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" Give me sacke, old sacke, boys, To make the muses merry. The life of mirth, and the joy of the earth, Is a cup of good old sherry. "
The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ... - Page 117
1840
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 32

1825
...merry sack,' or simply for your pale modern Sherry, Pasquil's Palinodia saith justly, that ' The lite of mirth, and the joy of the earth, Is a cup of good old Sherry.' Yet it is monstrous that even this fine wine, so powerful in itself, should be defiled~with brandy...
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The Wine-drinker's Manual ...

Wine and wine making - 1830 - 296 pages
...sherry are noted throughout as synonimous, every stanza of twelve ending, — Give me sack, old sack, boys, To make the muses merry ; The life of mirth, and the joy of the earth, Is a cup of old Sherry. PASQUIL'S PALINODIA. car, another sweet wine is manufactured; but this is not so highly...
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A practical essay on casual and habitual intoxication; the substance of a ...

Thomas Dodgson - 1832
...stanza, to the number of twelve, ending, — Give me sack, old sack, boys, To make the mnses merry ; Th life of mirth, and the joy of the earth, Is a cup ofgood old Sherry, PAIQUIL, an astringent and bitter sweet taste ; and with an odour and flavour of...
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The Comic Almanack for 1836: An Ephemeris in Jest and Ernest ..

Rigdum Funnidos, George Cruikshank - 1836
...of Wines, their Growth, and Management By the Editor of " Hints for the Table.-[7n the Press.] " The life of mirth, and the joy of the earth. Is a cup of good old Sherry. "---PAaauiL's PAUNODUSEVEN HUNDRED DOMESTIC HINTS. Combining Elegance and Economy with the Enjoyment...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Charles W. Vincent, James Mason - Science - 1842
...Guide to the Choice of Wines, their Growth, and Management. By the Editor of " Hints for the Table." " The life of mirth, and the joy of the earth. Is a cup of good old Sherry."— PASQUIL'S PALINODIA. SEVEN HUNDRED DOMESTIC HINTS, Combining Elegance and Economy with the Enjoyment...
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The drunkard: a poem. With illustr. by G. Cruikshank

John O'Neill - 1842
...Guide to the Choice of Wines, their Growth, and Management. By the Editor of " Hints for the Table." " The life of mirth, and the joy of the earth, Is a cup of good old Sherry. "-"--PAsauiL's PALINODIA. SEVEN HUNDRED DOMESTIC HINTS, Combining Elegance and Economy with the Enjoyment...
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Cigars and Tobacco, Wine and Women as they are. By a modern Epicurean

Cigars - 1849 - 115 pages
...addict themselves to sack." In Pasquil's "Palinodia," published 1010, we have the following : — " Give me sacke, old sacke, boys, To make the muses...the joy of the earth Is a cup of good old sherry.'' During the latter half of the seventeenth century, we find references to Rhine wines and Champagne....
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The Welcome guest

...this is not very probable. Sherry and sack are, however, always coupled. " Give me sack, old sack, boys. To make the Muses merry ; The life of mirth and the joy of the earth, Is a cop of old sherry !" wrote one of the seventeenth century. Bt to return to our sherry. The immediate...
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A Brief Discourse on Wine: Embracing an Historical and Descriptive Account ...

Grapes - 1861 - 138 pages
...should be,—to forswear thin potations, and addict themselves to sack." " Give me sacke,—old sacko, boys, To make the Muses merry ; The life of mirth, and the joy of the earth, . - • I* ft cup of good old sherry." —Patquil. In the Mystery of Vintner*, published in 1692, is...
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The vine and its fruit, more especially in relation to the production of wine

1864
...principle I would teach them should be, — to forswear thin potations, and addict themselves to sack." "Give me sacke,— old sacke, boys, To make the Muses...the joy of the earth, Is a cup of good old sherry." — Pasquil. In the Mystery of Vintners, published in 1692, is given a recipe "to correct the ranknesse...
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