Cadenus and Vanessa: A Poem : to which is Added a True and Faithful Inventory of the Goods Belonging to Dr. S---t, Vicar of Lara Cor, Upon Lending His House to the Bishop of ----, Till His Own was Built

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N. Blandford ... and sold, 1726 - 31 pages

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Page 7 - If a small breeze obstruct the course, It whirls about, for want of force, And in its narrow circle gathers Nothing but chaff, and straws, and feathers. The current of a female mind Stops thus, and turns with every wind ; Thus whirling round together draws Fools, fops, and rakes, for chaff and straws.
Page 5 - Accusing the false creature man. The brief with weighty crimes was charg'd, On which the pleader much enlarg'd ; That Cupid now has lost his art, ~) Or blunts the point of every dart ; — His altar now no longer...

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