“To revert to my former example of its use -- An injured cart is fettled by the wheel-wright; the wheelwright fettles the injured cart.”
“A. has two fons B. and C, and on the marriage of B.A. fettles part of his”
“(George) forms an early attachment to Celeftina, while his mother fettles a plan for his marriage with Mifs Fitz Hayman, the daughter of her brother, Lord Caftlenorth.”
“I to Delos, — confults tlie Oracle, — fettles in Crete,. falls for Italy,. lands in Sicily,”
“They who vifit many countries find feme in which pleafure, profit, or fafety invite chem id fettles and thefe fettlements, when they aire once made, muft keep a perpetual correfpondcnce with the original country to which they are fubjcfi, and on which they depend for protection in daogCTy ad fupplies in neceflfity.”
“Fal is granted to a man who fettles under a Rath, for fervice and la -”
“With bis mother Hagar, fettles in Arabia, on being difmifTed by Abraham* 'xvi.”
“* Then range the World, Difcovry/'Strait he goes O'er Seas, o'er Libya's Sands and Zemblas Snows y He fettles where kind Rays till now have fmil'd”
“Suppofe an arch formed upon two fupports, and that one of them fettles, or gives way more than the other, the top or crown of the arch, though at firft truly placed, wi!”
Internet Archive: A description of that admirable structure, the cathedral church of Salisbury. : With the chapels, monuments, grave-stones, and their inscriptions. To which is prefixed an account of Old Sarum.
“Some of thefe iflands appear high and craggy like rocks, having lower parts or plains; and, when the warm feafons are coming on, the fun melts the fnow and ice, and caufes cafcades to fall from the craggy high parts into the lower, where the water fettles in hollows, form - ing ing icfelf into lakes and rivulets.”
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