When Grog May Be Taken Medicinally

By: Hindley, Charles

Price: $25.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Fine


White broadside printed on fine paper with red decorative motifs and black text. 10" x 14." Page is very clean and intact with minimal wear. A reprinted excerpt from Charles Hindley's Tavern Anecdotes and Sayings (London, 1875). Excerpt reads in part: "When Grog May Be Taken Medicinally: Invariably after salmon. ... When a person feels faint and doesn't know what is the matter with him. ... When a friend turns up after an absence of several years, or when you are parting with a friend whom you do not expect to see for several years." At the bottom is the following: "Printed by Felicia Rice at Moving Parts Press in Santa Cruz, California, as a keepsake from William P. Wreden for the joint meeting of the Zamarano [sic] and Roxburghe clubs, held in Los Angeles on 24-26 October 1986."

Title: When Grog May Be Taken Medicinally

Author Name: Hindley, Charles

Categories: Literature, Wine and Alcohol,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: Santa Cruz, CA, Felicia Rice; Moving Parts Press: 1986

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: Fine

Type: Book

Seller ID: 019881

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