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Both rcbb'd of air, we both lie in one ground;
Both whom one fire had burnt one water droivn'd.

PYRAMIS AND THISBE. ". .

Two by themselves each other love and fear; .''.
Slain, cruel friends by parting have joiri'd'here. ' '. )

By children's births and death I am become
So dry, that I am now mine own sad tomb.

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Unner an under.min'd and shot.bruis'd wall
A too bold captain perish'd by the fall,
Whose brave misfortune happiest men envy'd,
That had a tower for tomb his bones to hide.

A LAME BEGGAR.

I Am unable, yonder Reggar cries,

To stand or move; if he says true he lies.

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A LICENTIOUS PERSON.

Tji Y sins and hairs may no man equal call;
Fipr as thy sins increase thy hairs do fall.

ANTIQUARY.

If in his study he hath so much care

To hang all old strange things, let his wife beware.

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