The Works of Ben Ionson Volume 5

The Works of Ben Ionson Volume 5

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1875 edition. Excerpt: ...to know the palates, / "5: I And several tastes of the time./He draws'alI"arts "' I' 1' Out of the kitchen, but the art of po'etry, l 4/4 Which he concludes the same with cookery.W--_/ Shun. Tut, he maintains more heresies than that. He'll draw the magisterium from a minced-pie, And prefer jellies to your julaps, doctor. A lm. I was at an olla podrida of his making, 6 J 39 Was a brave piece of cookery: at a funeral! But opening the pot-lid, he made us laugh, Who had wept all day, and sent us such a tickling Into our nostrils, as the funeral feast Had been a wedding-dinner! 'T''.., Shun. Give him allowance, And that but a moderate, he will make a syren Sing in the kettle, send in an Arion, In a brave broth, and of a watery green, A. Just the sea-colour, mounted on the back f---J Of a grown conger, but in such a posture, As all the world would take him for a dolphin. Mad. He's a rare fellow, without question! but He 'holds some paradoxes., Alm. Ay, and pseudodoxes. " 'u 1' Marry for most, he's orthodox in the kitchen. Mad And knows the clergy's taste! A lm. Ay, and the laity's! Shun. You think not of, our time; we shall come too late, ) 0 If we go not presently. Mad Away then. Shun. Sirs, You must get of this news, to store your office, 9 He holds no man can be a poet, K..That is not a good cook. This is literally from Athena;0tit. ii'cents." which more hereafter. Who dines and sups in the town; where, and with 7 ) whom; It will be beneficial: when you are stored, And as we like our fare, we shall reward you. Nath. A hungry trade, 'twill be. T/zo. Much like duke Humphry's, Q 5 But, now and then, as the wholesome proverb says, 'Twill ohonarefamem amhulando. Nat/Lshow more

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  • Paperback | 138 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 259g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236881435
  • 9781236881434