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INDEX to NAMES in Vol. LXXX. PART IL,
Wybrow 193 York 486
D. 488, 546
Wynn 71, 12, 416
Wootten 93, 206, Wynne 69, 80, 92, Yorke 182, 265,
Worcester, M. 71 526, 576, 658 Young 94, 181, 188,
Wrigglesworth 495 Yate 396, 193
INDEX TO THE PLATES IN VOL, LXXX. PART II.
BEACONSFIELD Church, 105 Lichfield Cathedral, 403
Mepal Church, 9:
Shelton Oak, 305
Whittington Rectory-house, 217
Revolution-house at, 609
OLD CHRISTMAS RETURNED; or, HOSPITALITY REVIVED; A. D. 1600.
how much they are to blame for their penuricus Housekeeping; and likewise an
Who feasts the poor, a true Reward shall find,
“The Delights of the Bottle."
relief Plum-pudding, &c.
But all shall be furnish'd with freedom
[the pot; Must now spread their tables, and give
The court and the city, and country are
to be Old Christmas is come to cheer up the
in brief, – Plum-pudding, &c.
Whilst others are feasting with diet
the chief — Plum-pudding, &c.
May sit by the fire, and pass time away,
And drink off their moisture content-
[is to thee:'
[have been bad; And when they are hungry fall to their
it along, [sick shall throng,
Each room in the house to the mu-
Whilst jolly carouses about they shall
in chief, -- Plum-pudding, &c.
[do resort :
in their frocks, (mas box;
Their hopes do depend upon their Christ-
There is very few that do live on the
[light; Yea those that are charged to find all re-
mas to town, [quor so brown,
Who brings us good cheor, and good li-
provoke, [neys do smoke, Both hunger and cold we keep out with
relief, - Plum-pudding, &c.
their wealth, [than their health,
And value their treasures much more
Go hang themselves up, if they will
be so kind, [come shall find:
They will not afford to themselves
ont grief --- Plum-puddi:
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