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Here are pretty goings on—a pinch of your snuff, Perker, my boy—never were such times, eh?
Joe,” said Mr. Wardle, after an unsuccessful search in all his pockets, “is my snuff-box on the sofa?
Some of the tribes inhabiting the district of the lower Amazon indulge in snuff-taking.
Portuguese snuff seemed to be in favor and was delicately perfumed.
Some varieties of snuff were named after the scents employed in flavoring them.
In Scotland the dry kinds of snuff are in favor and are esteemed as highly as the moister snuffs.
There are at least two hundred kinds of snuff well known in commerce.
The snuff-boxes of this period were very elegant and were decorated with elaborate paintings or set with gems.
There seems to be as great a variety of design in snuff-boxes as among pipes and tobacco-stoppers.
The Irish, according to Everards, used large quantities of snuff "to purge their brains."

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