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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Wine, Beere, Ale, and Tobacco.
Chapel Hill, The University 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gallobelgicus, pseud.; Mercurius Brittanicus, pseud.; James Holly Hanford
|Notes:||With facsimiles of the title-pages of the 1st edition (Wine, Beere, and Ale, Together By The Eares. A Dialogue, Written first in Dutch by Gallobelgicus, and faithfully translated out of the originall Copie, by Mercurius Brittannicus ... London, 1629) and of the 2d edition.
"A second edition, 'much enlarged', appeared in 1630 with the title 'Wine, Beere, Ale, and Tobacco contending for superiority', and it is upon this that the present text is based ... That the play is no translation from the Dutch but an original product of English wit is clear enough from the text itself."--Introd.
|Description:||54 p. 2 facsim. (incl. front.) 25 cm.|
|Series Title:||Studies in philology, 12:1.|
|Responsibility:||ed. with introduction and notes by James Holly Hanford.|