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M kept for pleasure, though I never

taste it.
For 'tis the usher's office, still to cover
His lady's private meetings with her
lover.

Marston's Insatiate Countess.

1. At best ’tis but a goodly pandarism. 2. Shrewd business. Thou child in thrift, thou fool of honesty ; Is't a disparagement for a gentleman, For friends of lower rank to do the offices Of necessary kindness without fee For one another; courtesies of course, Mirths of society ; when petty mushrooms, Transplanted from their dunghills, spread on mountains, And pass for cedars, by their servile Aatteries On great mens vices ? -pander

-th'art deceiv'd, The word includes preferment, 'tis a title 2f dignity, I could add somewhat more else. hy beauteous fifter like a precious tissue, VOL. III,

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P A N D E R.
M kept for pleasure, though I never

taste it.
For 'tis the usher's office, still to cover
His lady's private meetings with her
lover.

Marston's Insatiate Countess.

1. At best 'tis but a goodly pandarism. 2. Shrewd business. Thou child in thrift, thou fool of honesty ; Is't a disparagement for a gentleman, For friends of lower rank to do the offices Of necessary kindness without fee For one another; courtesies of course, Mirths of fociety; when petty mushrooms, Transplanted from their dunghills, spread on mountains, And pass for cedars, by their servile Aatteries great mens vices ? -pander

-th'art deceivd, The word includes preferment, -'tis a title of dignity, I could add somewhat more else. Shy beauteous fifter like a precious tissue, VOL. III,

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P AR
Not shap'd into a garment fit for wearing,
Wants the adornments of the workman's cunning
To set the richness of the price at view ;
Though in her self all wonder.

John Ford's Fancy chajt and noble.

But
The squire of dames, devoted to the service
Of gamesome ladies ; the hidden mystery
Discover'd, their close bawd : thy slavish breath
Fanning the fires of luft; the goe-between
'This female, and that wanton sir : your art
Can blind a jealous husband, and disguis'd
Like a milliner, or shoemaker, convey
A letter in a pantoofle, or glove
Without suspicion ; nay, at his table,
In a case of pick-tooths : you instruct 'em how
To parley with their eyes, and make the temple
A mart of looseness. To discover all
-Thy subtile brokages, were to teach in publick
Those private practices, which are in justice
Severely to be punish’d.

Mallinger's Emperor of the Eart.
Pimps manage the great bus’ness o’th’nation,
That is the heav'nly work of propagation !

Crown's Sir Courtly Nice. Р A R AS I TE. Ah, when the means are gone, that buy this praise, The breath is gone whereof this praise is made ! Feast-won, fast-loft : one cloud of winter-show'rs These flies are couch'd. 2. The swallow follows not Summer more willingly, than we your lordship. 1. Nor more willingly leaves winter : such summerBirds are men.

Shakespear's Timon. May you a better feast never behold, You knot of mouth-friends: smoke, and luke-warm water Is your perfection, This is Timon's last;

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