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PHR Y N E.
PHRYNE had talents for mankind,
Open fhe was, and unconfin'd,
Like fome free port of trade :
Her learning and good breeding fuch,
And flutters in her pride.
So have Į known those Insects fair
Still vary shapes and dyes;
Still gain new titles with new forms;
First grubs obscene, then wriggling worms,
The Happy Life of a COUNTRY PARSON.
Arson, these things in thy poffeffing
Are better than the Bishop's bleffing.
A Chryfoftom to smooth thy band in;
Lo here the Septuagint,―and Paul,
He that has these, may pass his life,
Drink with the 'Squire, and kifs his wife;
Toast Church and Queen, explain the News,
And shake his head at Doctor S-t,
Page 72. Note 1. 19. for ynd read and.
127. 1. 3. after Arms inftead of a full point infert
164. 1. 4. for refusa read refufa.