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Title The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists
Page 980
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Text coffee, chocolate, or oatmeal: eggs and bacon, bread and butter, or dry toast.
`At eleven o'clock: half a pint of milk with an egg beaten up in it or some beef tea and bread and butter.

`At one o'clock: half a pint of warm milk with a biscuit or sandwich.

`At two o'clock: fish and roast mutton, or a mutton chop, with as much fat as possible: poultry, game, etc., may be taken with vegetables, and milk pudding.

`At five o'clock: hot milk with coffee or chocolate, bread and butter, watercress, etc.

`At eight o'clock: a pint of milk, with oatmeal or chocolate, and gluten bread, or two lightly boiled eggs with bread and butter.

`Before retiring to rest: a glass of warm milk.
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