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" tis the appetite Makes eating a delight, And if I like one dish More than another, that a pheasant is : What in our watches, that in us is found ; So to the height and nick We up be wound, No matter by what hand or trick. "
The British Muse, Or, A Collection of Thoughts, Moral, Natural, and Sublime ... - Page 79
by Thomas Hayward, William Oldys - 1737
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The Works of Sir John Suckling: Containing His Poems, Letters and Plays

Sir John Suckling - English literature - 1709 - 376 pages
...me now from chufing new. If I a Fancy take To black and blue, That Fancy doth it Beauty make. III. Tis not the Meat, but 'tis the Appetite Makes eating a Delight, And if I like one Diffj More than another, That a Pheafant is j What in our Watches, that in us is found, So to the height...
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The Quintessence of English Poetry, Or, a Collection of All the Beautiful ...

Thomas Hayward, William Oldys - English poetry - 1740
...though fome long ago Lik'd certain colours mingled fo and fo, That doth not tie me now from chafing new : If I fancy take To black and blue, That fancy...appetite Makes eating a delight : And if I like one difh More than another, that a pheafant is ; What in our watches, that in us is found ;So to the height...
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The new encyclopędia; or, Universal dictionary ofarts and sciences

Encyclopaedia Perthensis - 1807
...bred of alms and fofter'd with cold tHQ-et, With fcrapso'lh' court; it is no contract, none. SUktift 'Tis not the mea't, but 'tis the appetite Makes eating a delight ; And if 1 like one Jijh More than another, that a pheafant is. Suckling. — The eaith would have been deprived...
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J. Beaumont, G. and P. Fletcher, F. Beaumont, Browne, Davenant, Habington ...

Alexander Chalmers - English poetry - 1810
...long ago Lik'd certain colours mingled so and so, That doth not tie me now from choosing new : [f I a fancy take To black and blue, That fancy doth it beauty...appetite, Makes eating a delight, And if I like one tlish VTore than another, that a pheasant is ; What in our watches tlist iu us is found, So to the...
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Encyclopaedia Perthensis, Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts ..., Volume 16

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1816
...fpun out to that length for fome politic refpects, and then to cut it off in the very nick. Howe!.— So to the height and nick we up be wound, No matter by what hand or trick. Suckling. That trick, } Had it come in the nick. /• Had touch'd us to the quick, j Dinham, Though...
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Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts ..., Volume 7

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1816
...kind of food. — I have here a dijh of doves, that I would beftow upon your worfhip. Sbakesp. — 'Tis not the meat, but 'tis the appetite Makes eating a delight ; And if I like one dlfh More than another, that a phcaf.int is. SuctHitg. — The earth would have been deprived of a...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Volume 7

Thomas Curtis - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1829
...than other-* ; that is, more concave, by setting off the spokes and ftlli^s more outwards. Martini??. Tis not the meat, but 'tis the appetite, Makes eating a delight ; And if I like one dish More than another, that a plieaitmt is. Suckling. The same care and toil that raise a dish of...
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Selections from the works of sir John Suckling. To which is prefixed, a life ...

John Suckling (sir.) - 1836
...long ago Lik'd certain colours mingled so and so, That doth not tie me now from choosing new : If I a fancy take To black and blue, That fancy doth it beauty...appetite Makes eating a delight, And if I like one dish More than another, that a pheasant is. What in our watches, that in us is found, So to the height...
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Selections from the Works of Sir John Suckling

Sir John Suckling, Alfred Inigo Suckling - SUCKLING, ALFRED INIGRO,1796-1856 - 1836 - 411 pages
...'tis the appetite Makes eating a delight, And if I like one dish More than another, that a pheasant is. What in our watches, that in us is found, So to...nick We up be wound, No matter by what hand or trick. SONG. No, no, fair heretick, it needs must be But an ill love in me, And worse for thee ; For were...
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The Loves and Heroines of the Poets

Richard Henry Stoddard - Love poetry - 1861 - 480 pages
...ago Liked certain colours, mingled so, and so, That doth not tie me now from choosing new ; If I a fancy take To black and blue, That fancy doth it beauty...appetite Makes eating a delight ; And if I like one dish More than another, that a pheasant is. What in our watches, that in us is found ; So to the height...
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