Tobacco battered; & the pipes shattered (about their eares that idlely idolize so base & barbarous a weed; or at least-wise ouer-loue so loathsome vanitie:) by a volley of holy shot thundered from Mount Helicon..

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Tobacco battered; & the pipes shattered (about their eares that idlely idolize so base & barbarous a weed; or at least-wise ouer-loue so loathsome vanitie:) by a volley of holy shot thundered from Mount Helicon..
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Sylvester, Josuah, 1563-1618.
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[London :: H. Lownes,
1616 or 1617]
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A Warning-Piece.

RIght noble Nobles, Generous Gentlemen, Louers of Honor, and Your Countries Weal; You'l need no VVarning to auoid our Peal; Nor are in Leuel of our Poudered Pen: Nor Those that Yet will yeeld, and turne agen From th' Idol-Seruice of their Smoaky Zeal, To serue their GOD, their KING, their Cōmon-weale We shoot at Manners, we would saue the Men. But, Those rebellious that will still stand out Vnder the Standard of our Heathen Foe, With Pipe and Pudding rampir'd round about, Puffing & Snuffing at their threatned VVoe; At such, our Canon shall Here thunder thick: Gunner, your Lin-stock, Come, giue Fier quick.
Tis best Praise-worthy, To haue pleas'd the Best: This Wee endeauour; and defie the rest.
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