By-the-bye, Mr Campbell, where have you built your pigsties?
Separate cow-houses and pigsties are also appended to each cottage.
Old Johnny used to build little walls and pigsties down in Lincolnshire, and had his boy, young Johnny, with him.
The pigsties have no more smell than the stables, because the manure is removed, and no garbage is allowed to accumulate.
A dozen simple huts stand irregularly about the square, some half decayed and serving as pigsties.
One of the greatest drawbacks to the majority of the pigsties is the absence of ventilation without draught.
Pigsties are generally near the dwellings, and are always surrounded by decomposing matters.
"It shall not be said that while I live in a palace, my poor live in pigsties," said Lionel to Mr. Bitterworth one day.
Though sub-antarctic, it possessed features as up-to-date as electric-light, universal even in pigsties and henhouses.
Are they to insist on privileges, where their condescension only amounts to pigsties?