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After one and twenty dayes observe her _Hatching_, to take the newly hatcht Chickens, and wrap them in Wool and keep them warm by the fire till all be disclosed; then put them all under her, and let her keep them warm, and let none of them straggle abroad till they are three
_Phillis_ was the chief of these sea-studies, and was like _Rosalynde_ "hatcht in the stormes of the ocean and feathered in the surges of many perillous seas."
Mr. Bradleys ship that was to Come in the room of the Wellcome and to bring us in all our goods And to mend the matter here there are very odd Storys broch'd of his Circumstances which I will hope has no foundation but hatcht on purpose to give his affairs a Clogg * here Capt.
Contrivances and Plots that ever was hatcht or set on foot by any
Among these Sands they lay their eggs, which afterwards, they cover with their feet: And here they find them hatcht, and with young generation, by the only heat of the Sun.
Author: lay the saddle on the right horse: but _Hony soit qui mal y pense_: let shame light on him that hatcht the mischief.
And first of all I wond6r the Leiu* Gov 'is not at the head of the subscribers, being an affair hatcht & spirited up by him, the substance whereof he gave me in a letter a few days before it was sign'd; but I believe he thought it so trifling as made him asham'd to be of the number; yet I doubt not but he took care to attend this matter with his magnifying letters.