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" But because at that day, I hardly need say, The Hong Merchants had not yet invented How Qua, Nor as yet would you see Souchong or Bohea At the tables of persons of any degree : How our ancestors managed to do without tea I must fairly confess is a mystery... "
The Licensed Traders' Dictionary of Words and Terms Used in Connection with ... - Page 48
1903 - 62 pages
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 2

Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith - 1838
...persons of any degree ; How our ancestors managed to do without tea I must fairly confess is a myst'ry to me ; Yet your Lydgates and Chaucers Had no cups...in fact, and the best they could get, Was a sort of a dejeuner a la fourchetteInstead of our slops They had cutlets and chops, And sack-possets and ale...
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The Ingoldsby Legends Or Mirth and Marvels

1840 - 338 pages
...invented How Qua, Nor as yet would you see Souchong or Bohea At the tables of persons of any degree : How our ancestors managed to do without tea I must...your Lydgates and Chaucers Had no cups and saucers ; Instead of our slops They had cutlets and chops, And sack-possets, and ale in stoups, tankards, and...
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The Ingoldsby Legends; Or, Mirth and Marvels, Volume 1

Thomas Ingoldsby - 1852
...invented How Qua, Nor as yet would you see Souchong or Bohea At the tables of persons of any degree : How our ancestors managed to do without tea I must...your Lydgates and Chaucers Had no cups and saucers ; Instead of our slops They had cutlets and chops, And sack-possets, and ale in stoups, tankards, and...
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Ingoldsby Legends

Thomas Ingoldsby - English literature - 1852 - 320 pages
...invented How Qua, Nor as yet would you see Souchong or Bohea At the tables of persons of any degree ; How our ancestors managed to do without tea I must...confess is a mystery to me ; Yet your Lydgates and Chaucere Had no cups and saucers ; Their breakfast, in fact, and the best they could get, Was a sort...
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The Ingoldsby Legends: Or, Mirth & Marvels

Thomas Ingoldsby, Richard Harris Dalton Barham - English wit and humor - 1856
...invented How Qua, Nor as yet would you see Souchong or Bohea At the tables of persons of any degree; How our ancestors managed to do without tea I must...is a mystery to me; Yet your Lydgates and Chaucers Their breakfast, in fact, and the best they could get, Was a sort of a dejeitner d la fourchette ;...
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The Ingoldsby legends; or, Mirth and marvels, by Thomas Ingoldsby. With a ...

Richard Harris Dalton Barham - 1856
...invented How Qua, Nor as yet would you see Souchong or Bohea At the tables of persons of any degree ; How our ancestors managed to do without tea I must...confess is a mystery to me ; . Yet your Lydgates and Chaucer* Their breakfast, in fact, and the best they could get, Was a sort of a dejeHner a la fourchette...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 51

Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith - 1862
...invented How Qua, Nor as yet would you see Souchong or Bohea At the tables of persons of any degree. How our ancestors managed to do without tea I must...the best they could get, Was a sort of dejeuner a la fourchette ; Instead of our slops They had cutlets and chops, And sack-possets, and ale in stoups,...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 51

Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith - 1862
...invented How Qua, Nor as yet would you sec Souchong or Bohea At the tables of persons of anv degree. How our ancestors managed to do without tea I must...no cups and saucers ; Their breakfast, in fact, and t he best they could get, Was a sort of dejeuner a la fourchctte ; Instead of our slops They had cutlets...
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The Ingoldsby Legends: Or, Mirth and Marvels

1865
...invented How Qua, Nor as yet would you see Souchong or Bohea At the tables of persons of any degree ; How our ancestors managed to do without tea I must...confess is a mystery to me ; Yet your Lydgates and Chaucen Had no cups and saucers ; Their breakfast, in fact, and the best -they could get, Was a sort...
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The Ingoldsby legends; or, Mirth and marvels, by Thomas Ingoldsby

Richard Harris Barham - 1866
...invented How Qua, Nor as yet would you see Souchong or Bohea At the tables of persons of any degree : How our ancestors managed to do without tea I must...in fact, and the best they could get, Was a sort of a dejeuner a lafourchette ; Instead of our slops They had cutlets and chops, And sack-possets, and...
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