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Page 86 - Could never equal, nor come nigh. ' For women first were made for men, Not men for them. — It follows, then, That men have right to every one, And they no freedom of their own ; And therefore men have pow'r to choose, But they no charter to refuse.
Page 7 - For loyalty is still the same Whether it win or lose the game ; True as the dial to the sun, Although it be not shin'd upon.
Page 15 - But still his tongue ran on, the less Of weight it bore, with greater ease ; And, with its everlasting clack, Set all men's ears upon the rack. No sooner could a...
Page 56 - So, though he posted e'er so fast, His fear was greater than his haste : For fear, though fleeter than the wind, Believes 'tis always left behind. But when the morn began t
Page 230 - Where all he can make of it at the best, Is hardly three per cent for interest ; And whether he will ever get it out Into his own possession is a doubt : Affects all books of past and modern ages, But reads no further than their title-pages, Only to con the authors...
Page 107 - It is a large one, far more great Than e'er was bred in Afric yet ; From which we boldly may infer, The Moon is much the fruitfuller. And, since the mighty Pyrrhus brought...
Page 103 - Her real estate, and personal ; And make an accurate survey Of all her lands, and how they lay, As true as that of Ireland, where The sly surveyors stole a shire : 10 T' observe her country, how 'twas planted, With what sh...
Page 70 - He that complies against his will, Is of his own opinion still ; Which he may adhere to, yet disown, For reasons to himself best known ; But 'tis not to b
Page 155 - Indian rattlesnake, but strive to ruin and destroy those that, mistake it for fair play ; that have their fulhams at command, brought up to do their feats at hand ; that understand their calls and knocks, and how to place themselves i' th' box ; can tell the oddses of all games, and when to answer to their names; and, when he conjures them t...