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If these attempt to Hoot, or those to Bray.
Lab'ring in Doubts Mirmillo stood, then said,
True Man, reply'd the Elf; by Choice deceas'd,
70 These _46|| Those 1 – 4.6 71 We-yl-3 Westley Wi 75 allow'd ! 78 B-Y* Bentley W ' || B-e. 3 Boyle. Wi 79 Neuer Abschnitt 1-4 80 wou'd 1-4 82 Those 6 83 Them 6 84 Magazine ] Penury 85 awkardly you've shin'd 1-4 87 But soon, what They've exalted They 'l discard, L4 But Those that can exalt, can soon discard; 88 And set up Carus, or the City Bard. 1—4. 0 An Stelle von 89—106 haben 1_6 folgende VV.: Alarm’d at this, the Heroe Courage took. And Storms of Terrour threaten'd in his Look. (Look, 6] My dread Resolves, he cry'd, I'll straight [strait ®) pursue, (pursue; 2-8) The Fury smild und sullenly with-drew. [The Fury satisfy'd, ( nodded, and in Smiles withdrew. 2–6)
Ever contriving Pain, and never pleas'd.
The Fury spoke, then in a Moment fir'd
In boding Dreams Mirmillo spent the Night,
As bold Mirmillo the gray Dawn descries,
Sky, 14. 6
107 boding ) omnious 1 109 fehlt in 1–4. 6 110 glows ) smiles 1–4. 6
111 From rifling silent Graves the Sextons fly. 112 azure ] rising 1–4. 6 || skud 1-4
114 The Vi'lets ope their Buds, Cowslips their Bells. 1-4. 6 115 Progne, ? ! Tereus, 1 116 Kein neuer Abschnitt 1-4 119 Where Querpo in his Armour shone the most. 1–4 || fill'd ] charm'd 6 120 His Arms were made, ] his Shield was wrought, 1-4
By *Mulciber, the Mayor of Bromingham.
Beneath this Blazing Orb bright Querpo shone.
* See the Allussion Hom. Iliad. B. 18. Virg. Æn. B. 8.
** This Bird, according to the Ancients, gives itself a Clyster with its Beak.
+ Alluding to Astynax. See Hom. Il.
121 Bromigham. 4 Birmingham 11 122–123 fehlen in 1 124 of the Vulnerary ) dissembl’d Senna 1-4.0 125 the ) its l_4.0 || sight 126—127 fehlen in 1-4.0 126 the ] its 128 the ) its l_4.6 130 exprest 1-4 || state 1-4 132 Disagree, 1-4
134 And whilst one Assasin another plies l_ || each ) one 135 With starch'd Civilities, the Patieut dyes. 1-4 || learn'd ) quaint 6 ceal'd. 1-4
Then peept, and with th' effulgent Helm wou'd play,
145 Thus sometimes Joy prevail'd, and sometimes Fear; And Tears and Smiles alternate Passions were.
As Querpo tow'ring stood in Martial Might,
155 Your Virtue I admire, your Valour more. If Battel be resolv'd, you 'll find this Hand Can deal out Destiny, and Fate command. Our Foes in Throngs shall hide the Crimson Plain, And their Apollo interpose in vain.
160 Tho' Gods themselves engage, a + Diamed With ease cou'd show a Deity can bleed.
But War's rough Trade shou'd be by Fools profest, The truest Rubbish fills a Trench the best. Let Quinsies throttle, and the Quartan shake,
165 Or Dropsies drown, and Gout and Colicks rack; Let Sword and Pestilence lay waste, whilst we Wage bloodless Wars, and fight in Theory. Who wants not Merit needs not arm for Fame, The Dead I raise my Chivalry proclaim.
170 Diseases baffled, and lost Health restor’d, In Fame's bright List my Victories record.
* The Skin of a dissected Baboon called so.
† See Hom. IU. B. 5. 144 peep't 1-4. 8
ll play; 145 And ] But 1-4.8 || gap'd 2-4 || wou'd ) he'd 1-* || away: 148—194 fehlen in 1 149 sparkl'd 6 156 Value 11 value W1 161 Diomed 10–11. W 1 164 truest ] grossest Garth-Leicht, Dispensary,
More Lives from me their Preservation own,
Your Cures, shrill Querpo cry'd, aloud you tell, 175
180 Either they hear not, or regard not Pray’r, That argues want of Pow'r, and This of Care. Allow that Wisdom infinite must know; Pow'r infinite must act. I grant it so. Haste strait to Neptune's Fane, survey with Zeal 185 The Walls. What then? reply'd the Infidel. Observe those num'rous Throngs in Effigy, The Gods have sav'd from the devouring Sea. 'Iis true, their Pictures that escap'd, you keep, But where are Theirs that perish'd in the Deep?
190 Vaunt now no more the Triumph of your Skill, But, tho unfee'd, exert your Arm, and kill. Our Scouts have learn'd the Posture of the Foe; In War, Surprizes surest Conduct show.
But Fame, that neither Good nor bad conceals, 195 That P-ke's Worth, and 0-'s Valour tells. How Truth in B-how in C-h reigns Varro's Magnificence with Maro's Strains. But how at Church and Bar all gape and stretch If W- plead, or S-or 0-ly preach,
200 184 Kein Kursivdruck in 6 186 Kein Kursivdruck in 187 Effigy. ? wohl durch Effigy, 6- 1--11. W zu ersetzen. 189—190 Kursivdruck
195 But Fame that whispers each profound Design, || Fate? Druckfehler 196 And tells the Consultations at the Vine. 1-4 || Pembroke's W 1 || Ormond's Wi 197—198 fehlen in 1-4 197 Burnet, W 1 || Cav'ndish W1 199 But ] And 1-4 || stretch 1-6. O 200 If Wi-ton [W-ton 2 W-n s] but plead, or 0-ly (0-y 3-4 preach; I-- || Winnington Wi|| South W | Only Wi
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