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" At these spectacles, and everywhere else, the English are constantly smoaking tobacco, and in this manner: they have pipes on purpose made of clay, into the farther end of which they put the Herb, so dry that it may be rubbed into powder, and putting... "
Fugitive pieces, on various subjects - Page 270
edited by - 1761
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A vindication of natural society. Written in the character of a late noble ...

English literature - 1765
...At thefe Spectacles, and every where elfe, 5 :o, elfe, the Englijh are conftantly fmoaking Tobacco, and in this Manner ; they have Pipes on purpofe made...into Powder, and putting Fire to it, they draw the Smoak into their Mouths, which they puff out again, through their Noflrils, like P'unnels, along with...
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Fugitive Pieces on Various Subjects: A vindication of natural society

Robert Dodsley - English essays - 1771
...At- thefe Spe&acles, and- every- wb-ere . elfe, clfe the Englijh are conftantly fmoaking Tobaccd,and in this Manner ; they have Pipes on purpofe made of...into Powder, and putting Fire to it they draw the Smoak into their Mouths, which they puff out again, through their Noftrils, like Funnels, along with...
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Fugitive Pieces on Various Subjects: A vindication of natural society

Paul Hentzner, John Gilbert Cooper - 1771
...them. At thefe Spectacles, and every where elfe. elfe the Englijh are conftantly fmoaking Tobacco^ .and in this Manner ; they have Pipes on purpofe made...of Clay, into the farther End of which they put the Herbj fo dry that it may be rubbed into Powder, and putting Fire to it they draw thfe Smoak into their...
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Paul Hentzner's Travels in England: During the Reign of Queen Elizabeth

Paul Hentzner - Great Britain - 1797 - 152 pages
...breaking them. At thefe fpectacles, and every where elfe, the Englifh are conftantly fmoaking tobacco ; and in this manner ; they have pipes on purpofe made...into powder, and putting fire to it, they draw the fmoak into their mouths, which they puff out again, through their noftrils, like funnels, along with...
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A Journey Into England: In the Year M.D.XC.VIII.

Paul Hentzner - Great Britain - 1807 - 61 pages
...manner; they have pipes on purpose made of clay, into the far. ther end of which they put the herb, so dry that it may be rubbed into powder, and putting fire to it, they draw the smoak into their mouths, which they puff out again, through their nostrils, like funnels, along with...
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The Kaleidoscope: or, Literary and scientific mirror

1821
...where ele, Ihe English are constantly smoking tobacco in this manner; they have pipes on purpose, made of clay, into the farther end of which they put the herb, so dry that it may be rubbed to powder; and putting fire to it ; they draw the smoke into their mouths,...
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The Retrospective Review

Henry Southern - Books - 1820
...where else, the English are constantly smoaking tobacco in this manner: they have pipes on purpose, made of clay, into the farther end of which they put the herb, so dry that it may be rubbed into powder ; and putting fire to it, they draw the smoak into their mouths,...
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The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth: Among ..., Volume 2

John Nichols - England - 1823
...where else, the English are constantly smoaking tobacco and in this manner: they have pipes on purpose made of clay, into the farther end of which they put the herb, so dry that it may be rubbed into powder, and putting fire to it, they draw the snioak into their mouths,...
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The Retrospective Review

Books - 1820
...where else, the English are constantly smoaking tobacco in this manner : they have pipes on purpose, made of clay, into the farther end of which they put the herb, so dry that it may be rubbed into powder ; and putting fire to it, they draw the smoak into their mouths,...
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La Musa Madrigalesca: Or, A Collection of Madrigals, Ballets, Roundelays ...

Thomas Oliphant - Ballads, English - 1837 - 338 pages
...: " they have pipes on purpose made of clay, into the further " end of which, they put the herb so dry that it may be " rubbed into powder ; and putting fire to it, they draw " the smoke into their mouths, which they puff out again " through their nostrils like funnels." \ F. Beaumont...
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