|Author:||Earle, John, 1601?-1665.|
|Title:||A trve description of the pot-companion poet who is the founder of all the base and libellous pamphlets lately spread abroad : also a character of the seil-bole cook.|
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A trve description of the pot-companion poet who is the founder of all the base and libellous pamphlets lately spread abroad : also a character of the seil-bole cook.
Earle, John, 1601?-1665.
London: Printed for R. W., 1642.
Characters and characteristics.
Great Britain -- Social life and customs.
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