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" And tomorrow, my Lord Danby, I shall have the sweet blade-bone broiled ; and when your lordship makes honourable mention of my cook and my diet, I am sure his majesty will be too tender in future, to attempt to bribe a man with golden apples, who lives... "
History, Directory & Gazeteer, of the County of York: With Select Lists of ... - Page 257
by Edward Baines - 1823
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The Monthly magazine

Monthly literary register - 1809
...whetiyourloidship makes honourable mention of my cook and my diet, I am sure his majesty will be too tender in future to attempt to bribe a man with golden apples, who lives so well on the i iands of ins native country !' The lord treasurer, unable to withstand this, withdrew with smiles;...
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The annals of Yorkshire

Henry Schroeder - 1852
...blade hone broiled ; and when your lordship makes honourable mention of my cook and diet, I am sure his majesty will be too wise in future to attempt to bribe...golden apples who lives so well on the viands of his own country!" In a " Life of Marvel," this anecdote is told in a very different manner, the author...
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The Annals of Yorkshire from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Volume 2

Henry Schroder - Yorkshire (England) - 1852
.... bone broiled ; and when your lordship makes honourable mention of my cook and diet, I am sure his majesty will be too wise in future to attempt to bribe...golden apples who lives so well on the viands of his own country !" In a " Life of Marvel," this anecdote is told in a very different manner, the author...
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British Miscellany: A Collection of Publications about Medical Schools ...

1865
...have a sweet blade-hone broiled j and I am sure, my Lord, His Majesty will be too tender in future to bribe a man with golden apples, who lives so well on the viands of his native country." The Lord Treasurer withdrew •with smiles, and Andrew Marvell sent to his bookseller for the loan...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 231

English periodicals - 1871
...the frugal meal he was about to eat, he said : " I am sure his Majesty will in future be too tender to attempt to bribe a man with golden apples who lives so well on the viands of his native country." And when the nobleman was gone, the patriot had to borrow a guinea of his bookseller. Marvell was not...
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A catalogue of the National gallery of British art, with a suppl. containing ...

Victoria and Albert museum - 1884
...shall have a sweet blade-bone broiled; and 1 am sure, my Lord, His Majesty will be too tender in future to bribe a man with golden apples, who lives so well on the viands of his native country.' The Lord Treasurer withdrew with smiles, and Andrew Marvell sent to his bookseller for the loan of...
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The History, Topography, and Antiquities of Highgate, in the County of ...

John H. Lloyd (of Highgate.) - Highgate (London, England) - 1888 - 519 pages
...lordship makes honourable mention of my cook and my diet, I am sure His Majesty will be too tender in future to attempt to bribe a man with golden apples...lives so well on the viands of his native country.' Upon the Lord Treasurer's withdrawal Marvell went to his bookseller for the loan of a guinea ! " Marvell...
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A Catalogue of the National Gallery of British Art at South Kensington: With ...

South Kensington Museum, Richard Redgrave - Artists - 1893
...shall have a sweet Made-bone broiled ; and 1 am sure, my Lord, His Majesty will be too tender in future to bribe a man with golden apples, who lives so well on the viands of his native country.' The Lord Treasurer withdrew with smiles, and Andrew Marvell sent to his bookseller for the loan of...
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The Royal Academy of Arts: A Complete Dictionary of Contributors ..., Volume 4

Algernon Graves - Artists - 1906
...shall have a sweet blade bone broiled, and I am sure, my lord, his Majesty will be too tender in future to bribe a man with golden apples who lives so well on the viands of his native country." The lord-treasurer withdrew with smiles, and Mr. Marvell sent to his bookseller for the loan of a guinea....
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Men of Letters and the English Public in the Eighteenth Century, 1660-1744 ...

Alexandre Beljame - Social Science - 1948 - 492 pages
...makes honourable mention of my cook and my diet, I am sure his majesty will be too tender in future, 1o attempt to bribe a man with golden apples, who lives so well on the viands of his native country." Lord Danby carried back the thousand guineas (Life of Marvell, Works, vol. III). ™ On the subject...
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