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" In such sessions, ten hours long, there was much public eating, not only of confections, but of flesh and bread ; bottles of beer and wine going thick from mouth to mouth, without cups ; and all this in the King's eye : yea, many but turned their back,... "
Anecdotes of Distinguished Persons: Chiefly of the Present and Two Preceding ... - Page 341
by William Seward - 1798
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Of London

Thomas Pennant - London (England) - 1790 - 439 pages
...much public eating, not only of " confections, but of flefh and bread, bottles of beer and wine •c going thick from mouth to mouth without cups, and...go through the forms they fat on. — There was no out" going to return ; and oft the fitting was till two, three, or four " o'clock at night *." His...
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 18

1790
...chatted ; the Lower Houk-mcn too loud chatting. After ten, much public eating, not only of contenions, but of flefh and bread, bottles of beer and wine going thick from mouth to mouth without cups, ;'.nd all this in the King's eye ; yea, many but turned their backs аж1 let watt-r go through the...
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The Youth's instructer [sic] and guardian

...too loud clattering ; after ten houres, much publict eating, not onlie of confections, bot of flesh and bread, bottles of beer and wine going thick from...mouth without cups, and all this in the King's eye.» * TRAVELLING SCENES AND ANECDOTES. FALL OP PART OF A SWISS MOUNTAIN. THE Roseberg, it appears, is four...
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A History of England, from the First Invasion by the Romans, Volumes 9-10

John Lingard - Great Britain - 1827
...After ten much public eating, not only of confections, but of flesh and bread, bottles of beer ami wine going thick, from mouth to mouth without cups, and all this in tlio king's eye. . . . There was no outgoing to return; and oft the sitting was till two, three, or...
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Geschichte Europas seit dem ende des fünfzehnten jahrhunderts, Volume 5

Friedrich von Raumer - Europe - 1835
...bag Baillie I, 259 m Jj&tfit : after ten much publick eating , not only of confections, but of flesh and bread, bottles of beer and wine, going thick, from mouth to mouth without cups, and all theis in the kings eye. Yea many but turned their back , and let water go trough the forms they sat...
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Geschichte Europas seit dem Ende des fünfzehnten Jahrhunderts, Volume 5

Friedrich von Raumer - Europe - 1835
...bap BaUlie I, 259 et; fuint : after ten much publick eating , not only of confections, but of flesh and bread , bottles of beer and wine , going thick, from mouth to mouth without cups, and all theis in the kings eye. Yea many but turned their back, and let water go trough the forms they sat...
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The Life and Times of Alexander Henderson: Giving a History of the Second ...

John Aiton - Covenanters - 1836 - 674 pages
...public eating, not only of confectionaries, but of flesh and bread. Bottles of beer and wine passed thick from mouth to mouth, without cups, and all this...their backs, and let water go through the forms they sat on. They generally sat to three or four in the afternoon. By the Commissioners he was accused of...
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The Political History of England, During the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries ...

Friedrich von Raumer - Great Britain - 1837
...Baillie, Vol. I. p. 259, says : " After ten, much public eating, not only of confections, but of flesh and bread, bottles of beer and wine, going thick from...mouth, without cups, and all this in the King's eye." The proceedings are at full length in a volume of Eushworth. (11) Page 94. Whitelocke, p. 43. Baillie...
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The History of England, Volume 2

Thomas Keightley - Great Britain - 1839
...as I expected." " After ten," he adds, " much public eating, not only of confections, but of flesh and bread, bottles of beer and wine going thick from...mouth without cups, and all this in the king's eye." Page 381. line 36.—Wariston, one of the Scottish commissioners, writes on the Ind of April: "Stafford's...
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The history of England, Volume 2

Thomas Keightley - 1839
...adds, " much public eating, not only of confections, but of flesh and bread, bottles of beer and wiuc going thick from mouth to mouth without cups, and all this in the king's eye." Paye 381. line 36. — Wariston, one of the Scottish commissioners, writes on the 2nd of April: " Stafford's...
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