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" As for their victualls they make such a work about, I cannot enter into the taste of [them,] or rather, I think they have no taste to enter into. The meat is juicy enough, but has so little taste, that, if [you] shut your eyes, you will not know by either... "
The Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century - Page 9
by Henry Grey Graham - 1899
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The Coltness Collections, M.DC.VIII.-M.DCCC.XL.

James Dennistoun - Belgium - 1842 - 438 pages
...and that he submitted to the pagentry rather than made it his only bussiness. As for their victualls they make such a work about, I cannot enter into the...taste or smell what you are eating. The lamb and veall look as if it had been blanched in water. The smell of dinner will never intimate that it is on the...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 70

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero - English literature - 1842
...particularly meritorious. We have room only for one paragraph of this rich section. ' As for their victualls they make such a work about, I cannot enter into the...taste or smell what you are eating. The lamb and veall look as if it had been blanched in water. The smell of dinner will never intimate that it is on the...
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The Coltness collections, MDCVIII-MDCCCXL [relating to the Steuarts of ...

James Dennistoun - 1842
...and that he submitted to the pagentry rather than made it his only bussiness. As for their victualls they make such a work about, I cannot enter into the...taste or smell what you are eating. The lamb and veall look as if it had been blanched in water. The smell of dinner will never intimate that it is on the...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 70

1842
...particularly meritorious. We have room only for one paragraph of this rich section. ' As for their victualie they make such a work about, I cannot enter into the...no taste to enter into. The meat is juicy enough, hut has so little taste, that, if you shut your eyes, you will not know by either taste or smell what...
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Letters and Journals of Mrs. Calderwood of Polton: From England, Holland and ...

Margaret (Steuart) Calderwood - 1884 - 386 pages
...and that he submitted to the pagentry rather than made it his only bussiness. As for their victualls they make such a work about, I cannot enter into the...taste or smell what you are eating. The lamb and veall look as if it had been blanched in water. The smell of dinner will never intimate that it is on the...
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Letters and Journals of Mrs. Calderwood of Polton: From England, Holland and ...

Margaret Steuart Calderwood - Belgium - 1884 - 386 pages
...appearance of a recluse, and that he submitted to the pagentry rather than made it his only bussiness. by either taste or smell what you are eating. The lamb and veall look as if it had been blanched in water. The smell of dinner will never intimate that it is on the...
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The West of Scotland in History: Being Brief Notes Concerning Events, Family ...

Joseph Irving - Scotland - 1885 - 359 pages
...Calderwood on English dinners is especially notable as well as quotable : — " As for their victualls they make such a work about, I cannot enter into the...taste or smell what you are eating. The lamb and veall look as if it had been blanched in water. The smell of dinner will never intimate that it is on the...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine

England - 1885
...popularly supposed not to quarrel, Mrs Calderwood is not to be appeased : — • " As for their victualls they make such a work about, I cannot enter into the...taste or smell what you are eating. The lamb and veall look as if they had been blanched in water. The smell of dinner will never intimate that it is on the...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 167

1885
...popularly supposed not to quarrel, Mrs. Calderwood is not to be appeased : — As for their victualls they make such a work about, I cannot enter into the...you will not know by either taste or smell what you arc eating. The lamb and veall look as if they had been blanched in water. The smell of dinner will...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 70

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - English literature - 1842
...particularly meritorious. We have room only for one paragraph of this rich section. ' As for their victualls they make such a work about, I cannot enter into the...taste or smell what you are eating. The lamb and veall look as if it had been blanched in water. The smell of dinner will never intimate that it is on the...
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