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" A Lucanian boar, of tender kind Caught, says our host, in a soft southern wind. Around him lay whatever could excite, With pungent force, the jaded appetite; Rapes, lettuce, radishes, anchovy brine, With skerrets, and the lees of Coan wine. "
The Flowing Bowl: When and what to Drink : Full Instructions how to Prepare ... - Page 82
by William Schmidt - 1891 - 294 pages
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A poetical translation of the works of Horace [&c.].

Quintus Horatius Flaccus - 1747
...Monuments, we flull find it impoflible to explain the pjelent Entertainmens. Each Courfe I conAround him lay whatever could excite, With pungent Force, the jaded Appetite, Rapes, Lettuce, Radifhes, Anchovy-Brine, With Skerrets, and the Lees of Coan Wine. This Difh remov'd, a Slave expert...
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A poetical translation of the works of Horace: with the original ..., Volume 3

Horace - 1750
...from fome ancient Monuments, we fhall find it iznpofiible to explain the prcfent Entertainmens. Each Around him lay whatever could excite, "With pungent Force, the jaded Appetite, Rapes, Lettuce, Radifhes, Anchovy-Brine, "With Skerrets, and the Lees of Coan Wine. This Difli rcmov'd, a Slave expert...
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Horace

Horace, Henry James Pye - 1806 - 454 pages
...Sure never better. HORACE. Tell me, if you please, How did you first your appetite appease. FUNDANI09. First a Lucanian boar, of tender kind, Caught, says...force, the jaded appetite, Rapes, lettuce, radishes, anchovy-brine, With skerrets, and the lees of Coan wine. This dish remov'd, a slave expert and able...
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Horace

Horace, Henry James Pye - Latin poetry - 1806 - 454 pages
...How did you first your appetite appease, FUNDANIUS. first a Lucanian hoar, of tender hind, Canght, says our host, in a soft southern wind. Around him lay whatever coald excite, With pungent force, the jaded appetite, J0 Rapes, lettuce, radishes, anchovy-hrine, With...
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Works

Horace - 1807
...same happy wight, From early day, or you had been my guest ; But, prithee, tell me how you lik'd jour feast. Fundanius. Sure never better. Horace. Tell...force, the jaded appetite ; Rapes, lettuce, radishes, anchovy-brine, With skerrets, and the lees of Coan wine. This dish remov'd, a slave expert and able...
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Sketches of the domestic manners and institutions of the Romans

Romans - 1821
...!" Owen, sat. i. And Horace, who was no contemptible judge in such matters, boasts of " A Lucanian boar, of tender kind Caught, says our host,...brine, With skerrets, and the lees of Coan wine." Francis, b. it. sat. 8. Fish was sometimes brought to table alive, and weighed in the presence of the...
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Sketches of the domestic manners and institutions of the romans

History - 1821 - 347 pages
...And Horace, who was no contemptible judge in such matters, boasts of " A Lucanian boar, of lender kind Caught, says our host, in a soft southern wind....brine, With skerrets, and the lees of Coan wine." Francis, b. ii. sat. 8. Fish was sometimes brought to table alive, and weighed in the presence of the...
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Sketches of the domestic manners, and institutions, of the Romans

Rome - 1823 - 272 pages
...Owen, sat. i. And Horace, who was no contemptible judge in such matters, boasts of -" A Lucaniau boar, of tender kind Caught, says our host, in a soft...brine, With skerrets, and the lees of Coan wine." f i-iiMds's. b. ii. sat. 8. Fish was sometimes brought to table alive, and weighed in the presence...
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The American Quarterly Review, Issues 3-4

Robert Walsh - American literature - 1827
...mode of preparation, which we believe to be one great cause of the superiority of the Sardinian * " First a Lucanian boar, of tender kind, Caught, says our host, in a sort, -southern wind, Around him lay whatever could excite, AVith pungent force, the jaded appetite,...
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The American Quarterly Review, Volume 2

Robert Walsh - Technology & Engineering - 1827
...preparation, which we bfliovo to be one great cause of the superiority of the Sardinian * " First a Lncanian boar, of tender kind, Caught, says our host, in a...excite, With pungent force, the jaded appetite, liapcs, lettuce, radishes, anchovy brine, With skerrets, and Uic lees of Coan wine." Franett. and Virginian...
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