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" London were fupplied with food, I could never make them fully comprehend, any more than I could the number of people by which the metropolis was inhabited. Their arithmetic goes no higher than the number twenty-one; therefore, the beft I could do, was... "
The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany - Page 330
1794
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The Monthly Review

1794
...faw our tables and markets abounded. How the inhabitants of London were fupplied with food, I could never make them fully comprehend, any more than I...Nothing furprized them more, than to meet with a man who afiured them he could not Jhoot, had never killed an animal, nor feen the fea in bis Ufe. c After mjr...
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The Monthly Review

1794
...faw our tables and markets abounded. How the inhabitants of London were fupplisd with food, I could never make them fully comprehend, any more than I...could do, was to tell them, that a certain number of brge whales would ferve them for one meal only. Nothing furprized them more, than to meet with a man...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 94

1794
...faw cur tables and markets abounded. l:ow the inhabitants of London were (upplied with food, J could never make them fully comprehend, any more than I...higher than the number twenty-one; therefore, the beft 1 could do, w.is to tell them, that a certain number of large whalts would ferve them for one meal...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1794
...inhabitants of London were fupplied with food, I could never make them fully comprehend, any more than 1 could the number of people by which the metropolis...higher than the number twenty-one; therefore, the bed I could do, was to tell them, that a certain number of large whales would ferve them for one meal...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

Edmund Burke - History - 1799
...faw our tables and markets abounded. How the inhabitants of London were fupplied with food, I could never make them fully comprehend, any more than I...no higher than the number twentyone; therefore, the bcft I could do, was to tell them, that a certain number of large whales would' ferve them for one...
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Annual Register, Volume 34

Edmund Burke - History - 1821
...saw our tables and markets abounded. How the inhabitants of London were supplied with food, I could never make them fully comprehend, any more than I...higher than the number twentyone ; therefore, the best I could do, was to tell them, that a certain number of large whales would serve them for one meal...
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Captain Cartwright and His Labarador Journal

George Cartwright - Frontier and pioneer life - 1911 - 385 pages
...metropolis was inhabited. Their arithmetic goes no higher than the number twenty-one; therefore, the best I could do, was to tell them, that a certain number of large whales would serve them for one meal only. Nothing surprised them more, than to meet with a man who assured them...
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