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Start to set de cornhouse afire, but my Ma say: 'Please sir, don't burn de cornhouse.
I wuz in de cornhouse a-shuckin 'corn to go to de mill on Saturday.
A certain Goodsir Canty's cornhouse stood near them in a clump of trees beside the road, and as the door was open they crept in, gulped down great "chunks" of cake, distributed vast slices of what was left about their persons, Obed taking by far the lion's share, and then they parted, vowing eternal secrecy.
Near by is a cornhouse and a small distillery, and the corrals for sheep shearing are not far off.
The improvements were a good stone dwelling house, kitchen barn, stable, smokehouse, cornhouse and a stone smith shop.