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OF

POLITE LITERATURE.

In FIVE VOLUMES.

VOL. II. PART. II.

LON DION,
Printed for G. BURNiT, at Bishop Burnet's Head,
in the Strand, MDCCLXIV.

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OF

Polite LITERATURE,

VOLUME II. PART II.

SECT. II. continued.

Of SATIRE.

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6. NE judges as the weather dictates ; right

A poem is at noon, and wrong at night; Another judges by a furer gage, An author's principles, or parentage; Since his great ancestors in Flanders fell,

doubtless must be written well. Another judges by the writer's look, Another judges for he bought the book; Some judge, their knack of judging wrong to keep; Some judge because it is too soon to sleep. +

The poem

# Sat. 2.

+ Sat. 3.

VOL. II. PART II.

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