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Covent Garden Journal (Newspaper) - June 23, 1752, London, Middlesex By Sir ALEXANDER Confer pf GREAT Price 3 J li E 1752 To be continued every TUESDAY and T j J r nugague jnr and trifling l J Let other Swains to Courts And view each glittring Beauty Art alone makes them fo fairy T But Nature Jeany Wefton L E S AUNT B A k A R T O Sir A M one of the con ftant Readers of your am ly that you feldqm or ever enferfain us with a ny Thing But Pjithee Anight haft thou noHarniony in thy Soul For my Ive always had fuch a ftrange pofition to I may fay with a great Ufpd in for tbe Numbers Youll tell me that a Poet and a Rhirner are two different and that the Cftriiiqg of be Numbers fignifies unlefe along with You will confefs that we often fee the fillieft Things Applauded only becaufe taggd vyjth Rhyme And did not the fineft Boem in our lie for Years no other Reafon that I know but fts wanting that Ad vantage Without further I prefcnt you a Sgng which I have lately made on my Tho Pollys and tho Peggys Each Youthful Poets Bofom warms None the Heart As Lovely Jenny Weftdnu No or Or fpiqy Gale that Afric Does half fuch fragrant Sweets As round Jenny What Paint with her Coippjejcipp r Jewels tparkle like Tief Jjijes What IJilts of Snow t f i j t I The Breafts of Jenny Wefton f f w f Give others The Riches of SRofey v I alk not Bawbles VI impkfre T A The Hwt of Jpjapy V r On Indias Vd Icjofe A Cot my and my Throrie i j f The of jenny And if you wil not allow me to Be infpired with the Raptures of you will at leaft allow1 hie the Inspiration of a Lover and as fuch I doubt not your Tavour J Tour very bumble GEOFERY Advice to FA Y R MAYDEN S Written by DAN JEFFRY toyoureoldeprende If yee fay re to fum i T J i gode For Gallants rath or lajte muft loken out For thilk fame out Marriage Yet fdotly ma1 r J vet mdumper Clerkes faie i fliis Latirr that yee allDene Mahnis chefe His his and Difport So Bardie is Man Harknith to my moral Lay Ne ftand ye flilt Jhall ns childis PErhaps your Readers will be dif pleafed with the Sight of ing when they arertdld itr yas written by that ancienr Venerable Dan tbauctr How it came to lily Hands is inttfter All I hope at prefent that Afaydens will take fair Warning fromlhis goad T6r in other that thev will firftUke forhe Pains tb J and fome more to further f Eke fings the is all rr NowiiRnith to my Code is the the Rime be Strerhes ffoweri There ttany a surd many af Made abyde on the God few Mades doe And fewer that think rite wel and v Now fhilke fame frefh brought J eh io the I P Are rated high little can they kepe Downs fals the M beneMier WhoBies myTVjaflefe Ne 1 ne three So handled fifty by my Fathers l i f hs Mafas wpnt they are not worth fjf l a f w fo W Univerfal Regifter Corner of CorahilL
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