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" Free-will they one way disavow, Another, nothing else allow. All piety consists therein In them, in other men all sin. Rather than fail, they will defy That which they love most tenderly, Quarrel with minc'd pies, and disparage Their best and dearest... "
Notices illustrative of the drama, and other popular amusements, chiefly in ... - Page 110
by William Kelly (of Leicester.) - 1865 - 310 pages
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The English Poets, Volume 2

Thomas Humphry Ward - English poetry - 1880
...sin. Rather than fail they will defy That which they love most tenderly ; Quarrel with mince-pies, and disparage Their best and dearest friend plum-porridge...itself oppose, And blaspheme custard through the nose. 'NEW LIGHT.' Tis a dark lantern of the spirit, Which none see by but those that bear it ; A light that...
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The English Poets, Volume 2

Thomas Humphry Ward - English poetry - 1880
...sin. Rather than fail they will defy That which they love most tenderly ; Quarrel with mince-pies, and disparage Their best and dearest friend plum-porridge...itself oppose, And blaspheme custard through the nose. 'NEW LIGHT.' 'Tis a dark lantern of the spirit, Which none see by but those that bear it ; A light...
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The Life of John Milton: Narrated in Connexion with the Political ..., Volume 6

David Masson - 1880
...sin. Rather than fail, they will defy That which they love most tenderly; Quarrel with mince-pies, and disparage Their best and dearest friend, plum-porridge...itself oppose, And blaspheme custard through the nose." There are two respects in which Butler's Hudibras, consistently enough with its general character as...
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Belgravia: A London Magazine, Volume 41

1880
...seventeenth, would defy That which ho loved most tenderly ; Quarrel with mince-pie, and disparage His best and dearest friend, plum-porridge ; Fat pig and...itself oppose, And blaspheme custard through the nose. Society in France was radically corrupt and vicious, and the philosophers assailed it savagely and...
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Masterpieces of English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and ...

William Swinton - American literature - 1880 - 638 pages
...tenderly ; Quarrel with minced pies, and disparage Their best and dearest friend plum porridge ; Fat pig and goose itself oppose, And blaspheme custard through the nose. 170 Th' apostles of this fierce religion, Like Mahomet's, were ass and widgeon, To whom our knight,...
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Hudibras, Volume 1

Samuel Butler - 1881
...225 Rather than fail, they will defy That which they love most tenderlyji Quarrel with minced-pies, and disparage Their best and dearest friend plum-porridge ; Fat pig and goose itself oppose, 230 And blaspheme custard through the nose. Th' apostles of this fierce religion, Like Mahomet's, were...
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The Leisure Hour, Volume 31

1882
...mind to : Still so perverse and opposite, As if they worshipp'd God for spite. Quarrel with minced pies, and disparage Their best and dearest friend,...goose itself oppose, And blaspheme custard through the ncse." The cynic appears in the following : " A teacher's doctrine, and his proof, Is all his province,...
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Guerndale: An Old Story

Frederic Jesup Stimpson - 1882
...Puritans, who would, in the words of Sir John Denham, " quarrel with mince-pies and disparage theii best and dearest friend, plum-porridge ; fat pig and...itself oppose, and blaspheme custard through the nose." Sir Godfrey was fairly disposed toward these people, and presumed, as he intended not to trouble them,...
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Here and There: Quaint Quotations, a Book of Wit

H. L. Sidney Lear - Quotations - 1882 - 176 pages
...most tenderly ; Quarrel with minc'd pies, and disparage Their best and dearest friend, plum porridge. Fat pig and goose itself oppose, And blaspheme custard through the nose. Th' apostles of this fierce religion, Like Mahomet's, were ass and widgeon, 74 Why Walts has no Poet....
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Red-letter Poems by English Men and Women

English poetry - 1885 - 648 pages
...all sin. Rather than fail they will defy That which they love most tenderly; Quarrel with mince-pies, and disparage Their best and dearest friend plum-porridge;...itself oppose, And blaspheme custard through the nose. HONOR. HE that is valiant and dares fight, Though drubbed, can lose no honor by't. Honor's a lease...
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