EBBA 30667

British Library - Roxburghe
 
THE / Good Fellows Frolick, / Or, Kent Street Clubb. / Good people all come mind my merry tale. It robs them of their money & their witts: / And you shall hear the vertue of good Ale, For he in time will surely money lack / Whose charming power some mens humors hitts, that minds his belly better than his back.
Date Published 1682?
Author Thomas Lanfiere
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 2.198, 2.199
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.198-199
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  Part 1
Title THE / Good Fellows Frolick, / Or, Kent Street Clubb. / Good people all come mind my merry tale. It robs them of their money & their witts: / And you shall hear the vertue of good Ale, For he in time will surely money lack / Whose charming power some mens humors hitts, that minds his belly better than his back.
Tune Imprint Tune of, Hey boys up go we, Seamans mournful bride, or the fair one let me in.
First Lines HEre is a crew of jovial Blades / that lov'd the Nut-brown Ale:
Refrain with Ale that was so brown. [with variation]
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