Other sources suggest or later publication dates, which refer to revised or re-printed editions of the original collection.
A History of the English Speaking Peoplesin four volumes, much of which had been written in the s.
Coming Men on Coming Questions.
In the 19th century the term beak also referred to a sherif's officer English or a policeman, and later beak was adopted as slang also by schoolchildren for a schoolmaster.
The mainly UK-English reference to female breasts boob, boobs, boob-tube, etc is much more recent s - boob-tube was s although these derive from the similar terms bubby and bubbies.
If this is the best of possible worlds, what then are the others?.
My thanks to John L for raising the question of the booby, initially seeking clarification of its meaning in the Gilbert and Sullivan line from Trial by Jury, when the judge sings "I'd a frock-tailed coat of a beautiful blue, and brief that I bought for a booby
Developed from Mark Israel's notes on this subject.
Genesis by Ken Abraham and Daniel Hart, p.
I'm not sure of the origin of this phrase, but it was used in in French in 'The Law' by Frederic Bastiat.
The attribution of the mistaken form of the quote to Churchill dates from at least