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A Learned Dissertation On Dumpling

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... Dumpling the author displays a considerable knowledge of cooks and cookery in London by insinuating that to love dumpling is to love corruption, ...
... be dated, accord closely to the life, views, and writings of Carey. All three managers of Drury Lane were subscribers to Carey's Poems on Several ...
... Fricassee of Mine. I write not this, to Bite you by the Ear, (i.e.) flatter you out of a Brace or two of Guinea's: No as I am a true Dumpling ...
... than a Stone-Dumpling is to a Marrow Pudding tho' indeed, the British Dumpling at that time, was little better than what we call a Stone-Dumpling, ...
... Memory of that great Man, whose indefatigable Application to his Business, and deep Study in that occult Science, rendred him Poreblind to remedy ...
... the Pudding was eat, the Obligation was over: Which made Sir John compose that excellent Proverb, Not a word of the Pudding. And finding all ...
... Talent, he was a great Virtuoso in all manner of Eatables and tho' he might come short of Lambert for Confectionary-Niceties, yet was he not inferiour ...
... Magna Charta. In short, Pudding is of the greatest Dignity and Antiquity. Bread it self, which is the very Staff of Life, is, properly speaking, ...
... he says: Sleep very much Think little, and Talk less: Mind neither Good nor Bad, nor Right nor Wrong But Eat your Pudding, Fool, and Hold ...
... The Subscribers Names and Coats of Arms will be prefix'd to the Work. For those who are particularly Curious, some Copies ...
... Yhuchi! dandi ocatchu gao emousey. LONDON: Printed and Sold by A. DODD, without Temple-Bar, and H. WHITRIDGE, ...
... Lamb roasted. After the usual Complements for the unexpected Honour, and the old Apology of wishing it was better for his sake: The Maid, silly Girl! ...
... Cloth Clothes, and without a Rose in his Hat: Which made them conclude him to be a Presbyterian Parson. This Mention of old Lawrence, is in ...
... which he always wore as a Mark of his Sovereign's Favour. If this does not mean the late Revival of an ancient Order of Knighthood, I never ...
... 15. This seems to hint at the Opposition Sir **** met with from the contrary Party, and how sensible the K- was, that they were all unable ...
... thee the Kernel. If any should object, and say this Exposition is a Contradiction to the D-n's Principles I assure such Objector, that the D-n ...
... 21 January 1725 and 13 February 1727 respectively. P.iv.16-25. The preface ends on a similar note to Carey's Of Stage Tyrants (p. 108). ...
... on the Poems Attributed to Mr. Thomas Rowley (1782). 124. Anonymous, The Female Wits (1704). 125. Anonymous, The Scribleriad ...
... Publications of the first fifteen years of the Society (numbers 1-90) are available in paperbound units of six issues at $16.00 per unit, from the ...
... was printed in two versions by Hans Luft of Antwerp in 1529. This book appears in Robert Steele's list of books banned in Henry's reign Steele refers ...