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The Flowing Bowl: When and what to Drink : Full Instructions how to Prepare ... - Page 85
by William Schmidt - 1891 - 294 pages
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A poetical translation of the works of Horace: with the original ..., Volume 3

Horace - 1750
...Jeft, When you, great Hoft, return'd with alter'd Face, As if to mend with Art your late Difgrace. The Slaves behind in mighty Charger bore A Crane in Pieces torn, and powder'd o'er With Salt and Flower ; and a white Gander's Liver, Stuff 'd fat with Figs, befpoke the curious Giver ; Be84. Ktfiiiene,...
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Horace

Horace, Henry James Pye - Latin poetry - 1806 - 454 pages
...our laugh was drest, Servilius ever seconding the jest, When you, great host, returned with altered face. As if to mend with art your late disgrace. The...charger .bore A crane in pieces torn, -and powder'd o'«r With salt and flour ; and a white gander's liver, Stuffd fat with figs, bespoke the curious giver...
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Horace

Horace, Henry James Pye - Latin poetry - 1806 - 454 pages
...alter'd face, 105 As if to mend witli art your late disgrace. The slaves hehind in mighty charger hore A crane in pieces torn, and powder'd o'er With salt...and a white gander's liver, Stuffd fat with figs, hespoke the curious giver ; 110 Besides the wings of hares, for, so it seems, No man of luxury the-hack...
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Works

Horace - 1807
...laugh was drest, Servilius ever seconding the jest, When you, great host, return with alter'd ftc?f As if to mend with art your late disgrace. The slaves behind in mighty charger bore A crane m pieces torn, and powder'd o'er With salt and flour ; and a white gander's liver, Stuff 'd fat with...
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Sketches of the domestic manners and institutions of the romans

History - 1821 - 347 pages
...rarities, the epicurism of the ancients extended even to the colour of the bird that produced them : — " The slaves behind in mighty charger bore A crane in...With salt and flour ; and a white gander's liver, StufPd fat with figs, bespoke the curious giver ; Besides the wings of hares, for so, it seems, No...
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Sketches of the domestic manners, and institutions, of the Romans

Rome - 1823 - 272 pages
...rarities, the epicurism of the ancients extended even to the colour of the hird that produced them: — '1 The slaves behind in mighty charger bore A crane in pieces torn, and powdei d o'er With salt and flour ; and a white gander's liver, Stnff'd fat with figs, bespoke ths...
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The American Quarterly Review, Issues 3-4

Robert Walsh - American literature - 1827
...Anser. L.) and especially the s#«ter albus, or white goose, was highly appreciated. A practice. * "The slaves behind in mighty charger bore A Crane...pieces torn, and powder'd o'er With salt and flour." Francis. f A transcript from that curious publication, '^The Regulations of the fifth Earl of Northumberland,"...
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Horace, Volume 1

Horace - Epistolary poetry, Latin - 1835
...was dress'd, Servilius ever seconding the jest, When you, great host, return with alter'd face, 105 As if to mend with art your late disgrace. The slaves...With salt and flour ; and a white gander's liver, Stuff 'd fat with figs, bespoke the curious giver ; 110 Besides the wings of hares, for so, it seems,...
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The American Quarterly Review, Volume 2

Robert Walsh - Technology & Engineering - 1827
...Jinser. L.) and especially the J$nser albus, or white-goose, was highly appreciated. A practice, * "The slaves behind in mighty charger bore A Crane in pieces torn, and powdePd o'er With salt and flour." Fronds. •}• A transcript from that curious publication, " The...
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Animal Simples, Approved for Modern Uses of Cure

William Thomas Fernie - Zoology, Medical - 1899 - 565 pages
...as highly esteemed then as they now are by lovers of patt de foic ttrns. Horace describes how — " The slaves behind in mighty charger bore A Crane, in pieces torn, and powdered o'er With salt and flour; whilst a white Gander's liver StufPd fat with f,gs, bespoke the...
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