Monty Python Phrase or Ben Franklin Synonym for Drunk?

Ben Franklin made a list of every synonym for the word "drunk" he could think of. Obviously ol' Ben had spent some time in pubs, because he easily came up with more than 200. Can you spot which is a Franklin synonym and which is a Monty Python phrase?

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"Smelt of an onion"

Synonym for drunk
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"Has taken Hippocrates' grand Elixir"

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"Rung down the curtain and joined the choir invisible"

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"He's had a thump over the head with Sampson's jawbone"

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"Two swallow's flights away"

Synonym for drunk
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"Eat a toad and a half for breakfast"

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"Sir Richard has taken off his Considering Cap"

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"Cut down a tree with a herring"

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"Been too free with John Strawberry"

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"Eat a lump of cold poison"

Synonym for drunk
Monty Python phrase