A poem upon tea

Publication Date1734
RemainderWherein its antiquity, its several virtues and influences are set forth; and the Wisdom of the sober Sex commended in chusing so mild a Liquor for their Entertainments. Likewise, the reason why the Ladies protest against all Imposing Liquors, and the Vulgar Terms used by the Followers of Bacchus. Also, the Objections against Tea, answered; the Complaint of the Fair Sex redress'd, and the best way of proceeding in Love-Affairs: Together with the sincere Courtship of Dick and Amy, &c. By Duncan Campbell.
Publisherprinte and sold by Mrs. Dodd, at the Peacock without Temple Bar ; J. Roberts, near the Oxford Arms in Warwick-Lane ; J. Wilcox, at Virgil's Head by the New Church in the Strand ; J. Oswald, at the Rose and Crown in the Poultry ; W. Hinchliffe, at Dryden's Head under the Piazza's of the Royal Exchange; J. Cocks, Great Piazza's, Covent Garden; J. Parker, near the Coco-Tree, Pall-Mall; W. Wyatt, the Corner of King's Gate-Street, High Holborn; R. Downes, the Corner of Tooly-Street by London-Bridge; and by R. Viney at the Bible in Canon-Alley, St. Paul's Church-Yard


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