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(quote-book)|chapter=The Cock and the Fox: or, The Tale of the Nun’s Priest, from (w)|title=(w)|location=London|publisher=Jacob Tonson|page=225|url=http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A36625.0001.001|passage=A Yard she had with Pales enclos’d about, / Some high, some low, and a dry Ditch without. / Within this Homestead, liv’d without a Peer, / For crowing loud, the noble Chanticleer:
(quote-book)|title=(w)|location=London|publisher=B. White & Son|year_published=1789|section=Letter 43 to (w)|page=242|url=http://name.umdl.umich.edu/004806094.0001.000|passage=(..) no sooner has a hen disburdened herself, than she rushes forth with a clamorous kind of joy, which the cock and the rest of his mistresses immediately adopt. The tumult is not confined to the family concerned, but catches from yard to yard, and spreads to every homestead within hearing, till at last the whole village is in an uproar.
(quote-book)|title=(w)|section=Part 1|chapter=1|url=http://www.gutenberg.org/files/550/550-h/550-h.htm|passage=It was an important-looking village, with a fine old church and large churchyard in the heart of it, and two or three large brick-and-stone homesteads, with well-walled orchards and ornamental weathercocks, standing close upon the road (..)
A parcel of land in the interior of North America, usually 160 acres, that was distributed to settlers from Europe or eastern North America under the ''(w)'' of 1870 in Canada or the ''(w)'' of 1862 in the United States.
(quote-book)|title=(w)|section=Part 1|chapter=2|url=http://www.gutenberg.org/files/24/24-h/24-h.htm|passage=He owned exactly six hundred and forty acres of what stretched outside his door; his own original homestead and timber claim, making three hundred and twenty acres, and the half-section adjoining, the homestead of a younger brother who had given up the fight, gone back to Chicago to work in a fancy bakery (..)
The place that is one's home.
(quote-book)|chapter=To the never-dying Memory of the Noble (w)|editor=(w)|title=Lachrymæ Musarum|location=London|page=54|url=http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A29640.0001.001|passage=Grief from yeer to yeer / Rents my poor Heart, and makes his Home-stead there:
A cluster of several houses occupied by an extended family.
The home or seat of a family; place of origin.
(quote-book)|author=(w)|title=The Contemplations upon the History of the New Testament|location=London|year_published=1661||page=30|url=http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A45190.0001.001|passage=Where then wast thou tempted, O Blessed Jesu? or whither wentest thou to meet with our great Adversary? I do not see thee led into the marketplace, or any other part of the City, or thy home-stead of ''Nazareth'', but into the vast Wilderness, the habitation of beasts;
(quote-book)|title=View of the Russian Empire during the Reign of Catharine the Second, and to the Close of the Present Century|location=London|publisher=Longman and Rees|volume=2|section=Book 2, Section 4|page=38|url=https://archive.org/details/viewofrussianemp02tookuoft|passage=The (w), as they are called in the russian and polish year-books, name themselves (w), and were a powerful nomadic nation, which we can trace back to a homestead on the rivers Volga and Ural.
(quote-book)|title=(w)|chapter=2|url=https://archive.org/details/eastofeden00john_0|passage=When Samuel and Liza came to the Salinas Valley all the level land was taken, the rich bottoms, the little fertile creases in the hills, the forests, but there was still marginal land to be homesteaded, and in the barren hills, to the east of what is now King City, Samuel Hamilton homesteaded.