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Title: Choice emblems, divine and moral, antient and modern, or, Delights for the ingenious, in above fifty select emblems , curiously ingraven upon copper-plates : with fifty pleasant poems and lots, by way of lottery, for illustrating each emblem to promote instruction and good counsel by diverting recreation
Year: 1732 (1730s)
Authors: R. B., 1632?-1725?
Publisher: London : Printed for Edmund Parker …
Contributing Library: Getty Research Institute
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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d that both Shame and Want on them attends. Such like is their eftate, who (to appearHlch Men to others) do with inward Pain,A gladfome outward Port defire to bear,Tho* they at laft nor Wealth nor Credit gain.And fuch are all thofe^/y/crr/V^^, who ftrivcFalfe Hearts beneath Fair-fpoke-a-Words to hide :Por they oervail themfelves but with a Sive^Thro which their Purpofes at length are fpyd:And then they either wofully lamentTheir hriitijh Folly^ or fo hardened growIn finning, that they never can repent 5Kay, jeft and feoff at their own Overthrow. But no falfe Vail can ferve (when God will fmite^To fave a Scorner^ or an Hypocrite. Lot a 5 divine and Moral. l o iLot a5. TAke heed you do not quite forgetThat you are dancing in a Net>Many there are your JVays do fee,Altho you think unfeen you be. Your Faults we wil^ no nearei* touch jMethinks your Emblem blabs too much ^But if you mend what is amifs,You fhall be neer the worfe for this. F 5: Emblem XXVi: 102 Choice Emilemsy Emblem XXVI.
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