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Some good lessons Are also learnt from Ceres and from Bacchus, Without whom Venus will not long attack us.

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Some good lessons Are also learnt from Ceres and from Bacchus, Without whom Venus will not long attack us.

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Strike up the dance, the cava bowl fill high.

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Strike up the dance, the cava bowl fill high.

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Sweet to the father is his first-born's birth!

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Sweet to the father is his first-born's birth!

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That father perished at the stake For tenets he would not forsake.

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That father perished at the stake For tenets he would not forsake.

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The Baal-adorer bows on Sinai's steep; Yet there, e'en there, O God, thy thunders sleep.

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The Baal-adorer bows on Sinai's steep; Yet there, e'en there, O God, thy thunders sleep.

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The mind that broods o'er guilty woes Is like a scorpion girt by fire.

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The mind that broods o'er guilty woes Is like a scorpion girt by fire.

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The present century was growing blind To the great Marlborough's skill in giving knocks, Until his late life by Archdeacon Coxe.

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The present century was growing blind To the great Marlborough's skill in giving knocks, Until his late life by Archdeacon Coxe.

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The would-be wits and can't-be gentlemen.

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The would-be wits and can't-be gentlemen.

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There is an order Of mortals on the earth, who do become Old in their youth, and die ere middle age.

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There is an order Of mortals on the earth, who do become Old in their youth, and die ere middle age.

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There rose no day, there roll'd no hour Of pleasure unembitter'd; And not a trapping deck'd my power, That gall'd not while it glitter'd.

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There rose no day, there roll'd no hour Of pleasure unembitter'd; And not a trapping deck'd my power, That gall'd not while it glitter'd.

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There's nothing makes me so much grieve, As that abominable tittle-tattle, Which is the cud eschew'd by human cattle.

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There's nothing makes me so much grieve, As that abominable tittle-tattle, Which is the cud eschew'd by human cattle.

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They kindly leave us, but not quite alone, But in good company, the gout or stone.

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They kindly leave us, but not quite alone, But in good company, the gout or stone.

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Think you if Laura had been Petrarch's wife He would have written sonnets all his life?

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