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* Sed tamen, ille Deus qui fit, da Tityre
nobis. - - - -
+ Fortunate senex, hic inter flumina nota.
f Non equiden invideo, mitor magis.
& At nos hinc alii sitientes bimus Afros,
Pars Scythiam, et rapidum Creta veniemus
Oaxem, - -

* Alternis dicetis.
+ Non ego, te vidi, Damonis
Tu post caretta latebas.

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fot, ** Comb their lark hair on forehead flat: “Fair laughs the morn, when all the world

are beaux, “While vainly struttins thro' a silly land, “In toppish train the puffy barber goes; ** Lace on his shirt, and noney at cominand, “Regardless of the skulking bantos sway, “That hid in some dark court expects his

ev’ning prey.

* The porter-rug fi'i high,
“Baked out's and locks frepn:e :
“Rest of ear herds, they set by w gs may live,
“Close by the greaty chair
“ Fell thirst aid tamine lie,
“No more to art will beauteo is nature give.
“Heard ye the gang of Ficking say,
“Sir john" at last we've son, d their haunt
“To desperation driv'n by hungry want,
“Thro' the crammed laughing lot they steal
their way.

* Sir John Fielding the active Police Magi:trate of that day. '

bridge. ANECDOTES

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