1835 Oxford night caps (3rd edition)


warm. Stir the whole well together, and, if sweet enough, it is fit for use.

This mixture is sometimes served up m a bowl, with sweet cakes floating in it.


j~rom the foundation of Brasenose Colleo·e b to the present time a custom has prevailed, of introducing into the refectory on Shrove Tuesday, immediately after dinner, what is denominated Brasenose Ale, but which 111 fact is a species of Lambs \Yoo!. Verses iu praise of Brasenose Ale are annually written by one of the Under"' grad uates , and a copy of them sent to eve ry resident member of the College.

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