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1 human kind, 7 |

1 Calld | clear 7 | blank 7 | paper | every | infant |

mind; 71 Where 7 | still, | 7 as opening sense 7 1 7 hér |

dictates | wrote, 7 | Fair 7 | Virtue | put a | seal, 7 1.7 or | Vice, 717 a

| blot. 711 | 7 The | thought was happy, | pertinent and true !

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sue. 7|| 17| 7 (can you | pardon my pre | sumption?)| \ I,

71 No 7 | wit, 19 | no | genius, / yet for once, 717 will | try. 7|||

7 Various the paper | various | wants pro duce:

1911 7 The wants of fashion, / elegance | 7 and use.

7111 Men 9 17 are as / various; | 7 and if | right I | scan,

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Each 7 | sort of | paper l represents | some |

man. 9111 Pray 7 | note the | fop; 7| | half 7 | powder 1 7 and half 7 | lace! 711

1 Nice as a | bandbox | 7 were | his | dwelling | place.

1 7111 He's the gilt 7 | paper, 1 7 which a part you |

| store, 71

7 And | lock from | vulgar | hands 7 1 7 in the scru

| toire. 7|11 7 Me | chanics, / servants, | farmers, 1 7 and so

forth, 7 Are | copy | paper, 1 7 of in | ferior | worth; 7 | Less 7 | prized; 7 | | more 7 | useful; 1 7 for your !

desk decreed; 7| | Free to | all 7 | pens, 717 and prompt at |

every need. 7||| 7 The | wretch 7 | 7 whom avarice | | bids to

7 | pinch and spare, 7 | | Starve, 7 | cheat 7 1 7 and | pilfer, | 7 to en

rich an | heir, 7 | 7 Is | coarse 7 | brown 7 | paper; | | such as / ped

lars | choose 7 | To wrap up wares 9 1 7 which | better | men 7 1 7 will use. |||

| Take 7 | next 7 | 7 the , miser's | contrast; | | 7 who

des | troys 7 | Health, 7 | fame and fortune | 7 in a round of |

joys. 9111 ? Will | any | paper | match 7 | him? 7! | Yes, I 1

7 throughout; 711 He's a | true ? | sinking | paper, | | past 7 | all 7 |

doubt. 7111 7 The | retail | poli | tician's | anxious, thought

7 Deems 7 | this side | always' right, 71 and that

7 | stark 7 | nought: 71 7 He | foams with | censure; 1 7 with applause he

| raves ; 7

7 A dupe to | rumours, | | and a tool to | knaves ;

711 He'll 7 | want 7 | no 7 type 7 | his / weakness 1 7 to

pro | claim, 71 7 While | such a thing as | fools-cap | 7 has al

name. 7111 7 The | hasty / gentleman, | 7 whose | blood runs /

high; 71 7 Who | picks a quarrel | 7 if you step a | wry;

7 Who | can't a | jest, 717 a | hint, 7.17 or look

en dure! 7| | What is he? 7 | What! 7 1 | Touch-paper 17

to be sure. 9111 What are our | poets? | | Take them 17 as they |

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not read at | all! 7|| Them 7 | 7 and their works 7 | 7 in the same 7 |

1 class 7 | 7 you'll 7 | find:7) | They are the | mere / waste-paper | 7 of man |

kind. 7111 7 Ob | serve the maiden, | | innocently | sweet!

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She's 7 | fair 7 | white 7 | paper! | 7 an unsullied

sheet; 71 7 On | which 7 1 7 the | happy | man 9 17 whom

fate or | dains 71 7 May | write his name, 7 1 7 and I take her for his

| pains. 7 111

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I'll bring! 7 | 'Tis the great 7 | man 7 | 7 who scorns a | little

| thing; 7|| 7 Whose I thought, 7 | 7 whose | deeds, 7 | 7 whose

| maxims | 7 are his own; 7 | | Form’d on the feelings | 7 of his / heart al

1 lone. 7 ||| True, 7 | genuine, | royal | paper, 1 7 is his

1 breast, 711 7 0f | all the | kinds 7| | most 7 | precious,

purest, best! 7111

ALEXANDER'S FEAST.

DRYDEN

'Twas at the royal | feast 7 1 7 for | Persia / won

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7 By Philip's | warlike son: 7|
7 A | loft, in | au full state, 7 |
7 The godlike i bero | sat 7 |

On bis im perial | throne; 7|| 7 His | valiant | peers 7 1 7 were | plac'd a | round;

7 Their | brows 7 1 7 with roses | 7 and with | myr

tle | bound: 711 So should de sert in arms be crown'd. 7|

1 11 7 The I lovely | Thais, | 7 by his side, 7 1

Sat like a | blooming | eastern | bride, 7 ) 7 In | flower of | youth, 717 and beauty's | pride.

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Happy, 7| | happy, | | happy | pair! | 1 | None but the brave, 7 || none but the brave, 7 |

| none | but the | brave 717 de serves the

| fair! 7 111
7 Ti | motheus, | plac'd on high 7 |

7 A | mid the | tuneful I quire; 7 |
7 With | flying | finger's | touch'd the lyre: 7

11 7 The | trembling | notes 7 17 as | cend the sky,

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7 And | heavenly 1 joys in I spire. 7 IT 7 The song.7 | 7 be / gan from | Jove! 711 7 Who | left his blissful | seats a | bove 911

1 Such is the power of mighty | love! 7||| 7 A | dragon's | fiery | form 7 | 7 be | ly'd the God:

1 711 7 Sub | lime, 717 on | radiant | spires, 7? | 7 he i

rode, 7|| When he to | fair 0 | lympia | press’d; 7 | 17 And, ' while he | sought her | snowy |

breast, 7 | 7 A | round her | slender | waist 7 | 7 hel

curl'd, 7] 7 And | stamp'd 7 | 7 an image of himself, 7 | 1

7 a 1 sovereign | 7 of the I world! 7111
7 The listening | crowd 7 1 7 ad | mire the

lofty | sound, 711

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