|Author:||Rigby, Joseph, d. 1671.|
|Title:||An ingenious poem, called The drunkards prospective, or Burning-glasse.: Composed by Joseph Rigbie, gentleman, clerke of the peace of the county palatine of Lancaster.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
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An ingenious poem, called The drunkards prospective, or Burning-glasse.: Composed by Joseph Rigbie, gentleman, clerke of the peace of the county palatine of Lancaster.
Rigby, Joseph, d. 1671.
London: Printed for the author, and are to be sold at the Brazen Serpent in St Pauls Church-yard, 1656. [i.e. 1655]
|Alternate titles:||Drunkards prospective|
Alcoholics -- England
Alcoholism -- England
To the religious and honourable La∣dy, Margaret Hoghton, relict of Sir Gil∣bert Hoghton Knight and Baronet.
To his truly Vertuous, and right Worthy Mistrisse, Ann Daughter of Sir Gualt her Blount, Knight and Baronet: Wife of James Anderton of Birch∣ley Esquire.
To the Right Worship∣full, united in Candor and Knowledge, Richard Shutleworth of Gauthrop, and John Starkie of Huntroid, Esquires, Justices assi∣gned to keep the Peace in the County of Lancaster.
To the Right Worship∣ful, truly Noble, and his wor∣thy Honored Friend and Neigh∣bour, Roger Bradshaigh of Haigh Esquire.
To the Courteous and Ju∣dicious Reader.
THE DRVNKARDS PROSPECTIVE, OR BVRNING-GLASSE.
To my much esteemed Friend and Parishioner, Ma∣jor Ioseph Rigbye, upon his sober Satyre against the Epidemicall vice of Drunkennesse.
To my much Honoured Friend Major Ioseph Rigbye, Upon his Drunkard's Prospe∣ctive or Burning-Glasse.
To my worthily esteemed Friend, Mr Joseph Rigby, upon his Drunkards Prospective.
To my Noble Colonell; Joseph Rigbye, Now Clerke of the Peace, for our County Palatine of Lancaster.
To his his true beloved Friend and Kinsman Mr Ioseph Rigbye.
To his worthily honoured Friend, Colonell Joseph Rigby.