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Si qui promittit cives, urbem fibi cura, Jmperiumfore, to Italian, & delubra Deorum.
.n /rÆC E NAS, Atavis Edite Regibus,
Ufjl 0& PSÆSIBIUM & DUlCE DECl'S MEUM.
[ Anglice. ]
The Right Honourable
IS HUMBLY INSCRIBED,
His affectionate Friend,
Mottos and Quotations.
General Motto, in the Title.
IPromise faithsully to guard the State,
68 <■ What chains can bind
These various forms; this Proteus of the mind?
70 The man will surely fail who dares delay, And lose to-morrow that has lost to-day.
71 Puffing hard and making much ado about nothing.
72 Thus often while the body lies opprest
With heavy fleep, the mind seems loos'd from rest,
73 Some truths may be too strong to be believed.
74 At that poor bard you point, his presence hate: Sir, he haa wit 1 — But has he an estate?
75 They fly in the face of correction.
76 Within the grass conceal'd a serpent lies.
77 In the policy of monarchy the greatest matters are
efsected with the least virtue; fo in machines, the inventor employs as sew movements and wheels as possible.
78 That loves the shade, this tempts a stronger lights And challenges the critic's piercing fight.
Quotation from Juvenal.
A yellow hat, covering black hair. Vol. II. 79 When