Ranger's Progress: Consisting of a Variety of Poetical Essays, Moral, Serious, Comic, and Satyrical. By Honest Ranger, of Bedford-Row

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Page 43 - Laugh where we muft, be candid where we can, But vindicate the Ways of God to Man. POPE. I,
Page ix - Men are but Children of a larger Growth, " Our Appetites as apt to change as theirs,
Page 117 - upon the Sea, and upon the Earth, lifted up his Hand to Heaven, and
Page 101 - No, nor the fruitful River in the Eye, That can denote me truly.
Page 71 - tis in vain to think to guefs. * At Women by Appearances.
Page 104 - full as long as the Siege of Old Troy, To win a fweet Girl I my Time did employ
Page 81 - too, Such pretty Creatures at a Ball May ferve for Partners, — but that's all, For Life they'll never do.
Page 28 - Follies here triumphant reign> And daily are increafing: Yet when I meet my Bofom Friends, We in thefe Fools
Page 78 - Him as a Friend I now addrefs, Tho' 'tis a Freedom I confefs, To ufe unto a
Page 27 - And from this begg'ring Place return, My frank Advice is given ; Ne'er grieve, tho

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