Most Viewed

A Walking Stick
Idolatry
Erudite
White Teeth
An Honor To Tipperary
Ingratitude
Welsh Wig-ging
A New Sign
An East Indian Chaplaincy
Witty Coward


Least Viewed

New Relationship
A Short Journey
A Pertinent Question
Painting
A Soporific
A Bad Crop
A Nice Distinction
The Debt Paid
A Good Reason
The Letter H


Random Jests

Imitation Of A Cow
Excuse For Cowardice
Pleasant Deserts
A New Reading
Lying
A Long Residence
Save Us From Our Friends
Visibly Losing
A Typographical Transfer
A Familiar Illustration




An Odd Bird

Jests Home




A LATE Duke of Norfolk had a fancy for owls, of which he kept several.
He called one, from the resemblance to the Chancellor, Lord Thurlow. The
duke's solicitor was once in conversation with his grace, when, to his
surprise, the owl-keeper came up and said, Please you, my lord, Lord
Thurlow's laid an egg.





Next: Inquests Extraordinary

Previous: Very Pretty



Add to Informational Site Network
Report
Privacy
ADD TO EBOOK


Viewed 1790