Quantum redactiones paginae "Pastillum Hamburgense" differant

Qui autem primus isicium Hamburgense nuper frictum in pastillum sive inter frusta panis immiserit, ut verum [[cibus viarius|cibum viarium]] constituerit, haud scimus. Hoc ante annum [[1893]] certe accidit, quo anno in urbe [[Reno]] [[Nivata]]e ''Hamburger steak [[sandwich]]es'' semper prompta venisse asseverantur.<ref>''Evening Gazette'' [Reno] (1893) fide [[#Smith (2008)]] p. 20</ref> Post tres annos [[Sicagum|Chicagine]] [[cibus promptus]] verbis non ambiguis describitur:
:''A distinguished favourite, only five cents, is Hamburger steak sandwich, the meat for which is kept ready in small patties and cooked while you wait on a gasoline range'' ("multo tibi gratissimus, quinque centesimis nec pluribus panis fartus Hamburgensis oblatus est, qui promptus in forma isiciorum tenetur atque in craticula gase succensa dum opperiris coquitur").<ref>''[[Chicago Daily Tribune]]'' (5 Iulii 1896), cf. [[#Smith (2008)]] p. 20</ref>
28 June 1902, Davenport (Iowa) Republican, pg. 7, col. 2:
One Hamburger sandwich man disposed of 400 buns to hungry pedestrians Thursday, and yet he remarked that business was very dull.
16 October 1902, Decatur (IL) Daily Review, pg. 3, col. 2:
"They smell good they taste good and by gum they are good," excites one dealer as he deftly turns the steaks on the griddle, splits the buns and slices the onions ... It may be dessicated dog, pulverized mule of ground prime beef, it is all the same. It smells good, tastes good, and by gum, it is good.
''Hamburgers'' = pastilla Hamburgensia
California Revisited 1858-1897
By T. S. Kenderline
Doylestown, PA: Doylestown Publishing Company
Pg. 171:
"Hamburger’s," a sandwich with a filling of chipped meat and onions...
''Hamburger stand''
14 October 1902, Decatur (IL) Daily Review, pg. 1, col. 7:
Hamburger stands and "knock the baby down" alleys enough for three carnivals.
28 June 1904, Decatur (IL) Herald, "The [July -- ed.] Fourth in Maroa," pg. 2, col. 5:
These attractions will include everything from the hamburger stand to the merry-go-round and the Japanese swing.
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