Similar results are the outcome of the brickyard Act of 1871, as touching the welfare of the children.
Then some people got hold of me and pulled me out and took me over to a brickyard.
The neighbourhood of the brickyard was shelled and gassed until the crew longed for the battle.
Hed have to hurry if he was to get to that brickyard in seventeen minutes!
Huntsville, Ala., has a brickyard that is owned and controlled by Negroes.
The bricks were all made in the school's brickyard, and laid by the students.
People who could not afford to go to Portobello for convalescence brought their children to the brickyard.
I know why it is called the Brick Bridge—because the brickyard is opposite——!
So it came about, after long and slow deliberation, that the first brickyard was started.
In the meantime he spent most of the day in a brickyard at the back.