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" Sir, His Majesty taking notice of an opinion entertained in Staffordshire, that the burning of feme doth draw downe rain, and being desirous that the country and himself may enjoy fair weather as long as he remains in those parts, his Majesty hath commanded... "
Historia Filicum: An Exposition of the Nature, Number and Organography of ... - Seite 392
von John Smith - 1875 - 429 Seiten
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The Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in Connection ..., Band 2

Robert Chambers - 1832
...the burning of fern brought down rain, he desired that such practice should be forborne for the time, 'that the country and himself may enjoy fair weather as long as he remains in those parts.' In Scotland, it is customary in spring to burn large tracts of heather, in order that...
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The history of Belvoir castle, from the Norman conquest to the nineteenth ...

Irvin Eller - 1841
...majesty taking notice of an opinion entertained in Staffordshire, that the burning of fern doth bring down rain ; and being desirous, that the country and...himself, may enjoy fair weather, as long as he remains in those parts ; his majesty hath commanded me to write unto you, to cause all burning of fern to be forborne,...
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The History of Belvoir Castle: From the Norman Conquest to the Nineteenth ...

Irvin Eller - 1841 - 410 Seiten
...majesty taking notice of an opinion entertained in Staffordshire, that the burning of fern doth bring down rain ; and being desirous, that the country and...himself, may enjoy fair weather, as long as he remains in those parts; his majesty hath commanded me to write unto you, to cause all burning of fern to be forborne,...
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Notes & Queries, Band 5

William White - 1852
...taking notice of an opinion entertained in Staffordshire, that the burning of Fernedolh draw downe rain, and being desirous that the country and himself may enjoy fair weather as long as he remains in those parts, His Majesty hath commanded me to write unto you, to cause all burning of Feme to bee forborne,...
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Choice Notes from "Notes and Queries": Folk Lore

1859 - 304 Seiten
...taking notice of an opinion entertained in Staffordshire, that the burning of Feme doth draw downe rain, and being desirous that the country and himself may enjoy fair weather as long as he remains in those parts, His Majesty hath commanded me to write unto you, to cause all burning of Feme to bee forborne,...
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The world of wonders: a record of things wonderful in nature, science and ...

World - 1868
...taking notice of an opinion entertained in Staffordshire, that the burning of feme doth draw downe rain, and being desirous that the country and himself may enjoy fair weather as long as he remains in those parts, his Majesty hath commanded me to write unto you, to cause all burning of feme to bee forborne,...
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The world of wonders: a record of things wonderful in nature, science and ...

1874
...taking notice of an opinion entertained in Staffordshire, that the burning of feme doth draw downe rain, and being desirous that the country and himself may enjoy fair weather as long as he remains in those parts, his Majesty hath commanded me to write unto you, to cause all burning of feme to bee forborne,...
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The customs, superstitions and legends of the county of Stafford

Charles Henry Poole - 1875 - 147 Seiten
...in Staffordshire, that the burning of fern doth draw down rain; and being desirous that the county and himself may enjoy fair weather as long as he remains in these parts; his Majesty hath commanded me to write unto you to cause all burning of fern to be foreborne, until his Majesty...
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European Ferns

James Britten - 1879 - 196 Seiten
...taking notice of an opinion entertained in Staffordshire, that the burning of Feme doth draw downe rain, and being desirous that the country and himself may enjoy fair weather as long as he remains in those parts, His Majesty hath commanded me to write unto you, to cause all burning of Feme to bee forborne,...
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The Midland antiquary, ed. by W.F. Carter, Bände 1-2

William Fowler Carter - 1882
...taking notice of an opinion entertained in Staffordshire, that the burning of Feme doth draw downe rain, and being desirous that the country and himself may enjoy fair weather as long as he remains in those parts, His Majesty hath commanded me to write unto you, to cause all burninge of Feme to bee...
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