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" ... affixed to their belt so necessary an article of dress; the form of the pipes — from which the Dutch seem to have taken the model of theirs — so original; and, lastly, the preparation of the yellow leaves, which are merely rubbed to pieces and... "
The Monthly Magazine - Pągina 34
1800
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volum 42

Edmund Burke - 1801 - 762 pągines
...the pipes, from which the Dutch feem to have taken the model ot° tlieirs, (o original ; and, laftlv, the preparation of the yellow leaves, • which are merely rubbed to pieces and then put into a pipe, fo peculiar ; that we cannot poiTiuly derive all this from America by way of Europe; efpecially...
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The Medical and Physical Journal: Containing the Earliest ..., Volum 24

1810 - 558 pągines
...the pipes, from which the Dutch seem to have taken the model of theirs, so original ; and, lastly, the preparation of the yellow leaves, which are merely rubbed to. pieces and then put into the pipe, so peculiar ; that we cannot possibly derive all this froru America by way of Europe ; especially as...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volum 74

1853 - 814 pągines
...the pipes, from which the Dutch seem to have taken the model of theirs, so original ; and, lastly, the preparation of the yellow leaves, which are merely rubbed to pieces and then put into the pipe, so peculiar — that they conld not possibly derive all this from America by way of Europe, especially...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British India ..., Part 6,Volum 22

1826 - 782 pągines
...of the pipes, from which the Dutch seem to have taken the model of theirs, so original; and lastly, the preparation of the yellow leaves, which are merely rubbed to pieces and then put into the pipe, so peculiar; that they could not possibly derive all this from America by way of Europe; especially...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volum 22

1826 - 784 pągines
...of the pipes, from which the Dutch seem to have taken the model of theirs, so original ; and lastly, the preparation of the yellow leaves, which are merely rubbed to pieces and then put into the pipe, so peculiar; that they could not possibly derive all this from America by way of Europe ; especially...
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Hazard's United States Commercial and Statistical Register, Volum 5

Samuel Hazard - 1841 - 440 pągines
...the pipes, from which the Dutch seem to have taken the model of their's as original ; and, lastly, the preparation of the yellow leaves, which are merely rubbed to pieces and then put into the pipe, so peculiar, that we cannot possibly derive all this by the way of Europe from America, especially...
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Geographical and statistical

John Macgregor - 1847 - 1442 pągines
...of the pipes, from which the Dutch seem to have taken the model of theirs as original ; and, lastly, the preparation of the yellow leaves, which are merely rubbed to pieces and then put into the pipe, so peculiar, that we cannot possibly derive all this by the way of Europe from America, especially...
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Democritus in London: With the Mad Pranks and Comical Conceits of Motley and ...

George Daniel - 1852 - 334 pągines
...the pipes, from which the Dutch seem to have taken the model of theirs, so original!—and, lastly, the preparation of the yellow leaves, which are merely rubbed to pieces and then put into the pipe, so peculiar; that we cannot possibly derive all this from America by way of Europe; especially as India,...
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Democritus in London: With the Mad Pranks and Comical Conceits of Motley and ...

George Daniel - 1852 - 328 pągines
...pipes, from which the Dutch seem to have taken the model of theirs, so original ! — and, lastly, the preparation of the yellow leaves, which are merely rubbed to pieces and then put into the pipe, so peculiar ; that we cannot possibly derive all this from America by way of Europe; especially as...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volum 74

1853 - 848 pągines
...the pipes, from which the Dntch seem to have taken the model of theirs, so original ; and, lastly, the preparation of the yellow leaves, which are merely rubbed to pieces and then pnt into the pipe, so peculiar — that they could not possibly •derive all this from America by...
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