The Age of George III
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in The Political House that Jack Built
They are unproductive people such as Churchmen, tax collectors, soldiers, lawyers and courtiers.
"A race obscene, spawn'd in the muddy beds of Nile, came
forth, polluting Egypt: gardens, fields, and plains, were covered with the pest.
The croaking nuisance lurked in every nook,
Not palaces, nor even chambers, escaped; and the land stank - so numerous was the fry.
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