EBBA ID: 31335

British Library - Roxburghe 4.52
 
The King of Good-Fellows: / OR, / The Merry Toper's Advice. / Being a Pleasant New Song much in Request. / This is the Man whose Company once had, / Will make Men Cheearful, though of late but sad: / He hates Curmudgeons, but does Court the Blade, / That will spend free, for Drinking is a Trade; / By it long Nights flye swift, and seem but short, / No Pastime's like unto true Tippling sport.
Date Published 1680-1690 ?
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Imprint Printed for J. Jordan, at the Sign / of the Angel, in Guiltspur-street, / without Newgate.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 4.52
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.10.52
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TitleThe King of Good-Fellows: / OR, / The Merry Toper's Advice. / Being a Pleasant New Song much in Request. / This is the Man whose Company once had, / Will make Men Cheearful, though of late but sad: / He hates Curmudgeons, but does Court the Blade, / That will spend free, for Drinking is a Trade; / By it long Nights flye swift, and seem but short, / No Pastime's like unto true Tippling sport.The Second part,
Tune ImprintTo a Pleasant New Tune.to the same Tune.
First LinesI Am the King and Prince of Drunkards, / Hectoring roaring tipling Boys:All the night I do tipple good Wine, / which resists both heat and cold:
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