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First published 1963 (DOST Vol. III).

Harrag(e, Hariage, n. Also: harradge, harage, hareage, hariadge, harieage. [Var. of Arrage n.] = Average n.(a) c 1480 Lindores A. 411.
ij bollis costome aittis with fodder, withe hareage and carrage
1557 Reg. Dunferm. 400.
To pay ȝeirlye … twelf caponis togiddir witht hariage, careage, and dew serwice
1566 Prot. Bk. D. Gray 31.
To releve the said master Dauid of the hareage, careage, & dew seruice
1627 Rep. Parishes 88.
Harieage
1669 Urie Baron Ct. 88.
Aither to pey hariadge, cariadge, and dew service … or … tenne markis yeirlie
(b) 1554 Liber Ins. Miss. lvii.
Prowyding that we be payit for harrage, carrage, and dews vsit and wout
1600 Acts IV. 215/2.
All and haill the … teyndis, fewfermes, harage, careage [etc.]
1604 Urie Baron Ct. 177.
With harrage, carrage within the maines, togedder with lang arrage
1617 Ib. 22.
The haill tennentis … being requirit to enter to their seruices, harrages and carrageis
1632 Aberd. Sheriff Ct. II. 323.
Harradge
1647 Burnett Fam. P.
Paying … aught poinds … of silver diutie yearlie … togeider with harrage, carrage

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