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Grog is Rum and varying amounts of water.



Thomas Trotter, "Written on board the Berwick," in Notes & Queries, Series 1, 1781

  • "A mighty bowl on deck he drew.
  • And filled it to the brink;
  • Such drank the Burford's gallant crew,
  • And such the gods shall drink,
  • The sacred robe which Vernon wore
  • Was drenched within the same;
  • And hence his virtues guard our shore,
  • And Grog derives its name.

"Maryland Journal", 21st May 1788

"Rum, Whiskey, Brandy, Gin, Stinkibus, Bitters, Toddy, Grog, Slings and fifty other liquors all come under the denomination of spirits".

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