haspicholls

Goldsmith does not seem to have invented this delightful perversion, for Gray uses it in a letter to his friend Chute. He has "not seen the face of a Haspical, since he came home." Foote also used the expression in Act 1 of taste, 1752. Probably it was a popular vulgarism.

From Act 4 of She Stoops To Conquer