|Author:||Albert-Henri de Sallengre|
|Title:||Ebrietatis Encomium: Or, The Praise of Drunkenness|
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|ePUB size:||1635 kb|
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|Category:||Essays and Correspondence|
|Publisher:||BiblioBazaar (October 9, 2008)|
This book was originally published in 1714 as "Eloge de l'Yvresse" by Albert Henri de Sallengre, and translated in 1723 by Robert Samber with the present title. In the original text, footnotes were identified with and other marks. For this e text they have been numbered from 1 within each chapter. EBRIETATIS ENCOMIUM : or, the PRAISE of DRUNKENNESS: Wherein Is Authentically, and Most Evidently Proved, THE NECESSITY of FREQUENTLY GETTING DRUNK; And, That the Practice Is Most Ancient, Primitive, and Catholic. By BONIFACE OINOPHILUS, De Monte Fiascone, A. B. C. Vinum lætificans cor hominis. Narratur et prisci Catonis, Sæpe mero caluisse virtus.
by Albert-Henri de Sallengre. Publication date 1910. Publisher The Torch press. Collection americana. Digitizing sponsor Google. Book from the collections of University of Virginia. Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t1hh6jt8d.
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The Praise of Drunkenness By: Boniface Oinophilus Albert-Henri de Sallengre. Boniface Oinophilus Albert-Henri de Sallengre If ever preface might serve for an apology, certainly this ought to do so. The bare title of the book is enough to have it universally cried down, and to give the world an ill opinion of its author; for people will not be backward to say, that he who writes the Praise of Drunkenness, must be a drunkard by profession. Health & Fitness.
Author: Sallengre, Albert-Henri de, 1694-1723. Translator: Samber, Robert.
or, the Praise of Drunkenness. By. Albert-Henri de Sallengre. vig'rous heat; That love may sov'reign reign in ev'ry part, And drive unworthy weakness from our heart. Thrice happy, if surpriz'd by death one day, Absorpt in sweetest bliss we die away. But to return to my subject. But leaving these objects, which cannot be very diverting, in what view soever one may consider them, let us come to the Romans. Ebrietatis encomium, or, the praise of drunkenness. Are you sure you want to remove Albert Henri de Sallengre from your list?