The Rev. Robert Collyer, wbile at the breakfast table of one of his friende iu the country near Boston, was asked by one of the family, "Mr. Collyer, do you enjoy as good an appetite as yon have in years past?" To which he replied, "My dear, if I lose the appetite I now have I hope no poor man will findit." Qarble originally meant to cnll over, as beans or peas would be examined to iree them from pebbles. Wyclif 's tranalation of the Bible says that "Qideon garbled his host."