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" And is it not a great vanity, that a man cannot heartily welcome his friend now, but straight they must be in hand with tobacco ? No, it is become in place of a cure, a point of good fellowship, and he that will refuse to take a pipe of tobacco... "
Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of London from the Roman Invasion to ... - Page 219
de James Peller Malcolm - 1811
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Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of London from the Roman Invasion to ...

James Peller Malcolm - 1811 - 440 pages
...a great vanity, that a man cannot heartily welcome his friend now, but strait they must be infumed with tobacco ? No, it is become, in place of a cure,...tobacco with his fellows (though by his own election be would rather feel the savour of a sink) is accounted peevish, and no good company ; even as they...
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Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of London from the Roman ..., Volume 1

James Peller Malcolm - 1811 - 442 pages
...a great vanity, that a man cannot heartily welcome his friend now, but strait they must be infumed with tobacco ? No, it is become, in place of a cure,...that will refuse to take a pipe of tobacco with his fellow* (though by his own election he would rather feel the savour of a sink) is accounted peevish,...
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A History of the United States Before the Revolution: With Some Account of ...

Ezekiel Sanford - 1819 - 590 pages
...tobacco prevailed, when it first came into fashion. ' No, (says King James,) it is become, in place of cure, a point of good fellowship; and he that will refuse to take a pipe of tobacco among his fellows,' is accounted a rude misanthrope. Again, ' in your persons, (says he,) you have,...
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The Twenty-ninth of May: Rare Doings at the Restoration, Volume 1

William Henry Pyne - 1825 - 376 pages
...great vanity, that a man cannot heartily •welcome his friend now, but straight they must be infumed with tobacco? No, it is become, in place of a cure,...a sink), is accounted peevish and no good company. " Yea, the mistress cannot in a more mannerly kind entertain her humble servant, than by giving him...
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The twenty-ninth of May: rare doings at the Restoration, by Ephraim Hardcastle

William Henry Pyne - 1825 - 762 pages
...great vanity, that a man cannot heartily welcome his friend now, but straight they must be infumed with tobacco? No, it is become, in place of a cure,...(though by his own election, he would rather feel tfie savour of a sink), is accounted peevish and no good company. " Yea, the mistress cannot in a more...
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The Journal of Health and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 1

1846 - 408 pages
...it not a greater vanity that a man cannot welcome his friend now, but straight they must be in hand with tobacco ? No ! it is become, in place of a cure,...fellowship, and he that will refuse to take a pipe with his fejlows, though, by his own election, he would rather feel the savor of a sink, is accounted...
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Dwight's American Magazine, Volume 3

Theodore Dwight - 1847 - 838 pages
...greater vanity that a man cannot welcome his friend now, but straight they must be in hand with tobacco 1 No! it is become, in place of a cure, a point of good fellowship, and he that will refu>e to take a pip-j with his fellows, though, by his own election, he would rather feel the savor...
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Tobacco: Its History, Cultivation, Manufacture, and Adulterations: Its Use ...

Andrew Steinmetz - 1857 - 206 pages
...now, hut straight they must be in hand with tobacco ? no, it is become in place of a cure [remedy] a point of good fellowship ; and he that will refuse to take a pipe of tobacco amongst his fellowes (though by his own election he would rather feel the savour of a sinke) is accounted...
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The Use and Abuse of Tobacco

John Lizars - 1859 - 144 pages
...great vanity, that a man cannot heartily welcome his friend now, but straight they must be in hand with tobacco ; no, it is become in place of a cure,...and he that will refuse to take a pipe of tobacco among his fellows (though by his own election he would rather feel the savour of a sinke), is accounted...
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The Essayes of a Prentise, in the Divine Art of Poesie. Edinburgh. 1585: A ...

James I (King of England) - 1869 - 144 pages
...great vanitie, that a man cannot heartily welcome his friend now, but ftraight they muft bee in hand with Tobacco ? No it is become in place of a cure, a point of good fellowship, and he that will refufe to take a pipe of Tobacco among his fellowes, (though by his own election he would rather feele...
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