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" tis to find This fault in half the female kind! From hence proceed aversion, strife, And all that sours the wedded life. "
Angelica's Ladies Library; Or, Parents and Guardians Present. With Eight ... - Page 232
1794 - 440 pages
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The complete fabulist: or, A choice collection of moral and entertaining ...

Complete fabulist - 1732
...wonder ceafes, No matter now how loofe your drefs is ; The end is won, your fortune's made, Your filter now may take the trade. Alas ! what pity 'tis to find...fault in half the female kind ! From hence proceed avtrfion, ftritc, And all that fours the wedded life. Beauty can only point the dart, 'Tis neatnefs...
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Fables for the female sex

Edward Moore, Henry Brooke - Poetry - 1749 - 173 pages
...wonder ceafes, No matter now how loofe your drefs is ; The end is won, your fortune's made, Your fifler now may take the trade. Alas ! what pity 'tis to find...ftrife, And all that fours the wedded life. Beauty Beauty can only point the dart, 'Tis neatnefs guides it to the heart ; Let neatnefs then, and beauty...
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Fables for the female sex

Edward Moore, Henry Brooke, Francis Hayman - English poetry - 1761 - 173 pages
...are- you marry 'd? Yes. Nay, then indeed the wonder ceafes, No matter now how loofe your drefs is j The end is won, your fortune's made, Your fifter now...only point the dart, Tis neatnefs guides it to the heartj Let neatnefs then, and beauty ftrive To keep a wav'ring flame alive. • 'Tis harder far (you'll...
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The art of poetry on a new plan: illustrated with a great variety ..., Volume 1

John Newbery - Literary Criticism - 1762
...matter now how loofe your drefs is; The end is won, your fortune's made, Your fifter now may take ths trade. Alas ! what pity 'tis to find This fault in...From hence proceed averfion, ftrife, And all that fburs the wedded life. Beauty can only point the dart, 'Tis neatnefs guides it to the heart ; Let neatnefs...
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The beauties of English poesy

Oliver Goldsmith - English poetry - 1767
...drefs is ; The end is won, your fortune's made ; Your fifter, now, may take the trade. Alas'."what pity 'tis, to find ' This fault in half the female kind ! From hence proieed averfion, ftrife, ] And all that fours the wedded life. Beauty ;can only point the dart; 'Ti$...
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A collection of the most esteemed pieces of poetry, that have appeared for ...

Moses Mendez - English poetry - 1770 - 316 pages
...you married? Yes. Nay, then, indeed, the wonder ceafes ; No matter, then> how loofe your drefs is J The end is won, your fortune's made ; Your fifter,...female kind ! From hence proceed averfion, ftrife; j And all that fours the wedded life. Beauty can only point the dart ; 'Tis neatnefs guides it to the...
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Extracts, elegant, instructive, and entertaining, in poetry

Vicesimus Knox - Poetry - 1791 - 472 pages
...The end is won, your fortune's made ; Your nfter now may take the trade. Alas ! what piry 'tis to nnd aller was fmooth; but Drvdcn taught to join "| The...t The long majeftic march, and energy divine; J Th Tii neatnefs guides it to the heart ; Let neatnefs then and beauty ftrivc To keep a wav'ring flame...
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The Works of the British Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Volume 10

English poetry - 1795
...wonder ceafes, No matter now how loofe your drefs is; The cod is won, your fortune's made, Yoor fitter now may take the trade. Alas ! what pity 'tis to find This fault in half the female kind ! Fran hence proceed averfion, ftrife, A2.J all that lours the. wedded life. 2ci»tj can only point...
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Moores Fables for the Female Sex

Edward Moore - English poetry - 1799 - 113 pages
...ceases, No matter now how loose your dress is ; c The end is won, your fortune's made, Your sister now may take the trade. Alas ! what pity 'tis to find...fault in half the female kind ! From hence proceed aversion, strife, And all that sours the wedded life. BEAUTY can only point the dart, 'Tis NEATNESS...
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