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F all the Girls that e'er were seen,
There's none so fine as Nelly,
And what's not fit to tell ye :
Of lovely dearest Nelly!
Had the ne'er paft by Calai-.
For when as Nelly came to France,
(Invited by her Cousins) Across the Tuilleries each Glance
Kill'd Frenchmen by whole Dozens,
Did beckon to his Huffar,
For charming Nell to buis her.
The Ladies were with Rage prorok'u,
To see her fo respected :
And Pufs her Tail erected.
Except on pretty Nelly,
Ab ! qu'elle est bien jolie !
But who's that grave Philolophery.
That carefully looks a'ter ?
The Fair one is his Daughter.
He on his Child does lear too :
What some Papa's will here do.
The Courtiers all with one Accord,
Broke out in Nelly's Praises,
(Which are your Termes Francoises.)
Of Dames that stood by Nelly ;
And they, like Fleurs de Palais.
In Marli's Gardens, and St. Clou,
I saw this charming Nelly,
Stand naked in each Alley:
Both at Versailles and Mendon,
And left the Stone she stood on,
Were Nelly's Figure mounted there,: i??
down all th' Italiano Lord! how those Foreigners would stare;
But I should turn Pygmalion : ..??
Me, nothing can delight so,
Her Left Toe, and her Right Toe.
ODE, for Mufick. On the LON
By wicked Will. Whifton s', I
Sing Ditton and Whifton,
And Whiston and Ditton,
* EPIGRAM on the Feuds about
Handel and Bononcini.
TRANGE! all this Difference should be,
'Twixt Tweedle-Dum, and Tweedle-Dee!
As had drawn both the Beasts and their Orpbeus along :
But such is thy Av’rice, and such is thị Pride,
* Two or THREE; or a Receipt
to make a Cuckold.
WO or three Visits, and two or three Bows,