Encyclopædia britannica

Encyclopædia britannica

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... without allowing them any other maintenance than a little bread and oil, or any other assistance when sick than what medicines a Spanish ... They come from the south, spread themselves over the lands, and increase to infinity when the rains of spring are not sufficiently ... The winters in Morocco are not severe, nor is there an absolute need of tire. ... The foil requires but little labour, and the ploughing is so light that the furrows are scarcely six inches deep; for which reason, in someanbsp;...

Title:Encyclopædia britannica
Author:Colin MacFarquhar, George Gleig
Publisher: - 1797


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