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Adelaide againſt beauty becauſe befides beft behaviour beſt bleffed breaſt buſineſs cafe cauſe charms confequence confider converfation cou'd deferve defign defire delicacy difpofition duty eaſe eaſy eſteem ev'ry eyes faid fair Annet fame faults fecret fecure feem fenfe fentiments fervants fhall fhew fide filence fincere firſt fociety fome fometimes Fonrofe foon foul friendſhip ftate ftill fubject fuch fuffer fuperior fure give greateſt happineſs hath heart heaven herſelf himſelf honour humour huſband intereft itſelf juſt kindneſs lady laſt leaſt lefs leſs mind miſtake modefty moft moſt muft muſt myſelf nature neceffary never obferve occafions ourſelves paffion perfon pleaſe pleaſure poffible pow'r prefent pride raiſe reaſon refpect reft ſay ſee ſex ſhall ſhe ſhould ſome ſpeak ſpirit ſtate ſuch taſte thefe themſelves theſe thing thofe thoſe thou thought truth underſtanding uſe vanity virtue whofe whoſe wife wiſh woman yourſelf
Page 440 - And ay they grew, and ay they threw, As they wad faine be neare ; And by this ye may ken right weil They were twa luvers deare.
Page 232 - tis to find This fault in half the female kind! From hence proceed aversion, strife, And all that sours the wedded life.
Page 437 - No, I will tak my mither's counsel, And marrie me owt o hand;' And I will tak the nut-browne bride, Fair Annet may leive the land." Up then rose Fair Annet's father, Twa hours or it wer day, And he is gane into the bower Wherein Fair Annet lay. "Rise up, rise up, Fair Annet," he says, "Put on your silken sheene; Let us gae to St.
Page 322 - His mufic calls to dance the night away : ?* And you, fair nymphs, companions of my love,
Page 234 - Resolv'd his bounty to withdraw, And thus, with anger in his look, The late-repenting fool bespoke.
Page 279 - Though little, make it large in love ; O bid my feeling heart expand To ev'ry claim, on ev'ry hand ; To those from whom my days I drew...
Page 379 - You are to consider, that the invisible thing called a Good Name, is made up of the Breath of Numbers that speak well of you; so that if by a disobliging Word you silence the meanest, the Gale will be less strong which is to bear up your Esteem. And though nothing is so vain as the eager...
Page 287 - But when her rifing form was feen To reach the crifis of fifteen, Her parents up the mountain's head, With anxious ftep their darling led ; By turns they fnatch'd her to their breaft, And thus the fears of age exprefs'd.