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“My friend Philosewers and I, contemplating a farm-labourer the other day, who was drinking his mug of beer on a settle at a roadside ale-house door, we fell to humming the fag-end of an old ditty, of which the poor man and his beer, and the sin of parting them, form the doleful burden.”
“Knut Pedersen, vagabond, wanders about the country with his tramp-companions, Grindhusen, the painter who can ditch and delve at a pinch, or Falkenberg, farm-labourer in harvest-time, and piano-tuner where pianos are.”
“They cut off three of his toes, but the others recovered so that he was still able to work and went on living for another twenty years, first as a farm-labourer, then in his old age as a watchman.”
“Paris, or a farm-labourer whom he will pay to have taught a trade.”
“On the farms, the regular farm-labourer lives on his employer's property.”
“If not-well, you will be found by some farm-labourer early in the morning. ”
“Slimak winced at the word 'farm-labourer', but he said nothing.”
“Nor is he less skilful in the humble food and cooking of the farm-labourer; indeed, he seems never satisfied until he fairly exhausts all the useful matter contained in every subject upon which he touches.”
“He educated himself during the time while he was working as farm-labourer.”
“Farmer Jennings has taken him to work in his hay-field, and says if he does well he may perhaps keep him as a farm-labourer? ”
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