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Then took his Mufe at once and dipt her
What punishment all this must follow :
(10) Translation of all the Psalms.
(12) Paraphrase of the Canticles of Moses and Deborah, &c.
(13) The Lamentations.
* Kick him on the breech, not knight him on the shoulder.
A RECEIPT FOR STEWING VÉA L.
WITH NOTES BY THE AUTHOR.
'AKE a knuckle of veal;
You may buy it or steal.
Must season this knuckle ;
With other herbs muckle ;
I This is by Dr. Bentley thought to be time, or thyme. Parsley. Vide Chamberlayne.
Put this pot of * Wood's mettle
(Mark the doctrine I teach)
Thrice as long as you preach t :
* Of this compofition, see the Works of the Copperfarthing Dean. + Which we suppose to be near four hours.
ACIS AND GALATEA,
S E R E N A T A.
THE MUSIC BY MR. HANDEL.
PART THE FIRST.
A rural prospect, diversified with rocks, groves, and
a river. Acis and Galatea feated bi' a fountain. Chorus of nymphs and shepherds, distributed about the landicape ; and Polyphemus discovered fitting upon a mountain.
THE pleasure of the plains !
Happy nymphs and happy swains,
For us diftils the dew,
And Aowers display their hue :
For us the winters rain;
For us the summers fhine ;
Ye verdant plains, and woody mountains,
Too thin the fhadow of the grove,
Your thrilling strains
Awake my pains,
my Seeks she the groves, or bathès in crystal fountains ?