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The Table book; . oney, my shirts, and my hoises;but as for my years, I know that nobodywill want to steal them, and that I shallnever lose one of them 1 COUNSELS AND CAUTIONS By Dr. A. Hunter. Beware ! Leave your purse and watch at homewheo you go to the playhouse or an auctionroom. Travelling. When you take a journey in winter puton two shirts; you will find them muchwarmer than an additional waistcoat. Building Repairs. If you mean to buy a house that youintend to alter and improve, be sure todouble the tradesmans estimate. Your Staircase. Paint the steps a stone colour; it willsave scourin

The Table book; . oney, my shirts, and my hoises;but as for my years, I know that nobodywill want to steal them, and that I shallnever lose one of them 1 COUNSELS AND CAUTIONS By Dr. A. Hunter. Beware ! Leave your purse and watch at homewheo you go to the playhouse or an auctionroom. Travelling. When you take a journey in winter puton two shirts; you will find them muchwarmer than an additional waistcoat. Building Repairs. If you mean to buy a house that youintend to alter and improve, be sure todouble the tradesmans estimate. Your Staircase. Paint the steps a stone colour; it willsave scourin Stock Photo
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The Table book; . oney, my shirts, and my hoises;but as for my years, I know that nobodywill want to steal them, and that I shallnever lose one of them 1 COUNSELS AND CAUTIONS By Dr. A. Hunter. Beware ! Leave your purse and watch at homewheo you go to the playhouse or an auctionroom. Travelling. When you take a journey in winter puton two shirts; you will find them muchwarmer than an additional waistcoat. Building Repairs. If you mean to buy a house that youintend to alter and improve, be sure todouble the tradesmans estimate. Your Staircase. Paint the steps a stone colour; it willsave scouring and soap. Housekeeping. If you are in trade keep no more housesthan you can support; a summer-house anda winter-nouse have forced many a maninto a poor-house. Enough should suffice. A man who has obtained a competency, and ventures upon a speculation that maybe capable of consuming all that he hasalready got, stakes ease and comfort againstbeggary and disgrace. Loquacity.A gossio has no home. 590 THE TA.BLE BOOK.. THE NOTED JOHN COOKE OF EXETER. DEAWN FKOM NATURE. To the Editor. Corporations in old times kept fools, and there are still traces of the custom.The antiquary admires the carving of a fool, a motley fool, at the porchway ofthe King John tavern at Exeter, and con-templates it as probably the faithful repre-sentation of an obsolete servant of thatancient city j while the traveller endeavours Vol. in. 591 2Q THE TABLE BOOK. to obtain a sight of the noted CaptaiaCooke, all alive ! alive !—the most public, and not the least important officer of itslively corporation. A tract, published without a title-page, yet symbolically, as it were, bearing a sonof half-head, whereby it is denominated A Pamphlet called Old England forEver! is the production of captain Cookehimself; and a lithographed piint representsthat noted personage drawn from na-ture, in his full costume, as Captain ofthe Sheriffs troop at 74 assizes for thecounty of Devon. An engraving fromthe print is at the hea

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