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Once in our lives

Pag. 57

One April morn, when from the sea

173
One midnight, when the Bear did stand,

187
On silver Tyber's vocal shore,

191
On the brow of Richmond hitha

88
On the shore of a love ebbing fea,

On yonder bed, supinely laid,

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Rale faces stand by, and our bright ones ndare, 55

Phillis, whose heart was unconfin’d,

65

Plague us not with idle stories,

115

Princes that rule, and empire way,

246
Pr'ythee fill me the glass,

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Prythee figh no more, fond swain,

26

Prythee, Silvia, why so coy?

R

Richest gift of lavish nature,

251
Rife, Cloris, charming maid, arife!

199

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Say, Cordelia, do you find,

136

Say, mufe, what numbers shall relak,

Seek not to know what must not be revealds

16

See the bright Clarinda walking,

Sball I, wasting in defpair,

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She comés! in vain the winds and frows

262
She loves, and the confesses too ;

99

Silvia, Dėlia, sweetest pair,

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Se form'd to charm, lovely all over,
Speak, lovely charmer, speak,

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Sum up all the delights the world does produce
Swain, thy hopeless passion (mothers

70
Sweet Nelly, my heart's delights

89
Sweet ftream, that dost with equal Race

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Take off your glass that's full,

22

Talk, Strephon, no more of what's honest and just

Tell me, gentle Strephon, why

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Tell me, Hamilla, tell me why's

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Tell me, Miranda, why should I

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Tell

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