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" A very ignorant nobleman observing one day at dinner a person eminent for his philosophical talents intent on choosing the delicacies of the table, said to him, " What ! do philosophers love dainties r" — " Why not r "
The Galaxy of Wit: Or, Laughing Philosopher ; Being a Collection of Choice ... - Halaman 29
1830
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal

1797
...table, said to him " What ! do philosophers love dainties !" — " Why not ?" returned the scholar, " Do you think, my Lord, that the good things of this world wtre made only for blockheads ?"— ' Fr. Accoltus d'Arezzo, a celebrated lawyer in the fifteenth century,,...
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The French Anas ...

Jacques D. Du Perron - 1805
...table, said to him, " What L do philosophers love dainties:" — "Why not.?" returned the scholar. "Do you think, my Lord, that the good things of this world were made only for blockheads ?" INDOLENCE. Seneca has a very just observation on this propensity of the...
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English 18th Century Dances, Volume 2

1812
...table, said to him, " What ! do philosophers love dainties ?— -" Why not ?" returned the scholar. " Do you think, my lord, that the good things of this world were made for blockheads ?" Epitaph on a drunken old Woman. Imitated from the Greek. Here rests Myrillo's...
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The London Budget of Wit, Or, A Thousand Notable Jests: Many of Them Never ...

Friend to rational mirth - 1817 - 352 halaman
...delicacies before him, said, " What! do philosophers love dainties?" — " Why not?" replied the scholar. " Do you think, my lord, that the good things of this world were made only for blockheads?" 2S6. A baronet, who was a great amateur, and even a practitioner, in boxing...
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The Bagman's Bioscope: Various Views of Men and Manners : Being the Points ...

William Bayley (of Yorkshire.) - 1824 - 365 halaman
...before him, exclaimed, " What, do philosophers love dainties ?" " Why not," replied the scholar ; " do you think, my lord, that the good things of this world were made only for blockheads ?" " As I walk along the fog," says Hcrvey, " it teems at some little distance...
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Calcutta Magazine and Monthly Register, Volume 4-6

1830
...chusing the delicacies of the table, •aid to him, "What! do philosophers love dainties?" " Why not V returned the other, ; " do you think, my Lord, that the good things of this world were mad* only for blockheads V •' TITS moBATibw OTSIHDS. — The subject of migration appears to hve...
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The Journal of Solomon Sidesplitter [pseud.]: A Collection of Witticisms

Rufus Clinton Hartranft - 1884 - 200 halaman
...choosing the delicacies of the table, said to him: "What! what! do philosophers choose delicacies?" "Why not?" returned the other. "Do you think, my lord, that the good things of this world were made only for blockheads?" An Irishman was seen in the upper part of the city with the words "A Tenant...
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The Enchiridion of Wit: The Best Specimens of English Conversational Wit

Enchiridion - 1884 - 279 halaman
...the table, said to him, " What ! do philosophers love dainties?" "Why not?" returned the scholar. " Do you think, my lord, that the good things of this world were made only for blockheads ?" On a Level. Sir WG, when governor of Williamsburg, returned the salute...
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Volume 1

1828
...table, said to hire. "What! do philosophers love dainties ?"—" Why not ?" returned the scholar. " Do you think my lord, that the good things of this world were made only for blockheads ?" EPIGRAM. Jack, tired of work, to play his shop shuts up ; And at his ease,...
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