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" It is without controversy that in the nonage of the world, men and beasts had but one buttery, which was the fountain and river ; nor do we read of any vines or wines till two hundred years after the Flood ; but now I do not know or hear of any nation... "
Epistolæ Ho-Elianæ: The familiar letters of James Howell - Page 229
by James Howell - 1907
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Epistolæ Ho-Elianæ: Familiar Letters, Domestic and Forren. Divided Into ...

James Howell - England - 1688 - 505 pages
...It is without controverfie,that in the Nonage of theWorld,Meo and Beafls had but one Buttery,which was the fountain and River} nor do we read of any...hear of any Nation, that hath Water only for their Drink,except t\Kjaponeis,md they drink it hot loo : But we may fay, that what Beverage foever we make,...
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Epistolæ Ho-Elianæ: Familiar Letters Domestick and Foreign, Divided Into ...

James Howell - England - 1726 - 518 pages
...felf for 'that purpofe. It is without controverfy, that in the nonage-'of the world, men and beafts had but one buttery, which was the Fountain and River...Nation that hath Water only for their drink, except rhe Japonols, and they drink it hot too ; but we may fay, that what beverage foever we make, either...
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The American Monthly Magazine, Volume 4; Volume 10

American literature - 1837
...therein abroad, I am bold now to confirm and amplify in this letter, what I then let drop extempore from me, having made a recollection of myself for...It is without controversy, that in the non-age of tlie world, men and beasts had but one buttery, which was the fountain and river ; nor do we read of...
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Cyclopædia of English literature

Robert Chambers - 1844
...therein abroad : I am bold non- tu confirm and amplify, in this letter, what I then lot drop extempore from me, having made a recollection of myself for...which was the fountain and river, nor do we read of <uy vines or wines till two hundred years after the nVd ; but now I do not know or hear of any nation...
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Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A Selection of the Choicest ..., Volume 1

Robert Carruthers - English literature - 1849
...confirm and amplify, in this letter, what I then let drop extempore from me, having made a recollectiuo loudly play The praises of the Lord in lively notes...with hollow throats, The choristers the joyous an butterv, which was the fountain and river, nor do we read of any vines or wines till two hundred years...
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Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A Selection of the Choicest ..., Volume 1

Robert Carruthers - English literature - 1853
...therein abroad : I am bold now to confirm and amplify, in this letter, what I then let drop extempore from me, having made a recollection of myself for...the nonage of the world, men and beasts had but one butterv, which was the fountain and river, nor do we read of any vines or wines till two hundred years...
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Folk-etymology: A Dictionary of Verbal Corruptions Or Words Perverted in ...

Abram Smythe Palmer - English language - 1882 - 664 pages
...Buttry. Beare, two tonne hoggesheads a xlvim the • tonne, vi". The Luw/v Manuscripti (1556), p. 11. In the nonage of the world Men and Beasts had but one Buttery, which was the Fountain and River. — Howell, Familiar Letteri, Ilk. ii. 54(1639). To it [the fonda] frequently is attached a cafe, or...
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Nineteen centuries of drink in England: a history

Richard Valpy French - Alcoholism - 1884 - 398 pages
...contained in a long epistle to Lord Cliffe, upon the subject of comparative driukdom. He writes : — It is without controversy that in the nonage of the...hear of any nation that hath water only for their cbrink, except the Japanese, and they drink it hot too ; but we may say that whatever beverage soever...
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Epistolae Ho-Elianae: The Familiar Letters of James Howell ..., Volume 2

James Howell - England - 1890
...therein abroad, I am bold now to confirm and amplify in this Letter what I then let drop extempore from me, having made a recollection of myself for...River ; nor do we read of any Vines or Wines till 200 years after the flood : But now I do not know or hear of any Nation that hath Water only for their...
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