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" THE pork aristocracy of Cincinnati does not mean those innumerable pigs which walk at large about the streets, as if they owned the town, but a class of rich merchants, who have made their fortunes by killing annually, salting, and exporting, about 200,000... "
Travels in North America: With Geological Observations on the United States ... - Pagina 68
door Sir Charles Lyell - 1845 - 272 pagina’s
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 46

1845
...run about, not indeed ready roasted, but raw, and almost crying, " Come, eat me," and without pay I " The pork aristocracy of Cincinnati does not mean those innumerable pigs which walk at large ubout the streets, as if they owned the town, but a class of rich merchants, who have made their fortunes...
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The North British review

1851
...about sixty feet above the lower. The pig population of this town is thus described by our author : — "The pork aristocracy of Cincinnati does not mean...annually, salting, and exporting about 200,000 swine, (in 1815,300,000!) .... As to the free hogs before mentioned, which roam about the handsome streets,...
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Geographical readers for elementary schools, Boek 5

Charlotte Maria S. Mason - 1884
...'chairs and bedsteads, chests of drawers, and whatever the emigrant to the West is likely to want. The " pork aristocracy of Cincinnati " does not mean those innumerable pigs which were used to walk at large about the streets as if they owned the town, but a class of rich merchants...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 75

1909
...May, 1842; his explanation of the commercial basis of the city, and its culture is worth repeating: The pork aristocracy of Cincinnati does not mean those...speculated successfully in land, which often rises rapidly as the population increases. The general civilization and refinement of the citizens is far greater...
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The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Volume 14

1845
...Buckinghamshire. -^ЛИш-^^St Paul's School, ta it appeared before the Fire of Lnnilon.'! Pigs in Cincinnati. — The pork aristocracy of Cincinnati does not mean those innumerable pigs which walk at large abmit (he streets, as if they owned the town, but a class of rich merchants, who have made their fortunes...
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