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When Heaven had You and gracious Anna * made, What more exalted beauty could it add?Having no nobler images in store, It but kept up to these, nor could do more Than copy well what it had fram'd before. If in dear Burghley's generous face we see Obliging truth and handsome honesty:With all that work! of charms, which soon will mort
Reverence in men, and in the fair-ones love:His every grace, his fair descent assures, He has his mother's beauty, me has yours iIf every Cecil's face had every charm, That thought can fancy, or that Heaven can form;Their beauties all become your beauty's due, They are all fair, because they 're all like vou.
If every Ca'ndish great and charming look;From you that air, from you the charms they took. In their each limb, your image is exprest; But on their brow sirm courage stands consest;There, their great father, by a strong increase, Adds strength to beauty, and compleats the piece
Thus still your beauty, in your sons, we view,
Wicssen seven times. one great persection drew;Whoever fat, the picture still is you.
So when the parent-fun, with genial beams,
So when great Rhea many births had given,
In short-liv'd charms let others place their joys.
Ah! Wiessen, had thy art been so resin'd,
A FABLE, from PHÆDRUS.
rT"*HE Fox an actor's vizard found,
OF THE FIRST VOLUME.
On a Picture of Seneca dying in a Bath, by Jordain,
at Burleigh House. 3o.
Milton. By Mr. Bradbury. 4*
To my Lord Buckhurst, vary young, playing with
a Cat. ibid.
Celia to Damon. :a
An Ode presented to the King, on His Majesty's
Love disarmed. Page 105
Cloe hunting. 107
Cupid and Ganymede. 108
Cupid mistaken. 111
Venus mistaken. ibid.
A Song. Ji*
The Dove. "J
A Lover's Anger. '* 118
Mercury and Cupid. 119
On Beauty: a Riddle. lit
The Question: to Lisetta. 123
Lisetta's Reply. ibid.
The Garland. 124.
The Lady who ossers her Looking-glass to
Cloe Jealous. ibid.
Answer to Cloe Jealous, in the fame Style; the
Author sick. 118
A better Answer. 129
Pallas and Venus: an Epigram. 130
To a young Gentleman in Love. A Tale. 131
An English Padlock. 134
Hans Carvel. 137
A Dutch Proverb. 142
Paulo Purganti and his Wise. ibid.
The Ladle. 14S
Written at Paris, 1700, in the Beginning of
Robe's Geography. 154 Written in the Beginning of Mezeray's History of