I shall make deva#39;lish work to night in the larder, ... Why really, Sir, as for supper I eana#39;t well tell. My Dorothy, and ... O no, Sir, none in the least ; yet I dona#39;t know how: our Bridget, the eook-maid, is not very eommunieative upon these oeeasions.
|Title||:||Preface to Dr. Brooke's natural history. Introduction to a new History of the world. Preface to the Roman history. Preface to the History of England. Preface to An history of the earth. Preface to the Beauties of English poetry. Preface to a collection of poems for young ladies, devotional, moral, and entertaining. Dr. Aikin's Critical dissertation on the poetry of Dr. Goldsmith. Poems. Dramatic : The good-natur'd man. She stoops to conquer|