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Author: Armuthaz, Bollicosgo.
Title: The coffee-mans granado discharged upon the Maidens complaint against coffee. In a dialogue between Mr. Black-burnt and Democritus; wherein is discovered severall strange, wonderful, and miraculous cures performed by coffee, (the like never heard of since the creation.) with the names of the persons, and places of their abode, who were cured when left off by the physitians. Also some merry passages between Peg and Cis, two merry milk-maids of Islington, touching the rare vertues of chocolate / written by Don Bollicosgo Armuthaz.
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Print source: The coffee-mans granado discharged upon the Maidens complaint against coffee. In a dialogue between Mr. Black-burnt and Democritus; wherein is discovered severall strange, wonderful, and miraculous cures performed by coffee, (the like never heard of since the creation.) with the names of the persons, and places of their abode, who were cured when left off by the physitians. Also some merry passages between Peg and Cis, two merry milk-maids of Islington, touching the rare vertues of chocolate / written by Don Bollicosgo Armuthaz.
Armuthaz, Bollicosgo.

London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1663.
Subject terms:
Coffee -- Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc. -- Early works to 1800.
Coffeehouses -- England -- Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc. -- Early works to 1800.
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