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a greater amount than the enough [     ] depth of the Moss where       1
here and there thrown high [     ] the water was thirty-nine months [     ] a footbold to the scant and hardy In       2
searching it out from the confused mass we found enough       3
( Though sometimes there is a small fire from the carriages, the place being so... )       4
quite enough damage done.
The Storm-Birds or Channelbill Cuckoos were feeding in the big fig-trees for hours       5
out in the grounds; lead stripped from the roof; enough       6
I have seen enough damage done by curl-leaf this morning to pay for spraying all the orchards within five miles.       7
freezing weather has passed and left its scars upon these exposed places.
At any rate there was enough       8
sho’ been enough damage done at thata heap of it.
Some o’ the houses all caved in. The Benedittis los’ everythin’ they owned.
Dommage! With all them kids!       9
square enough / damage done       10
enough damage done by one flood       11
enough damage done to make doors       12
In his opinion, a distinctive enough damage       13
There’s been enough damage done already by me meddling.       14
and that it has given very and enough damage done in one hour’s the question-asking habit.       15
enough damage done now.
All the same, I wonder why she doesn’t get rid of the horse.       16
and if this were not enough damage done, my eyeglass was       17

sources (not chronological; all within the near orbit, at least, of enough damage done)

  1. preview snippet only, at Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Committee on the Liverpool and Manchester Railroad Bill (1825) : 282 of 772
  2. OCR cross-column misread, at “Drainage Operations in Holland,” in The Friend, a religious and literary journal 49:42 (Philadelphia; Seventh-Day, Sixth Month 3, 1876) : 329-330
    note : OCR reads “foothold” as “footbold.”
  3. ex Lewis Hopkins, “A Pearl River Camp. II.” in Forest and Stream, “A weekly journal of the rod and gun” 59:18 (November 1, 1902) : 350
  4. ex Charles S. Pelham-Clinton, “The Royal Arsenal at Woolwich,” The Cosmopolitan 11:2 (June 1891) : 142-149 (146)
  5. ex Sidney Wm. Jackson, “In the Barron River Valley, North Queensland. Field observations in the Tinaroo and Atherton scrubs, with photographs by the author.” The Emu : Official Organ of the Australasian Ornithologists’ Union, Vol. 8, Part 5 (extra), (1st June, 1909) : 233-283 (259)
  6. ex J. S. Fletcher, The Cistercians in Yorkshire (London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1919) : 318
    Joseph Smith Fletcher (1863-1935) : wikipedia
  7. ex L. R. Taft, “The diseases of Fruits” Report of the Michigan State Pomological Society (Proceedings of the Summer Meeting) 23 (1893) : 63-69 (at “The whole matter discussed,” 68)
  8. ex North Adams (Massachusetts), Department of Public Works, Annual Report (1915) : 87 (snippet only)
  9. ex Stella G. S. Perry, Palmetto : The Romance of a Louisiana Girl (1920) : 351
    Stella George Stern Perry (1877-1956), Barnard College alum; her Online Books Page
    at same page (351), discussion of “concrete and steel safety stations,” raised above floodwater level; levees.
  10. OCR cross-column misread at F. W. W., “Circumstantial Evidence,” The Mentor 21:11 (September 1921) : 1-5 (4)
    The Mentor, A monthly magazine contributed to, edited and printed by inmates of the Massachusetts State Prison at Charlestown in the shadow of historic Bunker Hill. ¶ The Mentor is devoted to the interest of that great body of men and women who while in prison are earnestly seeking for a way out into the light of Reason, up the Path of Courage, to Success”
  11. U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations, Hearings on “War Department Appropriation Bill, 1923,” Friday, April 21, 1922 (on rivers and harbors appropriations, here relating to the Ohio and Mississippi rivers) : 838
  12. ex “Less Work for Mowing Away Hay... by an Iowa cattle feeder who feeds 200 tons of hay each year,” System on the Farm 6:3 (March 1920) : 192
  13. snippet only, at The Northwestern Miller 118 (1919?) : 1038
  14. ex George Bronson-Howard, God’s Man : A Novel (1915) : 430
    George Bronson-Howard (1884-1922) : wikipedia; many items at archive.org
    “The author held a commission as captain of cavalry in the Chinese army...” (see his “The Door of the Double-Dragon,” The Popular Magazine 9:3 (September 1907) : 1-55
  15. ex “Getting Ahead of Jack” [frost], The Fruit-Grower and Farmer 26:5 (March 1, 1915) : 162
  16. ex Sumner Locke, Samaritan Mary (1916) : 120
    (three copies at hathitrust, including U Alberta microform and two others)
    Helena Sumner Locke (1881-1917) : wikipedia; Australian Dictionary of Biography
  17. “...shattered by the spring weather,”
    ex Maurice Baring (1874-1945, wikipedia), R. F. C.   H. Q., 1914-1918 (1920) : 284 (snippet only; entire at hathitrust)

“Quite enough damage done for one day.”

Lady Diana Shedden (1898-1935? *) and Lady Aspley (1895-1966, wikipedia), ”To Whom the Goddess...Hunting and Riding for Women (London, 1932) : 185

19 November 2021