EBBA ID: 35787

 
Nick and Froth; / OR, / The Good-fellows Complaint for want of full Measure. / Discovering the Deceits, and Abuses of Victuallers, Tapsters, Ale-Drapers; and all the rest of the Society of Drunkard-makers: By filling their Drink in False Flaggons, Pimping Tankerds, / Cans, call'd Ticklers; Rabbits, Jugs, and short Quarterns, To the Grand abuse of the So- / ciety of Good-fellowship. / Good Fellows Drinks their Liquor without flinching; / Then why should Knavish Tapsters use such pinching.
Date Published 1640-1674 ?
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Imprint Printed for R. Burton, in West-smith-field.
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Collection Beinecke Library - Michell-Jolliffe
Location Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Shelfmark 2000 Folio 6 110
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      Part 1
    Title Nick and Froth; / OR, / The Good-fellows Complaint for want of full Measure. / Discovering the Deceits, and Abuses of Victuallers, Tapsters, Ale-Drapers; and all the rest of the Society of Drunkard-makers: By filling their Drink in False Flaggons, Pimping Tankerds, / Cans, call'd Ticklers; Rabbits, Jugs, and short Quarterns, To the Grand abuse of the So- / ciety of Good-fellowship. / Good Fellows Drinks their Liquor without flinching; / Then why should Knavish Tapsters use such pinching.
    Tune Imprint Tune of, We'l Drink this Old Ale no more, no more.
    First Lines ALl you that are Free=men of Ale=Drapers (hall / And Tapsters where ever you be,
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