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We saw more of our country neighbours now than when we lived on the farm. Our house was a convenient stopping-place for them.
These were raised in great abundance; so that, with the products of this and the other farms belonging to him, he was able to keep in almost constant em- ployment a large sloop, in carrying them to market at Baltimore.
Uncle Henry grew poorer every year, and the crops raised on the farm only bought food for the family.
He intended to go back to the farm and to his grandfather, but lost his way and for hours he wandered weeping and frightened on country roads.
before she had been five minutes at the farm, Hardyman's sister had fished for her, caught her, landed her.
He had a hard struggle to make his farm pay, to feed and clothe little Robert and his brothers and sisters, who were growing up fast about him.
Now he was glad to get away from the neighborhood of the Shtcherbatskys, and still more from his farm work, especially on a shooting expedition, which always in trouble served as the best consolation.
Weren't both of them and Miss Avery friends when Howards End, too, was a farm?"
In fact, you and your wife, working from daylight to dark, cannot properly farm those two acres.
After breakfast the next morning, an obstacle, which the events of the evening before had put out of my memory, interposed to prevent our proceeding immediately to the farm. This was my last day at Limmeridge House, and it was necessary, as soon as the post came in, to follow Miss Halcombe's advice, and to ask Mr.
But to think of a niece o' mine being cause o' my husband's being turned out of his farm, and me brought him no fortin but my savin's "
To her, the relative importance of the farm to Billy was as simple as a problem in addition.