The eighth liberal science or a new-found-art and order of drinking. With a true description of their school and library, the degrees taken there, the tongues studied there, the several titles proper to the professors of that art, both civil and martial, viz. To the universitie men. The inns of court and chancery. The army and souldiery. The sea men, or seller-service-men. Also, penal statutes enacted in drinking, proverbs used amongst them, with divers stories of such whom immoderate drinking hath made ridiculous

London : Printed by B.A. near the Upper Pump in Grub-street, 1650

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