Mr. buddle, of Wallsend, whose statistics of the coal-trade have been quoted by McCulloch and other writers on the subject.
The water is made turbid by this stirring, and carries the mud and sand and small particles of metal into the buddle below.
These 135 questions were submitted to Mr. buddle, and they produced the following letter.
The mud which flows down with the water settles between the twigs and the board which closes the lower end of the buddle.
No doubt of it, my dear buddle; and if they were five or six years younger, such things would soon be put out of their heads.
On Sunday, I went with Mr. buddle to your blower, with the single lamps furnished with small tin reflectors.
The old houses around the buddle are of dark and mysterious aspect.
The late Mr. buddle, who described them to me, told me he had seen similar phenomena in the Newcastle coal-field.
And the interesting question arises as to whether Cornwall did not derive the stamp-mill, buddle, and strake, from the Germans.
It is surely impossible, my dear buddle; how could he officiate in our church after being a professed papist?