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Author: Meriton, George, 1634-1711.
Title: The praise of York-shire ale wherein is enumerated several sorts of drinks : with a description of the humors of most sorts of drunckards : to which is added, a York-shire dialogue, in its pure natural dialect, as it is now commonly spoken in the North parts of York-shire : being a miscellanious discourse or hotch-potch of several country affairs, begun by a daughter and her mother, and continued by the father, son, uncle, neece, and land-lord : after which follows a scold between Nell and Bess, two York-shire women.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The praise of York-shire ale wherein is enumerated several sorts of drinks : with a description of the humors of most sorts of drunckards : to which is added, a York-shire dialogue, in its pure natural dialect, as it is now commonly spoken in the North parts of York-shire : being a miscellanious discourse or hotch-potch of several country affairs, begun by a daughter and her mother, and continued by the father, son, uncle, neece, and land-lord : after which follows a scold between Nell and Bess, two York-shire women.
Meriton, George, 1634-1711.

York: Printed by J. White, for Francis Hildyard ..., 1685.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Attributed to George Meriton. cf. BM.
Subject terms:
English language -- Dialects -- Yorkshire.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A50671.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the READER.
Ad Momum,
The praise of Yorkshire-Ale, wherein is Enumerated several Sorts of Drinks, with a Description of the Humours of most Sorts of Drunkards.
The Conclusion.
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A Yorkeshire Dialogue in its pure na∣tural Dialect, &c.
A Cruel Flight begins, Amel tweay former Friends.
The Authors Conclusion.
An Alphabetical CLAVIS, Uunfolding the Meaning of all the York-shire Words made use of in the aforegoing DIALOGƲE.
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A Catalague of some Books, Sold by Francis Hildyard, Bookseller at the Signe of the Bible, in Stonegate; in York.
LAW BOOKS.