- Compare Old French rentage. (Wiktionary)
“The last place was where he believed he even bought the land, and then the argument started that it was just a rentage, and so he was in court for about 10 years.”
“There is something like an accumulation of sixteen thousand dollars of rentage; and as one is luckily empty, Christine and the children are going there at once.”
“Taking for his text the rentage question, he argued that Slocum was well able to give a trifle more for labor than his city competitors.”
“One fcholar to be chofenof the fuiname of Hey - man, born in Kent, or defcended of Kentiih pa - rentage ') if none fuch, then III.”
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