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" Nothing; perhaps,' can exceed the enjoyment of a stableboy's breakfast: what, then, may not be said of mine, who had so long been used to suffer hunger, and so seldom found the means of satisfying it ?"  "
Memoirs of the Late Thomas Holcroft - Page 107
by Thomas Holcroft - 1816 - 320 pages
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The Pursuit of Knowledge Under Difficulties: Illustrated by Anecdotes ...

George Lillie Craik - Self-culture - 1830
...wont to make every morning at nine o'clock, after four hours' exercise of their horses, he says, " Nothing, perhaps, can exceed the enjoyment of a stableboy's...hunger/ and so seldom found the means of satisfying it?" " For my own part," he adds, " so total snd striking was the change which had taken place in my situation,...
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The Pursuit of Knowledge Under Difficulties, Volume 15

George Lillie Craik - Self-culture - 1830
...wont to make every morning at nine o'clock, after four hours' exercise of their horses, he says, " Nothing; perhaps,' can exceed the enjoyment of a stableboy's...hunger, and so seldom found the means of satisfying it ?" " For my own part," he adds, " so total and striking was the change which had taken place in my...
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The Pursuit of Knowledge Under Difficulties: Illustrated by Anecdotes ...

George Lillie Craik - Intellectuals - 1830 - 427 pages
...at nine o'clock, after four hours' exercise of their horses, he says, " Nothing, • HOLCROFT. 411 perhaps, can exceed the enjoyment of a stableboy's...hunger, and so seldom found the means of satisfying it ?" " For my own part," he adds, " so total and striking was the change which had taken place in my...
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The Pursuit of Knowledge Under Difficulties, Volume 1

George Lillie Craik - Philosophy - 1830
...their horses, he says, " Nothing, perhaps, can exceed the enjoyment of a stnhlcboy's breakfast: wliat, then, may not be said of mine, who had so long been used to suffer hunger, and so selddm found tlie means of satisfying il ?" " For my own part/' he adds, " HO total HIM! tstriking...
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History of the British Turf: From the Earliest Period to the ..., Volume 2

James Christie Whyte - Horse racing - 1840
...they have done. Nothing perhaps can exceed the enjoyment of a stable-boy's breakfast. what, then, may be said of mine, who had so long been used to suffer...the preceding day, most exquisite Gloucester cheese, fine white bread, and concluded with plentiful draughts of table beer. All this did not overload the...
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Pursuit of Knowledge Under Difficulties: Its Pleasures and Rewards ..., Volume 1

George Lillie Craik - Self-culture - 1840 - 562 pages
...wont to make every morning at nine o'clock, after four hour's exercise of their horses, he says, " Nothing, perhaps, can exceed the enjoyment of a stable-boy's...hunger, and so seldom found the means of satisfying it !" " For my own part," he adds, " so total and striking was the change which had taken place in my...
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History of the British Turf: From the Earliest Period to the ..., Volume 2

James Christie Whyte - Horse racing - 1840
...sometimes fallen slightly asleep at the beginning of the first brushing gallop. But if they are not weary, they are hungry, and they make themselves ample...enjoyment of a stable-boy's breakfast ; what, then, may be said of mine, who had so long been used to suffer hunger, and so seldom found the means of satisfying...
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The pursuit of knowledge under difficulties [by G.L. Craik].

George Lillie Craik - 1845
...wont to make every morning at nine o'clock, after four hours' exercise of their horses, he says, " Nothing, perhaps, can exceed the enjoyment of a stable-boy's...hunger, and so seldom found the means of satisfying it?" " For my own part," he adds, " so total and striking was the change which had taken place in my situation,...
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Chambers's Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - Art - 1846
...wont to make every morning at nine o'clock, after four hours' exercise of their horses, he says, " Nothing, perhaps, can exceed the enjoyment of a stable-boy's...hunger, and so seldom found the means of satisfying it ! For my own part," he adds, " so total and striking was the change which had taken place in my situation,...
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Lives of Distinguished Shoemakers

Shoemakers - 1849 - 340 pages
...companions were wont to enjoy at nine in the morning, after four hours exercise with the horses, he says, " Nothing, perhaps, can exceed the enjoyment of a stable-boy's...breakfast; what then may not be said of mine, who had been so long used to suffer hunger, and so seldom found means of satisfying it ! For my own part, so...
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