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" Parmasan cheese, aquavits, rosolio, and vino d'ogni qualita ; and, jammed in between every five or six of high pretensions, the little indispensable one, where pease, flour, and grain of various kinds, heaped on plates, or piled up in wooden bowls, are... "
Slight reminiscences of the Rhine, Switzerland, and a corner of Italy [by M ... - Page 39
by Mary Boddington - 1834
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Slight Reminiscences of the Rhine, Switzerland, and a Corner of Italy, Volume 1

Mary]. [Baddington - Italy - 1835 - 224 pages
...under a more agreeable aspect. The distant Appennines are soft and varied, with a warm aerial coloring, and a fine calm light upon them. Novi itself is like...Parmasan cheese, acquavite, rosolio, and vino d'ogni qualila ; and, jammed in between every five or six of higher pretensions, the little indispensable...
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The Edinburgh Review, or Critical Journal: for July,1834,.......January, 1835

THE EDINBURGH REVIEW - 1835 - 572 pages
...calibre in this part of Italy. Thin long streets, slanting roofs, coffee-houses VOL. LX. NO. CXXI, J with wide curtains drawn before the sashless windows...profusely with fruit, macaroni, flax, Parmasan cheese, aquavits, rosolio, and vino d'ogni qualita ; and, jammed in between every five or six of high pretensions,...
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Museum of Foreign Literature and Science, Volume 26

Robert Walsh, Eliakim Littell, John Jay Smith - 1835 - 744 pages
...Italy. Thin long streets, slanting roofs, cofiec-houses with wide curtains drawn before tiie sashlcss windows (a fashion shared with the barber and some...profusely with fruit, macaroni, flax, Parmasan cheese, aquavibe, rosolio, and vino d'ogni qualité ; and, jammed in between every five or six of high pretensions,...
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The Edinburgh Review, Volume 60

English literature - 1835 - 568 pages
...calibre in this part of Italy. Thin long streets, slanting roofs, coffee-houses VOL. LX. NO. CXXI, I with wide curtains drawn before the sashless windows (a fashion shared with the harber and some other small crafts), poor shops, meagrely furnished with the minor articles of fashionable...
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