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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.
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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.