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A Learned Dissertation On Dumpling 1726

Auhtor: Henry Charles Carey

Language: english
Published: 1727

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Review by Timothy B. Riley, March 2007


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Excerpts from the Book 'A Learned Dissertation On Dumpling 1726':

... Vinton A. Dearing, University of California, Los Angeles Arthur Friedman, University of Chicago Louis A. Landa, Princeton University Earl Miner, University ...
... is call'd BRAND's to this Day [' invisible] his real Name was John Brand, [here and above, see Author's Correction] not one of the King's Cooks [' invisible] ...
... wiser and wiser, the Project was improv'd, and Dumpling grew to be Pudding: One Projector found Milk better than Water another introduc'd Butter some ...
... he would make a Pudding out of a Flint-stone, comparatively speaking. It is needless to enumerate the many sorts of Pudding he made, such as Plain ...
... rather Pity than Ridicule, Ileave to the Determination of all good Christians: Icannot but say, it raises my Indignation, when I see these Paunch-gutted ...
... and Heart-burning to some Lubberly Abbots who loung'd about the Court they took it in great Dudgeon they were not Invited, and stuck so close to his ...
... instead of being at Mattins, he and his Trigrimates got together Hum-jum, all snug, and perform'd many Hellish and Diabolical Ceremonies. In short, they ...
... to the King's Use. It was then time for him to bestir himself and away to Court he goes, to recover his Lands, &c. not doubting but he had Friends ...
... made his old Friends the Monks attribute it to Witchcraft, and it was currently reported the Devil was his Helper. But good King Harry was not to be fobb'd ...
... He was a Man of the most Engaging Address, and never fail'd to draw Attention: Plenty and Good-Nature smil'd in his Face his Muscles were never distorted ...
... From thence the Painters and Print-sellers shall retail his goodly Phiz and what Sacheverel was, shall Sir John Pudding be his Head shall hang ...
... but a Pudding of Words. The Physicians, tho' they cry out so much against Cooks and Cookery, yet are but Cooks themselves with this difference only, ...
... do not sit so well on the Stomach as a good Marrow-Pudding or Bread-Pudding. In short, There is nothing valuable in Nature, but what, more or less, ...
... Talk less: Mind neither Good nor Bad, nor Right nor Wrong But Eat your Pudding, Fool, and Hold your Tongue. PRIOR. The Author of these excellent Lines ...
... flow Gently, sweetly, Row by Row: Let the Verse the Subject fit Little Subject, Little Wit: Namby Pamby is your Guide Albion's Joy, Hibernia's ...
... faster, Pin by Pin Pins a-piece to see his Show Boys and Girls flock Row by Row From their Cloaths the Pins they take, Risque a Whipping for his sake ...
... in London,&c. N. B. The very Cuts are worth the Money there being, inter alia, above 300 curious Heads of Learned Authors, on large Copper-Plates, ...
... to POT. * * * * * * * * *. Pudding and Dumpling Burnt to POT. Or, A Compleat. K E Y. to the DISSERTATION ...
... occasion, being obliged to write Night and Day, Sundays and working Days, without the least Assistance. All our Journeymen Writers being now turned Masters, ...
... of the screw - The beast in the jungle.Henrik Ibsen : Gildet P SolhaugHenrik Ibsen (20 March 1828 ? 23 May 1906) was a major 19th-century Norwegian ...