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GEORGE RIDLER'S OVEN INDEX LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
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It begins like this: GEORGE RIDLER'S OVEN.
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George Ridler is no less a personage than King Charles I., and the oven represents the cavalier party.
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By "George Ridler" was meant King Charles I. The "oven" was the Cavalier party.
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Examples of Ridler

Example #1
PORTRAIT OF THE AUTHOR, FROM A PHOTOGRAPH BY MESSRS.
Example #2
The Light of Setting Suns-Conclusion. APPENDIX.
Example #3
Strange to say, there is little or nothing in it about the oven, but a good deal of the old Gloucestershire talk may be gleaned from it.
Example #4
Beginning somewhat softly, Hodge fires away with a gravity and emotion which do him infinite credit, each succeeding repetition of the word "stwuns" being rendered with ever-increasing pathos and emphasis, until, like the final burst of an orchestral prelude, with drums, trumpets, fiddles, etc, all going at the same time, are at length ushered in the opening lines of the ballad.
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Like many of the old ballads, it sounds like a rigmarole from beginning to end; but there is really a great deal more in it than meets the eye.
Example #6
It was a long time before it dawned upon me that "vouled earms" meant "folded arms "; "auverdrow" likewise was very perplexing.