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" Whoever has tasted onions in Egypt must allow that none can be had better in any part of the universe. Here they are sweet, in other countries they are nauseous and strong; here they are soft, whereas in the north, and other parts, they are hard of digestion.... "
An Hebrew and English Lexicon: Without Points - الصفحة 74
بواسطة John Parkhurst - 1807 - عدد الصفحات: 799
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal

1802
...complaint.' 1 No. 59. NUMBERS, xi. 5. Onions.'} " Whoever has tasted onions in Egypt must allow that hone can be had better in any part of the universe. Here they are sweet, ia other countries they are nauseous and strong ; here they are soft, whereas in the north, and other...

Observations on divers passages of Scripture [by T. Harmer].

Thomas Harmer - 1776
...differ confiderably from ours. So HafTelquift tells us, " Whoever has tafted onions in " /Egypt, muft allow that none -can be " had better in any part of the univerfe : " here they are fweet, in other countries " they are naufeous and ftrongj here they " are...

The Monthly review. New and improved ser, المجلد 38

1802
...-see the force and propriety of Jacob's complaint." ' No. 59. NUMBERS, xi 5. On/on/.] " Whoever haa tasted onions in Egypt must allow that none can be...sweet, in other countries they are nauseous and strong ; hrre they are soft, whe'eas in the north, and other parts, they are hard of digestion. Hence they...

The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1802
...in Egypt must allow that none can 'DC had better in any part of the universe. Here they are swett, in other countries they are nauseous and strong ; here they are soft, whereas m the north, and other parts, they are hard of digestion. Hence they cannot in any place be eaten with...

Oriental Customs: Or, an Illustration of the Sacred Scriptures, by ..., المجلد 1

Samuel Burder - 1804 - عدد الصفحات: 431
...fire and dust of which this fatal wind seems to be composed." (p. 228.) No. 59. — xi. 5. Onions.] " Whoever has tasted onions in Egypt must allow that...whereas in the north, and other parts, they are hard of digestion. Hence they cannot in any place be eaten with less prejudice and more satisfaction than...

Oriental Customs: Or, an Illustration of the Sacred Scriptures, by ..., المجلد 1

Samuel Burder - 1804 - عدد الصفحات: 431
...fire and dust of which this fatal wind seems to be composed." (p. 228.) No. 59.— xi. 5. Onions.] " Whoever has tasted onions in Egypt must allow that...whereas in the north, and other parts, they are hard of digestion. Hence they cannot in any place be eaten with less prejudice and more satisfaction than,...

Oriental customs: or, An illustration of the Sacred scriptures by ..., المجلد 1

Samuel Burder - 1812
...fae and dust of which this fatal wind seems to be composed." (p, 298.) No. 59. — xi. 5. Onions.] " Whoever has tasted onions in Egypt must allow that...they are soft, whereas in the north, and other parts, thej are hard of digestion. Hence they cannot in any place be eaten with less prejudice and more satisfaction...

Spirit of the English Magazines

1824
...— « Whoever has tasted onions in Egypt," observes Hasselquist, " must allow that none can be found better in any part of the universe. Here they are sweet, in other countries they are nauseóos and strong; here they are soft, whereas in the north' and other parts they are hard of digestion....

Facts authentic, in science and religion: designed to illustrate a new tr ...

William Cowherd - 1818
...exi'1-iioiis. as the best of all restoratives. Sir JOHN SINCLAIR'S Code of Health, vol. ip 393. 991. Whoever has tasted onions in Egypt, must allow that none can be had belter in any part of the •world. Here they are sweet, in other countries they arc nauseous and strong...

The Natural History of the Bible ; Or, A Description of All the Quadrupeds ...

Thaddeus Mason Harris - 1824 - عدد الصفحات: 430
...quantities still used in Egypt, and their goodness. " Whoever has tasted onions in Egypt (says he), must allow that none can be had better in any part...nauseous and strong. Here they are soft ; whereas in the northern, and other parts, they are hard, and their coats so compact that they are difficult of digestion....




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