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Sir Gregory Gigg; or, the city beau. A Favourite Song, in The Son in Law. Sung by Mr. Mills, in the Character of Bouquet, at the Salisbury Theatre. Tune-Young Jockey stole my Heart away. This face observe, discerning fair; Observe each motion debonair; My Artois buckles when you view, In shining sable sattin shoe, You'll say that I'm from top to toe, A monstrous handsome City Beau. My humble whisky I despise; Like Phaeton, I mount the skies; And, as I drive away like mad, They all declare that I'm the Lad; And cry, he's sure, from top to toe, A monstrous handsome City Beau.

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Salisbury : [J.] Fowler, printer, Salisbury, [1780?]

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ESTC T48325

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