Burlington Bertie the type of a man-about-town, personified in the song ‘Burlington Bertie from Bow’ (1915) by W. F. Hargreaves, popularized by the music-hall performer Vesta Tilley (Burlington refers to the luxurious Burlington Arcade in the fashionable area of Piccadilly, London).
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