are a number of round straw baskets, well plastered with mud to prevent... "
Putnam's Home Cyclopedia ... - Page 260
by G.P. Putnam & Co - 1852
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The Recreation

Voyages and travels - 1846
...built at the side of the cottage, and in a kind of long shed, with mud walls, and thickly-thatched with straw. Along the ends and down one side of the...bottom of each basket there is a tile placed, or rather that the tile forms the bottom of the basket ; upon this the fire acts, — a .small fire-place being...
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The Dublin review, Volume 23

1847
...the pencil of Cruikshank. The hatching-house was built at the side of the cottage, and was a kind of long shed with mud walls, and thickly thatched with...forms the bottom of the basket; upon this the fire acts,—a small fire-place being below each basket. Upon the top of each basket there is a straw cover,...
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Sharpe's London Magazine, Volume 4

English literature - 1847
...built at the side of the eottage, and was a kind of long shed, with mud walls, and thiekly thatehed with straw. Along the ends and down one side of the building are a number of round straw haskets, well plastered with mud, to prevent them from taking fire. In the bottom of eaeh hasket there...
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The Labourer's Friend

Allotment of land - 1849
...CHINESE MODE OF HATCHING EGGS. THE hatching-house was built at the side of the cottage, and was a kind of long shed with mud walls, and thickly thatched with...down one side of the building are a number of round straw-baskets, well plastered with mud to prevent them from taking fire. In the bottom of each basket...
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OUR OWN FIRESIDE

REV. CHARLES BULLOCK - 1865
...Cruikshank. "The hatching-house was built at the side of Uğ cottage, and was a kind of long shed, with oud walls, and thickly thatched with straw. Along the ends and down one side of the build">g are a number of round straw baskets, well plsstered with mud, to prevent them from Wong fire....
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To-day: The Popular Illustrated Magazine, Volume 2

1873
...pencil of an English artist. The hatching-house was built at the end of the cottage, and was a kind of long shed, with mud walls and thickly thatched with straw. Along the ends and down one side of the buildings are a number of round straw baskets, well plastered with mud, to prevent them from taking...
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Monthly Consular and Trade Reports, Volume 43, Issues 156-159

United States. Bureau of Manufactures - Consular reports - 1893
...primitive. The hatching house is usually a long shed built of bamboo, the walls plastered with mud and thickly thatched with straw. Along the ends and...of the building are a number of round straw baskets plastered with mud to prevent them from taking fire. A tile forms the bottom of each basket. Upon this...
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Sharpe's London Magazine of Entertainment and Instruction, for ..., Volume 4

1847
...the pencil of Cruikshank. The hatching-house was built at the side of the cottage, and was a kind of long shed, with mud walls, and thickly thatched with...baskets, well plastered with mud, to prevent them frcm taking fire. In the bottom of each basket there is a tile placed, or rather the tile forms the...
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