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SADLERS-HALL IN CHEAPSIDE.
With censures praise, with flatteries abuse.
THE EARL OF GODOLPHIN TO DR. GARTH,
UPON THE LOSS OF MISS DINGLE: In return to the Doctor's Consolatory Verses to him, upon the loss of his Rod *.
of THOU, who the pangs ту:
embitter'd rage Could'ft, with thy never-dying verse, afluage; Immortal verse, fecure to live as long As that curs’d prose that did condemn thy song: Thou, happy bard, whose double-gifted pen, Alike can cure an aking corn, or spleen; * See above, p. 109.
Whose lucky hand administers repose
What though it comes from an unpractis’d Musę,
Dingle is lost, the hollow caves resound
Dingle is lost; where is now the parent's care,
engage Under the roof to Whartonize the
Learn, ye indulging parents, learn from hence :
But oh! my friend, consider, though she 's gone,
G A R T H'S
Verses written for the Toasting-Glasses of the Kit-