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The British had fired 143 cannon shot into the fort before the arrival of Gen. Clay.
Only the laborers on the plantations smoke small clay pipes.
They use those with long, straight stems, and both their clay and porcelain pipes are of the finest form and finish.
Papier maché buttons came in with Henry Clay's patent in 1778.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
It is the custom in the English forts to make every Indian who comes to trade, a present of a clay pipe filled with tobacco.
The Turks (especially those of the lower orders) use a kind of clay pipe made of red earth decorated with gilding.
Softly tremble in the delicate blue mist and the azure spirals from his old Virginia clay—the domes of a sea-bathed city.
Eventually, however, both varieties become converted into clay, their magnesia and potash passing gradually into soluble forms.
Clay (excluding that type used in the manufacture of pottery) ranks fifth in financial value.
The "pigeon house" stood behind a locked gate, and a shallow parterre that had been somewhat neglected.

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