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“We had the liberty of the hall, which is on the first storey over the gate, and which in the daytime is common to all the prisoners on that side, felons as well as others, to walk in and to beg out of; and we had also the liberty of some other rooms over that hall, to walk or work in a-days.”
“Forced by Russia, the Phanar had to give in and to acknowledge yet another loss to its patriarchate and another”
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Excerpt from chapter XI of Book 1 of Sir Thomas Urquhart's 1653 translation of Gargantua and Pantagruel:
This little Lecher was alwayes groping his Nurses and Governesses, upside down,...
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