Ebrietatis Encomium or, the Praise of Drunkenness
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Ebrietatis Encomium or, the Praise of Drunkenness
By Albert-Henri de Sallengre
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Table of Contents
  • EBRIETATIS ENCOMIUM:
    • PRAISE
  • DRUNKENNESS:
    • THE NECESSITY
      • FREQUENTLY GETTING DRUNK;
        • BONIFACE OINOPHILUS,
        • LONDON:
        • 1812.
        • EBRIETATIS ENCOMIUM:
      • BONIFACE OINOPHILUS,
      • LONDON:
      • 1812.
      • EBRIETATIS ENCOMIUM:
      • PRAISE OF DRUNKENNESS
      • THE PREFACE.
      • CONTENTS.
    • FREQUENTLY GETTING DRUNK;
      • BONIFACE OINOPHILUS,
      • LONDON:
      • 1812.
      • EBRIETATIS ENCOMIUM:
    • BONIFACE OINOPHILUS,
    • LONDON:
    • 1812.
    • EBRIETATIS ENCOMIUM:
    • PRAISE OF DRUNKENNESS
    • THE PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
    • PRAISE
  • DRUNKENNESS
    • CHAP. I. THAT ONE MUST BE MERRY.
      • CHAP. II. THAT WINE DRIVES AWAY SORROW AND EXCITES MIRTH.
      • CHAP. III. THAT IT IS GOOD FOR ONE’S HEALTH TO GET DRUNK SOMETIMES.
      • CHAP. IV. THAT OLD PEOPLE OUGHT TO GET DRUNK SOMETIMES.
      • CHAP. V. THAT WINE CREATES WIT.
      • CHAP. VI. THAT WINE MAKES ONE ELOQUENT.
      • CHAP. VII. THAT WINE ACQUIRES FRIENDS, AND RECONCILES ENEMIES.
      • CHAP. VIII. THAT THE CUSTOM OF GETTING DRUNK IS MOST ANCIENT.
      • CHAP. IX. THAT THE PRIMITIVE CHRISTIANS GOT DRUNK.
      • CHAP. X. OF CHURCHMEN.
      • CHAP. XI. OF POPES, SAINTS, AND BISHOPS, THAT USED TO GET DRUNK.
      • CHAP. XII. A CATALOGUE OF SOME ILLUSTRIOUS TOPERS.
      • CHAP. XIII. OF PHILOSOPHERS THAT USED TO GET DRUNK.
      • CHAP. XIV. OF POETS THAT USED TO GET DRUNK.
      • CHAP. XV. OF FREE MASONS, AND OTHER LEARNED MEN, THAT USED TO GET DRUNK.
      • CHAP. XVI. OF NATIONS THAT USED TO GET DRUNK.
      • CHAP. XVII. OF THE DRUNKENNESS OF THE GERMANS.
      • CHAP. XVIII. OF NATIONS THAT GET DRUNK WITH CERTAIN LIQUORS.
      • CHAP. XIX. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS IN FAVOUR OF DRUNKENNESS.
        • I. That drunkards are not generally given to lewdness.
        • II. That in those countries where they do not drink to excess, they are very much addicted to debauchery.
      • I. That drunkards are not generally given to lewdness.
      • II. That in those countries where they do not drink to excess, they are very much addicted to debauchery.
      • CHAP. XX. AN ANSWER TO THE OBJECTION, THAT DRUNKENNESS CAUSES INFINITE EVILS.
      • CHAP. XXI. AN ANSWER TO THE OBJECTION, THAT THE MIRTH WHICH WINE INSPIRES IS CHIMERICAL.
      • CHAP. XXII. AN ANSWER TO THE OBJECTION, THAT ONE LOSES ONE’S REASON IN GETTING DRUNK.
      • CHAP. XXIII. AN ANSWER TO THE OBJECTION, THAT ONE CANNOT TRUST A MAN THAT GETS DRUNK.
      • CHAP. XXIV. AN ANSWER TO THE OBJECTION, THAT DRUNKENNESS MAKES ONE INCAPABLE OF PERFORMING THE DUTIES OF CIVIL LIFE.
      • CHAP. XXV. BURLESQUE, RIDICULOUS, AND OUT-OF-THE-WAY THOUGHTS, AGAINST DRUNKENNESS.
      • CHAP. XXVI. A RIDICULOUS AVERSION THAT SOME HAVE TO WINE.
      • CHAP. XXVII. RIGOROUS LAWS AGAINST WINE AND DRUNKENNESS.
      • CHAP. XXVIII. RULES TO BE OBSERVED IN GETTING DRUNK. I. NOT TOO OFTEN. II. IN GOOD COMPANY.
      • CHAP. XXIX. THIRD RULE, WITH GOOD WINE.
      • CHAP. XXX. FOURTH RULE, AT CONVENIENT TIMES.
      • CHAP. XXXI. FIFTH RULE, TO FORCE NO ONE TO DRINK.
      • CHAP. XXXII. SIXTH RULE, NOT TO PUSH DRUNKENNESS TOO FAR.
      • AN ODE TO BACCHUS.
      • POSTSCRIPT.
      • CHANSON A BOIRE.
      • THE TIPLING PHILOSOPHERS.
        • Lately published by C. Chapple, Pall Mall.
        • Transcriber’s Notes
      • Lately published by C. Chapple, Pall Mall.
      • Transcriber’s Notes
    • CHAP. II. THAT WINE DRIVES AWAY SORROW AND EXCITES MIRTH.
    • CHAP. III. THAT IT IS GOOD FOR ONE’S HEALTH TO GET DRUNK SOMETIMES.
    • CHAP. IV. THAT OLD PEOPLE OUGHT TO GET DRUNK SOMETIMES.
    • CHAP. V. THAT WINE CREATES WIT.
    • CHAP. VI. THAT WINE MAKES ONE ELOQUENT.
    • CHAP. VII. THAT WINE ACQUIRES FRIENDS, AND RECONCILES ENEMIES.
    • CHAP. VIII. THAT THE CUSTOM OF GETTING DRUNK IS MOST ANCIENT.
    • CHAP. IX. THAT THE PRIMITIVE CHRISTIANS GOT DRUNK.
    • CHAP. X. OF CHURCHMEN.
    • CHAP. XI. OF POPES, SAINTS, AND BISHOPS, THAT USED TO GET DRUNK.
    • CHAP. XII. A CATALOGUE OF SOME ILLUSTRIOUS TOPERS.
    • CHAP. XIII. OF PHILOSOPHERS THAT USED TO GET DRUNK.
    • CHAP. XIV. OF POETS THAT USED TO GET DRUNK.
    • CHAP. XV. OF FREE MASONS, AND OTHER LEARNED MEN, THAT USED TO GET DRUNK.
    • CHAP. XVI. OF NATIONS THAT USED TO GET DRUNK.
    • CHAP. XVII. OF THE DRUNKENNESS OF THE GERMANS.
    • CHAP. XVIII. OF NATIONS THAT GET DRUNK WITH CERTAIN LIQUORS.
    • CHAP. XIX. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS IN FAVOUR OF DRUNKENNESS.
      • I. That drunkards are not generally given to lewdness.
      • II. That in those countries where they do not drink to excess, they are very much addicted to debauchery.
    • I. That drunkards are not generally given to lewdness.
    • II. That in those countries where they do not drink to excess, they are very much addicted to debauchery.
    • CHAP. XX. AN ANSWER TO THE OBJECTION, THAT DRUNKENNESS CAUSES INFINITE EVILS.
    • CHAP. XXI. AN ANSWER TO THE OBJECTION, THAT THE MIRTH WHICH WINE INSPIRES IS CHIMERICAL.
    • CHAP. XXII. AN ANSWER TO THE OBJECTION, THAT ONE LOSES ONE’S REASON IN GETTING DRUNK.
    • CHAP. XXIII. AN ANSWER TO THE OBJECTION, THAT ONE CANNOT TRUST A MAN THAT GETS DRUNK.
    • CHAP. XXIV. AN ANSWER TO THE OBJECTION, THAT DRUNKENNESS MAKES ONE INCAPABLE OF PERFORMING THE DUTIES OF CIVIL LIFE.
    • CHAP. XXV. BURLESQUE, RIDICULOUS, AND OUT-OF-THE-WAY THOUGHTS, AGAINST DRUNKENNESS.
    • CHAP. XXVI. A RIDICULOUS AVERSION THAT SOME HAVE TO WINE.
    • CHAP. XXVII. RIGOROUS LAWS AGAINST WINE AND DRUNKENNESS.
    • CHAP. XXVIII. RULES TO BE OBSERVED IN GETTING DRUNK. I. NOT TOO OFTEN. II. IN GOOD COMPANY.
    • CHAP. XXIX. THIRD RULE, WITH GOOD WINE.
    • CHAP. XXX. FOURTH RULE, AT CONVENIENT TIMES.
    • CHAP. XXXI. FIFTH RULE, TO FORCE NO ONE TO DRINK.
    • CHAP. XXXII. SIXTH RULE, NOT TO PUSH DRUNKENNESS TOO FAR.
    • AN ODE TO BACCHUS.
    • POSTSCRIPT.
    • CHANSON A BOIRE.
    • THE TIPLING PHILOSOPHERS.
      • Lately published by C. Chapple, Pall Mall.
      • Transcriber’s Notes
    • Lately published by C. Chapple, Pall Mall.
    • Transcriber’s Notes
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