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Groan and shake:
Beneath his foot be lost!
Lofty poet ! touch the sky.
A GENTLE ECHO ON wi
IN THE DO RICK MANNE
SHEPHERD. ECHO, I ween, will in the woods rep And quaintly answer questions: shall.
SHEPHERD. What must we do our passion to expr
SHEPHERD. How shall I please her who ne'er lov'.
SHEPHERD. What most moves women when we th
SHEPHERD. Say, what can keep her chaste, whom
SHEPHERD. If musick softens rocks, love tunes m:
SHEPHERD. Then teach me, Echo, how shall I co
SHEPHERD. When bought, no question, I shall be E
* This writer seems to have been indebted ling's Aurora, 4to, 1604; or to “The Hog See Mr. Read’s Note in Dodsley's Old Plays
SHEPHERD. But deer have horns; how must I keep her under? Echo. Keep her under.
SHEPHERD. How shall I hold her, ne'er to part asunder? EcHo. A–se under.
SHEPHERD. But what can glad me, when she's laid on bier * Echo. Beer.
SHEPHERD. What must I do, when woman will be kind? Echo. Be kind.
SHEPHERD. What must I do, when woman will be cross 2 Echo. Be Cross.
SHEPHERD. Lord, what is she, that can so turn and wind Echo. Wind. SHEPHERD.
If she be wind, what stills her when she blows :
What woman is, and how to guard her well.
E PIT A. P. H.
HERE continueth to ro The body of FRANCIS CHAR Who, with an INFL Exible cons and INIMITABLE UNIFORMITY PERSISTED, In spite of AGE and INFIRM1. In the practice of EveRY HUMA Excepting PRODIGALITY and Hy His insatiable AvARICE exempted him His matchless IMPUDEN CE from t
Nor was he more singular in the unde
And without BRIBE-worthy si He acquired, or more properly
A MINISTERIAL ESTATE.
He was the only person of his
Who could che AT without the mask
Retain his primeval MEANNESS when
TEN THous AND a year;
And, having daily deserved the GISBET f
Was at last condemned to it for wh not do.
O indignant reader
PRovidence connived at his execrable designs,
To give to after ages a conspicuous PRoof and
70 HANNES jacet lic Mirandula—catera néruit Et Tagus et Ganges—forsån et Antipodes.
APPLIED To F. C.
HERE Francis Chartres lies *-be civil!
PFTER complains, that God has given
Consider, Peter, he's in Heaven;
* Thus applied by Mr. Pope: “Here lies lord co, EPI