EBBA 35797

Beinecke Library - Michell-Jolliffe
 
The Delights of the Bottle: / OR, / The Town-Gallants Declaration for Women and Wine. / Being a Description of a Town-bred Gentleman, with all his Intreagus, Pleasure, Company, Humour, and Conversations. / Gallants, from faults he cannot be exempt, / Who doth a task so difficult attempt; / I know I shall not hit your features right, / 'Tis hard to imitate in black and whight, / Some Lines were drawn by a more skilful hand, / And which they were you'l quickly understand, / Excuse me therefore if I do you wrong, / I did but make a Ballad of a Song.
Date Published 1675
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby, at the Golden=ball, near / the Hospital-gate, in West=smithfieId.
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Collection Beinecke Library - Michell-Jolliffe
Location Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Shelfmark 2000 Folio 6 133
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TitleThe Delights of the Bottle: / OR, / The Town-Gallants Declaration for Women and Wine. / Being a Description of a Town-bred Gentleman, with all his Intreagus, Pleasure, Company, Humour, and Conversations. / Gallants, from faults he cannot be exempt, / Who doth a task so difficult attempt; / I know I shall not hit your features right, / 'Tis hard to imitate in black and whight, / Some Lines were drawn by a more skilful hand, / And which they were you'l quickly understand, / Excuse me therefore if I do you wrong, / I did but make a Ballad of a Song.The Second part,
Tune ImprintTo a most Admirable New Tune, every where much in request.to the same Tune.
First LinesTHe Delights of the Bottle, & charms of good wine / To the pow'r & the pleasures of love must resign,FOr the Lady of Uertue, & Honour so strict, / That who offers her Guinneys deserves to be kick'd
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