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It is fold kw about tcn (billings waggon:, load, delivered at their honks in the town. Theaffics alio prove very good manure for I.h graft; and arable kind ; and the farmers give from four
pence to fix pence a buffic4 for them, which renders this firing very cheap.

Great numbers of trtes arc plainly vifibte in de true prat, lying irregularly one upon another ; and
fometimes even cart-loads of them have been takes out, and dricd for firing but the nearer there trees

lie to the furface of the ground, the lefs found is the wood : and fornetimcs the fmall twigs, which
lic at the bottom, arc fo firm, as not to be eafily cut thro' with the ufual peat-fpade. Thee new are generally oaks, alders, willows, and firs, bcfides fome others not cafily to be known. The (mill roots arc generally periffied ; but yet have fufficient figns to flww, that the trees were torn up by the roots, and wcrc not cut down, there being no fign of the ax faw s which, had they been felled, would have hem plainly vilible.
No acorns are found in the peat, the.' many cones

of the fir-tree arc, and alfo great number of notfhells. They are all of a dairies; colour s and Ws nuts are hollow within, and forne of them have a
hole at the broad end.

A great many horns, heads, and bones of kraal kinds of deer, the horns of the antelope, du heada
and tufks of boars, the hcads of beavers, CYc. are alia

found in it : and 1 have been told, that fame human bones have been found ; but I never faw any of thek snyfelf, tho' 1 have of all the others.
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