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" You'll bring a House (I mean of Peers)
“ Land all about your ears.
“ And run, on ivory, so glib,
« Nor stop at Flattery or Fibe.
“ Athenian Queen! and sober charms !
“ I tell ye, fool. there's nothing in't: “s 'Tis Venus, Venus gives these arms“
“ In Dryden's Virgil see the print“.
" Come, if you'll be a quiet soul,
" That dares tell neither Truth nor Lies', " I'll list you in the harmless roll
Of those that sing of these poor eyes."
Such toys being the usual presents from lovers to their miltreffes.
• When she delivers Æneas a suit of heavenly armour.
fi. e. If you have neither the courage to write Satire; nor the application to attempt an Epic poem.---He was then meditating on such a work.