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" I'le shew by my drinking. He that drinks well, does sleep well ; he that sleeps well, doth think well ; He that drinks well, doth do well ; he that does well, must drink well. "
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The Loyal Garland: A Collection of Songs of the Seventeenth ..., Volume 29

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - 1850 - 88 pages
...shew your wit By your prating, but silence and thinking. Let the politick Jews Head diumals and news, And lard their discourse With a comment that's worse...pleaseth me best Is a song or a jest, And my obedience Fie shew by my drinking. He that drinks well, does sleep well ; he that sleeps well, doth think well...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 29

Percy Society - 1851
...shew your wit By your prating, but silence and thinking. Let the politick Jews Read diurnals and news, And lard their discourse With a comment that's worse...well ; he that sleeps well, doth think well ; He that drinks well, doth do well ; he that does well, must drink well. SONG LXV1. ON THE TAKING OF MARDIKE....
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Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 29

Percy Society - 1851
...shew your wit By your prating, but silence and thinking. Let the politick Jews Read diuruals and news, And lard their discourse With a comment that's worse...well ; he that sleeps well, doth think well ; He that drinks well, doth do well ; he that does well, must drink well. SONG LXVI. ON THE TAKING OF MARDIKE....
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Notices of Fugitive Tracts: And Chap-books Printed at Aldermary ..., Volume 29

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - 1851 - 96 pages
...shew your wit By your prating, but silence and thinking. Let the politick Jews Read diurnals and news, And lard their discourse With a comment that's worse...well ; he that sleeps well, doth think well ; He that drinks well, doth do well ; he that does well, must drink well. SONG LXVI. ON THE TAKING OF MARDIKE....
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Merry Drollery Compleat Being Jovial Poems, Merry Songs, &c

Joseph Woodfall Ebsworth - 1875 - 408 pages
...thinking ; Let Let the Presbyter Jews Read Diurnals and News, And lard their discourse With a Covenant that's worse ; That which pleaseth me best Is a Song or a Jest, And my obedience I'll shew it by my drinking ; And the name I desire is an honest good fellow, And that man hath no...
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Loyalist Resolve: Patient Fortitude in the English Civil War

Raymond A. Anselment - 1988 - 233 pages
...only true allegiance, and the rhythm of the round redefines the circularity of the threatening times: "He that drinks well, does sleep well, he that sleeps...does do well, he that does well, must drink well" ( 1 : 145). The ideal in these poems is self-sufficiency. Brome's speakers agree with the commentary...
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The Loyal Garland: A Collection of Songs of the Seventeenth ..., Volume 29

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - 1850 - 88 pages
...With a comment that's worse : That which pleaseth me best Is a song or a jest, And my obedience Fie shew by my drinking. He that drinks well, does sleep...well ; he that sleeps well, doth think well ; He that drinks well, doth do well ; he that does well, must drink well. SONG LXVI. ON THE TAKING OF MARDIKE....
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