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" ... down his ribs, and so on to the buttock, ^cutting the skin wherever it hinders them commodiously to strip the poor animal bare. All the flesh on the buttocks is then cut off, and in solid square pieces, without bones, or much effusion of blood ; and... "
Travels to Discover the Source of the Nile: In the Years 1768, 1769, 1770 ... - Page 471
by James Bruce - 1804
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An Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels ..., Volume 11

William Fordyce Mavor - 1802
...hinders them commodiously to strip the poor animal bare. All the flesh on the buttocks is then cut off, and in solid square pieces, without bones, or much...before every guest, instead of plates, round cakes, if they may be so called, about twice as big as a pan-cake, and something thicker and tougher. It is unleavened...
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The Wonders of Nature and Art, Or, A Concise Account of Whatever is Most ...

Thomas Smith - 1804
...l»re- All the flesh on the buttocks is then cut pS" P3 in solid: square pieces; and the prodigious nwse the animal makes is a signal for the company to sit...•.-••,»..- .,•••']•» " There are then kid befi>re every guest,.»»stead of plates, round takes, about twice as large as a pancake aud somewhat...
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The World Displayed, Or, A Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 6

1815
...hinders them commodiously to strip the poor animal bare. All the flesh on the buttocks is then cut off, and in solid, square pieces, without bones, or much...before every guest, instead of plates, round cakes, if they may be so called, about twice as big as a pan-cake, and something thicker and tougher. It is unleavened...
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The Wonders of Nature and Providence, Displayed

1826 - 616 pages
...on the buttocks is cut off then, and in solid, square pieces, without hones, or much ••ffusion of blood; and the prodigious noise the animal makes...before every guest, instead of plates, round cakes, about twice as hig as a pan-cake, and something thicker and tougher. It is unleavened bread of a sourish...
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The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art ..., Volume 1

Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)
...whenever it hinders them commodiously to strip the poor animal bare. All the flesh ,on the buttock is cut off then, and in solid square pieces, without...before every guest, instead of plates, round cakes about twice as thick as a pancake, and something thicker and tougher. It is unleavened bread of a sourish...
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THE MIRROR OF LITERATURE, AMUSEMENT, AND INSTRUCTION

percy b. st. john - 1846
...takes place without interruption. "All the flesh of the buttocks is cut off in solid square pieces ; and the prodigious noise the animal makes is a signal for the company to sit down to table." Every guest has before him three or four cakes of bread wbieh serve for plates as well as food, and...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction

1846
...takes place without interruption. "All the flesh of the buttocks is cut off in solid square pieces ; and the prodigious noise the animal makes is a signal for the company to sit down to table." Every guest has before him three or four cakes of bread which serve for plates as well as food, and...
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Illustrations of Eating: Displaying the Omnivorous Character of Man, and ...

George Vasey - 1847 - 88 pages
...wherever it presents any impediment to their operations. All the flesh of the buttocks is then cut off, and in solid square pieces, without bones, or much...before every guest, instead of plates, round cakes, about twice as big as a pancake, and somewhat thicker and tougher. They are made of a grain called...
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Life in Abyssinia

Mansfield Parkyns - 1853
...hinders them commodiously to strip the poor animal bare. All the flesh on the buttocks is then cut off, and in solid, square pieces, without bones, or much...is a signal for the company to sit down to table." And again, after describing the feast, he continues : " All this time the unfortunate victim at the...
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Treasury of manners, customs, and ceremonies, ed. by W. Anderson

Treasury - 1855
...wherever it presents any impediment to their operations. All the flesh of the haunches is then cut off, and in solid square pieces, without bones or much...before every guest, instead of plates, round cakes, about twice as big as a pancake, and somewhat thicker and tougher. They are made of a grain called...
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