The young gallant's academy, or, Directions how he should behave himself in all places and company : as in an ordinary, in a play-house, in a tavern, as he passes along the street all hours of the night, and how to avoid constables interrogatories : to which is added, the character of a town-huff : together with the character of a right generous and well-bred gentleman
J. Cleaveland revived : poems, orations, epistles, and other of his genuine incomparable pieces. With some other exquisite remains of the most eminent wits of both the universities that were his contemporaries. This second edition, besides many other never before publisht additions, is enriched with the authors Midsummer-moon, or Lunacy-rampant; being an university character, a short survey of some of the late fellows of the colledges. Now at last publisht from his original copies, by some of his intrusted friends.
Author: Cleveland, John Year: 1660
Publisher: London : Printed for Nathaniel Brooke at the Angel in Cornhil,