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Martial

For Nothing Lucy never plays ye whore
Thats true—for Lucy ever pays before

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Jac: Faber Stapul: By J: Scaliger.

a Nations praise thine ample glory be
or let the Nation find its praise in thee.

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Scriblerian Epigrams

Our Carys a Delicate Poet; for What?
For having writt? No: but for having writ not.

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A Impromptu Like Martial

Gays gon out early, how comes it to pass?
Not that he has buisness, but thinks that he has

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An Epitaph Desird On One Wheeler

My name is Wheeler here I ly
Because I happend for to dy
life wheeld me in death wheeld me out
how strangely things are wheeld about.

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On Mr Pope Drawing D: Swifts Picture

One authour has anothers head begun
Lett no man say it might be better don
For since they both are Witts Ime very glad
To find he has not drawn him twice as bad.

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Out Of Greek

The things that Mortals love are mortal too
& swiftly transient fleet before the view
Or if with man a longer while they stay
Man swiftly transient fleets himself away.

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To Mistress

Hadst thou but livd before ye Gods were dead
That Heathens ownd ye world might thus have said.
'If any settled seat ye Muses use
'Thou art that seat or art thy self a Muse.

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On The Castle Of Dublin, Anno 1715

This House and Inhabitants both well agree,
And resemble each other as near can be;
One half is decay'd, and in want of a Prop,
The other new built, but not finish'd a-top.

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Untitled Fragment

When Pop'ry s arbitrary yoak
Britannia feard of late
To liberty Religion spoke
To save ye sinking state
Joy of the World the Goddess said
Can no great soul be found
To move for this
Ore
Joy of both worlds the nymph replyd

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