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Page 26 - ... Jeffrey Hearty, is introduced. He is delighted to see the substantial fare of which the city ladies have been partaking. " Aye," says he, " this is like the good old-fashioned way of housekeeping. I expected to have found you all set round a table no bigger than a pasteboard, and not much stronger, by my troth! with a parcel of little crocks that hold no more than a girl would drink before her sweetheart.
Page 29 - Aye, aye, if a friend comes to town, they come to drink with you for joy; if they go out of town, they come to help you to wash away sorrow; so that the good people are resolved to share both your pleasure and your pain, provided they may have a little victuals and drink to keep up their spirits.
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