Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
pinch of salt:mackeral another name for the lady of the night: http://www.emayzine.com/lectures/tybun.html
Atlantic mackerel are opportunistic feeders that caningest prey either by individual selection of organisms or bypassive filter feeding (Pepin et al. 1988). Filter feedingoccurs when small plankton are abundant and mackerelswim through patches with mouth slightly agape, filteringfood through their gill rakershttp://www.nefsc.noaa.gov/nefsc/publications/tm...
Family Scombridae, MACKERELS and TUNASScomberomorous cavallaup to 20 lbs:
nice story:By 1616 he was settled in London and was following a literary career. His humour, like that of John Heywood, was wholesome, as the following story from his Dispute between Coach and Sedan shows: "And now I speak of whispering. I remember a good fellow of Goosetoft neare Boston came to a Fishmonger in the market who had mackerels to sell (a fish very rare in those parts) and taking up a mackerel in his hand, whispered in the mackerel
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