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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 - Pàgina 38
1800
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The Chemistry of Common Life, Volum 1

James Finlay Weir Johnston - 1854 - 654 pàgines
...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 CHEMISTRY OF COMMON LIFE

JAMES F. JOHNSTON - 1855
...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 dorive all this from America by way of Europe, especially...
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Tobacco: Its History, Cultivation, Manufacture, and Adulterations: Its Use ...

Andrew Steinmetz - 1857 - 174 pàgines
...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 Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art, Volum 2

1857
...taken the model of theirs, so original ; * ACM Exeter. Notes and Queries. Vol. II. p. 161. 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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Prehistoric Man: Researches in the Origin of Civilization in the ..., Volum 2

Sir Daniel Wilson - 1862
...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 tliis from America by way of Europe, especially...
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The New American Cyclopaedia: a Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge

1864
...the Dutch seem to have taken the model of theirs, so original; and lastly, th« preparation of tho yellow leaves, which are merely rubbed to pieces, and then put into tho pipe, so peculiar, that they could not possibly derive all this from America by way of Europe,...
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Selections from the Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British India ...

1875
...the pipes, from which the Dutch seem to have taken the model of their's, 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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American Notes and Queries, Volum 8

William Shepard Walsh, Henry Collins Walsh, William H. Garrison, Samuel R. Harris - 1891
...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 pipes, so pecuculiar, that we cannot possibly derive all this from America, by way of Europe, especially...
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All the Year Round

1891
...have taken the model of theirs — so original ; and, lastly, the preparation of the yellow leave*, which are merely rubbed to pieces, and then put into the pipe, so peculiar; that we cannot pissibly derive all this from America by way of Europe, especially as India,...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volum 74

1896
...from which the Dutch seem to have taken theirs, so original, and lastly, the preparation of the dried leaves, which are merely rubbed to pieces, and then put into the pipe, so peculiar, that they could not possibly have derived all this from America by way of Europe, especially...
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