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"A Muddle"? 1

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Tramping bands of Welsh reapers on their way to Herefordshire for the harvest were a pictures- que sight in years gone by. Rev. J. Warner, of Bath, -described a scene he witnessed in Breck- nockshire in the summer of 1798 as follows :— "Large parties of reapers, amounting to two or three hundred met us while on their way to Herefordshire and Gloucestershire for the harvest month. They were remarkable in the uniformity of their dress, which consisted of a jacket and breeches of thick striped flannel, the manufacture of the country, and dyed almost invariably of a light blue colour."

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