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" An Englishman will fairly drink as much As will maintain two families of Dutch : Subjecting all their labour to their pots ; The greatest artists are the greatest sots. The country poor do by example live ; The gentry lead them, and the clergy drive :... "
The True-born Englishman: A Satire - Halaman 22
oleh Daniel Defoe - 1836 - 39 halaman
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A True Collection of the Writings of the Author of The True Born English-man ...

Daniel Defoe - 1703 - 465 halaman
...aregood-natur'd, fat tit Drink. In Englifb Ale their dear Enjoyment lies, For which they'll flarve themfelves and Families. An Englishman will fairly Drink as much As will maintain two Families of Dutch ; Subfeding all their Labour to their Pots ; "Ihegreateft Artitts are the greatest Sots. The Country...
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The true-born Englishman: a satire [in verse].

Daniel Defoe - 1835
...enjoyment lies, For which they'll starve themselves and families. 10 THE TRUE-BORN ENGLISHMAN. Ли Englishman will fairly drink as much As will maintain...of Dutch ; Subjecting all their labour to the pots, Tin; greatest artists are the greatest sots. Nor do the poor alone their liquor prize, The sages joiu...
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The Life of Daniel Defoe

Daniel Defoe, George Chalmers - 1841
...youth away, and hurry on old age. Empty of all good husbandry and sense ; And void of manners most when void of pence. Their strong aversion to behaviour's...maintain two families of Dutch : Subjecting all their labours to the pots ; The greatest artists are the greatest sots. The country poor do by example live...
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Bacchus, an essay on intemperance

Ralph Barnes Grindrod - 1843
...relation to the "labouring poor," whom he represents as " lavish of their money and their time," says, In English ale their dear enjoyment lies, For which they'll starve themselves and families. * Colquhoun's Treatise on the Police of the Metropolis, Gth Edit. 1800. t Smith's " Wealth of Nations."...
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Pauperism and Poor Laws

Robert Pashley - 1852 - 428 halaman
...and beggarly ; Good drunken company is their delight, And what they get by day they spend by night ; In English ale their dear enjoyment lies, For which they'll starve themselves and families. English ale has long ceased to be the sole, or even the main cause of their improvidence and suffering....
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The Novels and Miscellaneous Works of Daniel De Foe: Moll Flanders. The ...

Daniel Defoe - 1855
...are good natured but in drink. A SATIRE. 45 IN English ale their dear enjoyment lies, For which they starve themselves and families. An Englishman will...maintain two families of Dutch : Subjecting all their labours to the pots ; The greatest artists are the greatest sots. The country poor do by example live...
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The Novels and Miscellaneous Works of Daniel De Foe: History of the plague ...

Daniel Defoe - 1855
...talk too little or too much. So dull, they never take the pains to think ; And seldom are good natured but in drink. IN English ale their dear enjoyment lies, For which they starve themselves and families. An Englishman will fairly drink as much, As will maintain two...
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The Novels and Miscellaneous Works of Daniel Defoe, Volume 5

Daniel Defoe - 1855
...talk too little or too much. So dull, they never take the pains-to think ; And seldom are good natured but in drink. IN English ale their dear enjoyment lies, For which they starve themselves and families. An Englishman will fairly drink as much, As will maintain two...
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The Temperance Dictionary ...: Designed to Present a Condensed Record of ...

James Dawson Burns - 1861 - 544 halaman
...time of Queen Anne, and is satirised by Do Foe in his " True Born Englishman," where he says — " In English ale their dear enjoyment lies, For which they'll starve themselves and families." * As if the word " ale " were derived from '.he Latin " alere" to nourish or b 4. Its manufacture resembles...
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Robinson Crusoe

Daniel Defoe - 1868 - 607 halaman
...but it generally scans, and, what is more, never misses its point. Certainly not in such lines as " An Englishman will fairly drink as much As will maintain two families of Dutch." Such is the poetry of the author of Robinson Crusoe and The Plague. This brought him to the notice...
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