Nick and froth, or, The good-fellows complaint for want of full measure : discovering the deceits, and abuses of victuallers, tapsters, ale-drapers, and all the rest of the society of drunkard-makers : by filling their drink in false flaggons, pimping tankerds, cans, call'd ticklers : rabbits, jugs, and short quarterns, to the grand abuse of the society of good-fellowship. Good fellows drinks their liquor without flinching : then why should knavish tapsters use such pinching : tune of, We'l drink this old ale no more, no more. Printed for R[ichard]. Burton, in West-Smithfield.MLA Citation
Nick and Froth, Or, The Good-fellows Complaint for Want of Full Measure : Discovering the Deceits, and Abuses of Victuallers, Tapsters, Ale-drapers, and All the Rest of the Society of Drunkard-makers : By Filling Their Drink in False Flaggons, Pimping Tankerds, Cans, Call'd Ticklers : Rabbits, Jugs, and Short Quarterns, to the Grand Abuse of the Society of Good-fellowship. Good Fellows Drinks Their Liquor Without Flinching : Then Why Should Knavish Tapsters Use Such Pinching : Tune Of, We'l Drink This Old Ale No More, No More. Printed for R[ichard]. Burton, in West-Smithfield.