Definition of Musking
1. musk [v] - See also: musk
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Literary usage of Musking
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Maryland Historical Magazine by Maryland Historical Society (1916)
"4 to % in width a Beautiful Country; Every Man his Canoe as the water of the musking-gam will run over those banks & Bottoms from 6 to ..."
2. A Dictionary of Weights and Measures for the British Isles: The Middle Ages by Ronald Edward Zupko (1985)
"1820 Second Rep. 24: Mug, Bedfordshire: of ale, a pint. 1895 Donisthorpe 87: In Bedfordshire a pint was usually called a mug. mugg, mugge. MUG musking ..."
3. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1911)
"The act of 1864 and the resolution of 1870 each, therefore, establish a limit beyond which the company cannot go on musking its general indemnity selections ..."
4. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Being His Autobiography, Correspondence by Thomas Jefferson, Henry Augustine Washington (1854)
"A Mr. Jones, son to a respectable family of this neighborhood (Bethlehem), who was then on his passage up musking- hum, with two other men, was fortunately ..."
5. Pennsylvania Archives by Pennsylvania Dept. of Public Instruction, Pennsylvania State Library (1853)
"... w". them to musking- ham, as they think 150 miles. On the 16th March made their Escape, & got into Pittsburgh on the 31st. That Six Indians, Hurons, ..."
6. History of Morgan's Cavalry by Basil Wilson Duke (1867)
"... while Hobson had made his appearance with a large force on the opposite bank of the musking- ham so that to retrace our steps would be ruin. ..."
7. The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries by John Austin Stevens, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Martha Joanna Lamb, Henry Phelps Johnston, Nathan Gilbert Pond, William Abbatt (1877)
"September n—Arrived at musking- ham between one and two o'clock where we found every person happy to see us— and I never had a more agreeable tour than this ..."