Actual footage, circa 1752.
Benjamin Franklin's "Drinker's Dictionary" -- a list of some 220 "round-about phrases" for "drunk" originally published in a 1737 issue of the Pennsylvania Gazette -- is read aloud by a fairly persuasive impersonator.
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