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(c.) W. Sutherland in R. Wodrow's ''The history of the sufferings of the Church of Scotland, from the Restauration to the Revolution'', volume I, Appendix: page 101:
- I... bought a Farthel of Bread and a Mutckin of Ale.
(ante) W. Noye, ''The Complete Lawyer'', 57:
- You must note, that two Fardells of Land make a Nooke of Land, and two Nookes make halfe a Yard of Land.
1706, ''Phillips's New World of Words'':
- Fardel of Land, the fourth part of a Yard-land.
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- Who would fardels bear
- to grunt and sweat under a weary life(..)
- It doth also appear by the abbreviate of the accounts sent home out of the Indies, that there remained in the hands of the agent, master Starkey, 482 fardels of calicos, viz.: 8 canisters of pintados, and 117 fardels of checkered stuffs, 51 fardels of long ''malow'' girdles,(..).
To make up in fardels.