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A rife, quoth flie we are undone^ \this night we lodged have, At unawares within our houfe,a falfe dtffembling knave ; Rife4msband, rife, he'i cut our throates*he calleth for his mates, /Ide give old Willoxx good Cade lamb,he would depart our gates.

Sevimli hind aktrisalarimiz pardoz bo‘yoqlarisiz aslida qanday ko‘rinishga ega? Tog‘ri, ular orasida tabiiy chiroy egalari ham mavjud.

Ammo tinimsiz pardoz qilish oqibatida ularning makiyajsiz asl qiyofasi ham insonlarni hayratga solishi mumkin. “Onangni otangga bepardoz ko‘rsatma ” deganlaridek, ayollarga pardoz-andoz kerak deb hisoblaysizmi?

King, truce I cry quoth Alfred then,good fliepherd hold thy hand, A fturdier fellow than thy felflives not within this land.

Nor a luftier Roifter than thou art,the churlilh fliepherd faid, Jo tell thee plain thy thievifh looks,now makes my heart afraid |Elfefure thou art fome prodigal Which haft confum'd thy ftore, And now com'ft wandring in this placeto rob and fteal for more: Deem not of me then quoth our Kinggood (hepherd in this fort, A Gentleman well known I amin good King Alfred's Court-The Devil thou art, the (hepherd faid,thou goeft in rags all torn, JThou rather feem'ft I think to be,fome beggar bafely born ; But if thou wilt me&d thy eftate,and here a fliepherd be, At night to Gillian my fweet wifethou malt go home with me.

the Owm$ 130Now to you ye dry Wooers 141Now dry up thy Tears 19^Never figh, but think of^iffwg 2 34Jtft w Pyramids raife 2 ~ 6No, no poor fuffering Heart 7UNow% now the Queen's Health 2 \ *OOF late in the Pari, a fair Fancy 18Of Old Soldiers the Song you would hear 21One Mom as lately Mufing 4!

Oh how you protefl and fo'ientnly fware 98On Brandon Heath in fight of 129Oh I my Panting, Panting Heart 369An Alphabetical Cleonice thy Garland tear I12Tray now John let Jug prevail 15*phiflis lay a fide your thinking 241Pifh fie, you're I(ude% Sir^ 242Phi Qis, 1 can ne'er forgive it 11RREtire Old Mifer and learn to be 24$SSMiling Phl Uis has an Air 4$Since Cadia only has the Art 73Some brag of their Chloris and/ome of 84Seet Sirs% fee beref a Voftor rare, 89Spare mighty Love, 0/pare, a Slav* 128Swain thy hopelefs Faffionfmother 14$Since now the World's tunfd upfide down 146She met with a Country Man 191Say Cruel Amoret, how long 244Such command o'er my Fate 246Sing mighty Marlborough's/fory 33$TThere lives an Ale* draper near 24The caffateer was gone 44the Devil he pull'd off his facket 5 5Take not the firft refufal III 138The folly* Jolly Breeze 161Thefo Oy, folly Bowl ib.7b meet her Mars, the Queen of love 167Then welcome from Vigo 18 s The World's a Bubble 194Through the coldjhady Woods 199Thus Damon knock'd at Cxlh's Zw$ 204There's not a Swain on th Plain 248%Tis a Foolijh tniflale 250There is a thing which in the Lights 252Te B me why fo long you try me 255Tormenting Beauty leave my Breafi 254Tell me, tell me Charming Fair 266. fo I^ingjjgone to Oxon Town 279 a The Fourth VOLUME, The King and the Shepherd, and Gillian the Shep-herd's Wife,' with her chnrlijh artfwer to the King. IN Elder time there watof Yore*when guides of churl Uh glee, Were us'd among our Country Eatfeithough no fueh thing now be.*{The which King Alfni liking well,forfook his (htely Court, And in difguire unknown went forth,to fee that jovial fport. /V^and Tom in clouted fhooniand coats of rujffet gray, Efteem'd themfelves more brave than tltftff;that wens in golden jay $ In & Tills to Vurge Melancholy In garments fit for fuch a life,the good King Alfred went,'Ail ragg'd and torn as from his backthe beggar his cloaths had rear.m [A fword and buckler good and ftron jf,to give Jack fauce a rap,'And on his head inftead of Crown,he wore a Monmouth cap.

Thus coafting through Somerfet/hire,near Newton Court he met, A fliepherd fwain of luftj limb, That up and down did jet: He wore a bonnet of good gray*clofe buttoned to his chin,f And at his back a leather fcrip,with much good meat therein*God fpeed good fliepherd, quoth the King, I come to be thy gueft,3Totaft of thy good viftualshere,and drink that's of the beft : LThy fcrip I know hath cheer good then the fliepherd faid ?

prhou feem'ft to be Tome fturdy thief,and mak'ft me fore afraid,fjfet if thou wilt thy dinner winthe fword and buckler take, And if thou canft into my fcriptherewith an entrance make, I tell thee, Roifter, it hath ftofc,of beef and bacon fat, With fhieves of barly bread to makethy chaps to water at; Her e ftands my bottle here my bag,ifthoucanit winth Roifter, Againft the fword and buckler herem Y (heephook is my mafter. be faid,|fhat Alfred of the ftiepherds hookwiljftand a v^itafraid; Tills to Targe Me Umhotj4Se Toundly thus they both fell to't,and giving bang for bang, At cyery blow the Lepherd gave King Alfreds fword cry'd twang*His buckler prov'd his chicfeft fencefor ftill the {facpherds hook, Was that the which King Alfred couldin no good manner brook; At laft when they had fought four hours,and it grew juft mid-day, And wearied both with right goodwilldefir'd each others flay.

His wages fhail befall ten groatsfor fervice of a year, Yet was it not his ufe old Ladto hire a man fo dear.

For did the King Mmfelf (quoth he junto my cottage come, He (houldnot for a 12 months payreceive a greater fum. $r the clovrtuih jeft, Bow filly fots as euftom is ..,iodifcant at the beftt g Tills to Purge Melamhol/JBut not to fpoil the foolifli fporthe was content good King*To fit the fhepherd^s humour rightin every kind of thing.

Fitted to all Humours, having each theirproper T U N E for either Voice, or Inftrument, The Second Edition with Additions. 207MMarriage it feems is for better for worfc 39Mundunga was as feat atfade 110My Dear Covinnagive me leave 132May her bleft Example chafe 233My Dear and only Love take heed 259Mortals learn your Lives to meafure * 2S9M irtiilo whilfh you Patch your Face 301Mars vow is Arming 325Marlborough j a brave Commander 3 35111 Now the Ground is hard Fro^e and 72Nayptfb\ naypifh, sir, roht ails you, 82Not noev'ry Morning my Beauties renew, 107Now my Freedom's regain'd and by 108No Phillls tho'you've a B.

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