a bit of pudding?

Lady H. Sir Aurthur never eatssuet puddingMa'am. It is too high a Dish for him.

Miſs F. Will no one allow me the honour of helping them? Then John takeaway the suet Pudding, & bring the Wine.

(Servants take away the things and bringin the Bottles & Glaſses.)

Lord F. I wish we had any Desert tooffer you. But my Grandmother inher Life time, destroyed the Hot house in order to build a receptacle for the Turkies with it's materials; & we have never been able to raise anothertolerable one.

Lady H. I beg you will make no apologiesmy Lord.

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