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And hence this friendship gave occasion to many sarcastical remarks among the domestics, most of which were either proverbs before, or at least are become so now; and, indeed, the wit of them all may be comprised in that short Latin proverb, "
This carriage, too, drove away, and the urchins gave another sarcastical cheer.
Being a comical, sarcastical, theological account of a late election at Baghdad, for cailiff of the city (Cork: G.