Scarronides: Or, Virgil Travestie. A Mock Poem on the First and Fourth Books of Virgil's Aeneid, in English Burlesque. Compared with Former Editions (Google eBook)

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G. Walker, 1807 - 144 pages
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Page 119 - Made of the best strong hempen teer, And ere a cat could lick her ear, Had tied it up with as much art, As DUN himself could do for's heart.
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