The Works of Francis Rabelais, M.D

The Works of Francis Rabelais, M.D

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1737 edition. Excerpt: ... the Bottom of my Breeches, should instantly with his squirting Spittle inluminate his Mustaches. O Lord God! how the Villain hath besmoaked me with Vexation and Anger, with Charms and Witchcraft, and with a terrible Coyl and Stir of Infernal and Tartarian Devils! The Devil take him: fay Amen; and let us go drink. I shall not have any Appetite for my Victuals (how good Cheer soever I make) these two Days to come, hardly these sour. (9) A hundred Noilet. Edward HI. King of England, who sir A coin'd the Roft-Noblet, gave a hundred of them to one Gobin Agac of Picariy, for /hewing him a Ford, where he might cross the River Somme, which parted hit Army from that of Franc: This Coin was call'd Noble, on Account of the Excellence of it's Gold, and Were usually disposed of as a Reward for a Piece of good News brought, or some important Service done. '(10) Not long since. Ha had for some Time lest -ff wearing Breeches or Codpiece. CHAP. XXVI. How Panurge consulteth with Friar John of the Funnels. PAnurge was indeed very much troubled in Mind, and disquieted at the Words of Her I'rippa, and therefore as he passed by the little Village of Euymes, after he had made his Address to Friar John in pecking at, rubbing and-scratching his own left Ear, he said unto him, Keep me a little jovial and merry, my dear and sweet Bully, for I find my Brains altogether metagrabolized and confounded, and my Spirits in a most dunsical Puzzle at the bitter Talk of this Devilish, Hellish, Damned Fool, Hearken, (0 mY dainty Cod, Mellow (l) My dainty Ced. In the Original it ia CmriUm migjhm Now tho' Couil/on signifies a Man'- Scrotum, yet M. D. C. will not allow of it's signifying so here. He will have it, that in this, and the next Chapter, they call one another only...show more

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  • Paperback | 102 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 195g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236586476
  • 9781236586476