In general, mankind, since the improvement of cookery, eat about twice as much as nature requires. Suppers are not bad, if we have not dined; but restless nights naturally follow hearty suppers after full dinners. Indeed, as there is a difference in... The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany - Stran 771787Celotni ogled - O knjigi
| Jesse Torrey - 1824 - 300 strani
...indeed ought to eat more; those who use little exercise, should eat little. In general, mankind, since **the improvement of cookery, eat about twice as much as nature requires.** 4 Suppers are not bad, if we have not dined ; but restless nights naturally follow hearty suppers,... | |
| 1826 - 407 strani
...indeed ought, to eat more ; those who use little exercise, should eat little. In general, mankind, since **the improvement of cookery, eat about twice as much...requires. Suppers are not bad, if we have not dined ; but** restless nights naturally follow hearty suppers, after fuD dinners. Indeed, as there is a difference... | |
| 1826 - 407 strani
...indeed ought, to eat more ; those who use little exercise, should eat little. In general, mankind, since **the improvement of cookery, eat about twice as much...requires. Suppers are not bad, if we have not dined** ; j»ut restless nights naturally follow hearty suppers, after full dinners. Indeed, as there is a... | |
| Laconics - 1829
...eye from a direct and steady survey of his piece. — Shaftesbury. DXXXV1L In general mankind, since **the improvement of cookery, eat about twice as much...requires. Suppers are not bad, if we have not dined; but** restless nights naturally follow hearty suppers, after full dinners. Indeed, as there is a difference... | |
| Thomas Curtis - 1829
...cuok, .My name ne'er entered on a buttery book. Kramston. The Man of Taste. In general, mankind, since **the improvement of cookery, eat about twice as much...requires. Suppers are not bad, if we have not dined ; but** restless nights naturally follow hearty suppers, after full dinners. Franklin. And, while the hallowed... | |
| John Timbs - 1829 - 360 strani
...eye from a direct and steady survey of his piece. — Shaftesbury. DXXXVII. In general mankind, since **the improvement of cookery, eat about twice as much...requires. Suppers are not bad, if we have not dined; but** restless nights naturally follow hearty suppers, after full dinners. Indeed, as there is a difference... | |
| 1829
...favourable to health. The sagacious Franklin was of this opinion. " In general," says he, " mankind, since **the improvement of cookery, eat about twice as much as nature requires."** The celebrated Cornaro, who lived to the advanced age of 98, has given his testimony, in a most convincing... | |
| 1830
...favourable to health. The sagacious Franklin was of this opinion. "In general," says he, "mankind, since **the improvement of cookery, eat about twice as much as nature requires."** The celebrated Cornaro, who lived to the advanced age of 98, has given his testimony, in a most convincing... | |
| American education society - 1830
...favourable to health. The sagacious Franklin was of this opinion. " In general," says he, " mankind, since **the improvement of cookery, eat about twice as much as nature requires."** The celebrated Cornaro, who lived to the advanced age of 98, has given his testimony, in a most convincing... | |
| Jesse Torrey - 1830 - 300 strani
...indeed ought to eat more; those who use little exercise, should eat little. In general, mankind, since **the improvement of cookery, eat about twice as much as nature requires.** 4 Suppers are not bad, if we have not dined ; but restless nights naturally follow hearty suppers,... | |
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