The odious, despicable, and dreadfull condition of a drunkard; drawne to the life: to deterre others, and cause them to decline the wayes of death. Or A hopefull way to cure drunkennesse

Publication Date1649
Remainder(the root of all evill, and rot of all good) in such as are not (by long custome) past cure. Composed, and published for their good; who (not for want of ignorance) pride themselves in drunken good-fellowship. Which probably may open their eies, as the tasting of hony did Jonathans; and cause them to say as the governour to the bridegroome, John 2.10. The good wine was kept bac untill now. By Junius Florilegus
Extent[8], 41, [3] p.
Publisherprinted by R. Cotes, and are to be sold by Nicholas Bourne at the south entrance of the Royall Exchange



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