- beer; “shant of GATTER,” a pot of beer. A curious slang street melody, known in Seven Dials as _Bet the Coaley’s Daughter_, thus mentions the word in a favourite verse:— “But when I strove my flame to tell, Says she, ‘Come, stow that patter, If you’re a cove wot likes a gal, Vy don’t you stand some GATTER?’ In course I instantly complied— Two brimming quarts of porter, With sev’ral goes of gin beside, Drain’d Bet the Coaley’s daughter.”
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