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1757: GAME ASSOCIATION exposed. 47 and the rice soft and fit for use. Observe no breast but what is susceptible of reto stir the rice while boiling, pretty often, sentment; if so, an injured people, whose otherwise it will be apt to stick to the rights are monopolized, and whose probottom of the pot.
perties are engrossed, will not fail of When the rice is thus boiled, it is put giving themselves all the satisfaction in on a dish, served to table, and used by their power ; they will, we may depend the British inhabitants in America, the A upon it, embrace every opportunity of Chinese, and people in many parts of destroying what they cannot enjoy ; and I Alia, Turkey, Spain, Portugal, Holland, much question, if more birds do not fall Germany, &c. who eat it instead of bread a sacrifice, and are crushed in the eggwith their meat, and commonly mix it state, by that means, than would be luf. with the sauce or gravy ; others eat it ficient to supply the whole nation, were with milk, as bread; others with butter, they permitted, as formerly, to fire their put in when warm ;--it makes a good B guns in support of themselves and famiingredient in mutton, or other broths, lies, as well as to destroy an enemy. and in soups will answer the purpose of Every one would then be careful to prevermicelli.
serve all sorts of game, till they came to Another excellent dish of rice, which their maturity, and not, as is now pracis brought to the best tables in France, tised, destroy every thing they come near. Germany, and Holland, &c. is made thus: -I have used my utmost endeavours to Put two quarts of new milk into an iron C procure a perfect and authentick list of pot, and three ounces of clean washed these associators for the preservation of the rice ; set the pot on a now fire, stirring game, all over England, but met with difit frequently with a long wooden spoon, ficulties unsurmountable : Neither money, to prevent its sticking to the pot, and be- nor interest, availed me aught ; every ing burnt; it must boil at least two hours, measure proved altogether fruitless; and I when it will eat as rich as cream, and can attribute my bad success to nothing will fit light on the stomach. After it is D else, than the cunning and fubtilty of these boiled, some chuse to put in fugar, diabolical agents, whose names and deeds pounded cinnamon, or butter, to their are so properly adapted to the infernal liking ; but it is very rich without them. regions, that they confequently keep them
Such as chuse to have a good, plain, felves in oblivion, hid from all mankind, cheap, baked rice pudding, called, in despised and looked upon with contempt America, a Poor Man's Pudding, may by every one. Altho' my attempts have observe this rule : Spread two or three I been baffied, and my schemes have not ounces of butter on the inside of an proved sufficient to produce the black caearthen pudding-pan, or pewter soup-clish; talogue entire ; nevertheless I have met sprinkle four ounces of clean-washed rice with some few, which I shall here present over the butter ; then put in one ounce of such sugar as you please, coarse or fine ; a little falt, and three pints of milk :
List of the ASSOCIATORS. Bake it an hour longer, until it is firm, F Duke of Dilatores. Marquis of Gunor is called well-baked. Some chuse to nery. Earl of Clinchall. Lord visc. put slices of bread cut thin upon the
top, Hotspur. Lord visc. Devilsmate. which, when baked, serve as
a cruit. Simple Hairbrains, Bart. Sir Greedy ParThose who do not regard the expence,
tridge, Bart. Sir Gaudy Pheasant, Bart. put a little cinnamon, or nutmeg in it. Sir Rightful Privilege, Bart. Sir Gilbert
Some people have a notion that the use Pensioner, Bart. Sir Simon Faithless, Bart. of rice hurts the eyes ; but this is only a G Sir Ramble Moregame, Bart. Sir Sampvulgar error, for the contrary is well son Stutter, Knt. Sir T. Tinsey, Knt. known, as it is the common food in Sir Walter Wagtail, Knt. Sir William many parts of the world, and the inhabi, Flash, Knt. Sir Graceless Greedy, Knt. tants have their fight as well there as any Sir Lifeless Looby, Knt. Sir Simon Pride, where else.
Knt. Sir Thomas Placeman, Knt. The
Hon. gen. Thickpate. Lieut. gen. FearFrom a Pamphlet callod, An Alarm to the H all. Maj. gen. Fribble. Brig. gen. LaPeople of England, &c. on the uncon
dyman. The Hon. col. Stoutless. Lieut. ftitutional Affociation for the Preserva, col. Swaggerblade. Major Lashback. tion of the Game, &c. (See our last The Hon. capt. Debauchee. William vol. p. 276, 389.)
Ringleader. R. Gloomy. Dismal SpecHE associators will find as good tacle. Thomas Skinflint. H. Tunbelly,
sport granting the act repealed, as Esqrs. &c. &c. &c. they can meet with at present. There is
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The LONDON MAGAZINE :
Or, GENTLEMAN's Monthly Intelligencer.
For FEBRU A RY, 1757.
To be continued. (Price Six-Pence each Month.) Contain ing (Greater Variety, and more in Quantity, than any Monthly Book of the same Price.) I. Trial of the Hon. Admiral John Byng. vent of Haut-Villers, and Ode to the II. The JOURNAL of a Learned and Po- Tiber, by William Whitehead, Efq;
litical CLUB, &c. continued : Contain- True and false Nobility ; Prologue to ing the SPEECHES of C. Numilius and the Author ; Voltaire to the King of Sp. Ligustinus, on the Bill for the bet- Prussia, French and English ; one Turn ter Encouragement of Seamen.
more ; the Conciliation, to Philomuse; III. Siege of Fort St. Philip, concluded. for our Country, an Ode ; Marriage, IV. History of New Jersey.
a Dialogue ; a Whim ; Grizle and V. Account of Pensilvania.
Gripus ; uncommon Epitaphs, a new VI. Surprizing Case of Count de Thun. Song, set to Mulick, a Country Dance, VII. Address to the Heads and Fellows &c. &c. &c. of Colleges.
XXII. The MONTHLY CHRONOVIII. Varieties in Flowers, how to produce. LOGER: List of Sheriffs ; Account of IX. Voltaire's Essay on the Jews.
Capt. Death ; Court-Martial at PlyX. Battle between the Powers of Truth mouth ; Admiral Weit fails ; Bounty and Faldhood.
to Seamen continued ; Acts passed and XI. Hints on the Brewery and Distillery. King's Message ; Survey of Dover HarXII. Allum, in Bread, pernicious. bour; Cambridge Prize Subjects; Fires, XIII. Voyages of Scarmentado.
Storms and Floods ; Sunderland SubXIV. Lord Orrery vindicated.
fcription ; Whales stranded ; Advices XV. New Duty on Tea and Salt proposed. froin America, &c. &c. &c. XVI. Proposal for the Repeal of the XXIII. Account of Damien the Alafin. Game Laws.
XXIV. Letters from Richlieu and Voltaire. XVII. Receipts and Payments of the XXV. Marriages and Births ; Deatlis; Foundling-Hofpital.
Promotions ; Barkrupts. XVIII. Account of that Hospital. XXVI. Course of Exchange. XIX. Of Trade and civil Liberty. XXVII. FOREIGN AFFAIRS. XX. Ships taken on both sides.
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Hon. admiral John Byng 51-56 Proposal for the repeal of the game laws 87
-- Memorial of the adıniral to his majesty ib. Account of the hospital
SPEECH of L. Numisius, in the debate Extract from Mr. Hazeland's prize pam-
SPEECH of Sp. Ligustinus in reply 59-63 Poetry. A new song, let to musick 95
Dismal situation of the garrison 67 Ode to the Tiber
Exports and imports of that province 72 Marriage, a dialogue
Surprizing case of count de Thun
Address to the heads and fellows of col. Benefactions to the Marine Society ibid.
ibid. Gen. court of the South-Sea company ib.
Envy, malice, aniinolity, whence arising 80 Fires
96, 97, 98
ibid. Floods and storms
Apoplectical perions how reitored ibid. Account of Damien the assassin ibid.
Letters from Richlieu and Voltaire to Byng
Realoning of the Negroes
ibid. Marriages and birthis
Thoughts on true and false nobility 86 Catalogue of book's
and as it was impossible for him to digeft Alfrait of the TRIAL of the Hon. Ad
and discuss the minutes in the short space miral JOHN BYNG, at a Court-Martial
of time since the close of the evidence, assembled on Board bis Majesty's Ship St.
he should rely entirely upon the candour George, in Portsmouth Harbour, Dec.
of the court, and give no farther trouble 28, 1756.
than to examine his secretary. AccordPRESENT,
A ingly he was examined, and then the
Captains. Cha. Holmes, Wm. Boys, until the 26th inclusive, during which
1. Unanimously. It does not appear, 20 DMIRAL Byng being That any unnecessary delay was made by
brought in, and the au- adm. Byng, in the proceedings of the
dience admitted, there squadron under his command, from the
the Admiralty board for April 6, to the time of their arrival off
structions, his letters, and 2. Unanimously. It appears, That
those frigates were got a-head of the feet The court then adjourned till next E and in more, and the Phoenix close to the morning, nine o'clock, when the exami. Lair of Mahon, and were endeavouring nation of the witnesses began, which was to execute those orders till they were called continued de die in diem, Sundays ex- off, between 11 and 12 o'clock, by signal cepted, until the 18th of January, when from the admiral, upon discovery of the admiral Byng delivered in his defence, in French fleet in the south eat quarter. writing, which was read, and that day 4. Unanimously. It appears, That the his captain was re-examined : Next day F fleet stood towards the enemy the remainthe admiral delivered in a paper, in writ- ing part of the day, with calms and ing, whereby he declared,' that as the little winds, until they tacked in the court had left him very little that seemed cvening. necessary to explain farther by witnesses ;