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What can her fond Ambition ask beyond
UM Rofa purpureo fuffunditur ora rubore.
Spina gravis nitidi Aoris amore calat. Protinus armorum ponit pacatior iras,
Et jam blanda suæ porrigit ora Rosx. Ut videt alternis ambas concurrere votis,
Quæ regit hortorum maxima FLORA, vices Fælices jubet hinc coeant in fædera, utrisquc
Unus, & ex Uno stemmare furgat honos. Tu decus æternum, dixit, inea, da, Rofa, Spina,
Et tu perpetuam protege, Spina, Rolam.
English'd by the AUTHOR.
Hile rich in brightest Red, the blushing Rofc
Her freshest op’ning Beauties did difclose;
Hile SAPPHO with harmonious Airs
Her dear PHILENIS charms, With equal Joy the Nympb appeaçs ,
Diffolving in his Arms.
Thus to themselves alone they are
- What all Mankind can give; Alternately the happy Pa'ir All grant; and All receive.
:!soy Like the: Twin-Stars, fo fam'd for Friends it sal Who set: by Turns, and rise ;
WE When one to THETIS Lap descends; ; . His Brother mounts the Skies.
With happier Fatc, and kinder Caredu
These Nymphs by Turns do reign, ast;20409A While still the falling, does prepare .?8511 1'11/ The rising, to fustaina
is 11" TUT The Joys of either Sex in Love, . In each of them we read,
2go Successive éach, to each docs prove,
Fierce Youth and yielding Maida
EPIGRAM To the Two New Members for BRAMBER 1708.
HO' in the Commons House you did prevail,
Good Sir CLEEVE MOORE, and gentle Master HALE; Yet on good Luck be cautious of relying, 's Burgess for Bramber is no place to die in. Your Predeceffors have been oddly fared ; ASGILL and SHIPPEN have been both tranlated,
: On CONTENTMENT.
Done from the Latin of 7. Gerhard.
Any that once by. Fortune's Bounty reard,
Amidst the Wealthy and the Great appear'd, Have wisely from those envy'd Heights declin'd, Have funk to that just Level of Mankind, Where nor too little, nor too much gives the true
Peace of mind.