Hudibras. the First (Second, Third) Part [By S. Butler]. Corrected and Amended, with Several Additions and Annotations

Hudibras. the First (Second, Third) Part [By S. Butler]. Corrected and Amended, with Several Additions and Annotations

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1709 edition. Excerpt: ...and Pistols: Their Husbands, Cullies, and Sweet-hearts, To take the Saints and Church's Parts 5 Drew fev'ral gifted Brethren in, That for the Bj/Sflpj would have been?!!. And fix'd 'em constant to the Party, With Motives powerful and hearty: 'jSL Their Husbands robb'd, and made hard shifts T' administer unto their Gifts All they could rap and rend, and pilfer, To Scraps and Ends of Gold and Silver 5 Rubb'd down the Teachers, tir'd and spent With holding forth for Parliament 3 Pamper'd and edify'd their Zeal With Marrovr-pudclings many a Meal 5 Enabled them with store of Meat, On controverted Points to eat 5 And cramm'd 'em till their Guts did ake, With Cawdle, Custard, and Plumb-cake. What have they done, or what left undone, That might advance the Cause at London.?-March'd arch'd Rank and File, with Drum and Ensign, entrench the City for Defence in ais'd Rampiers with their own soft Hands, ' a put the Enemy to stands 5 'om Ladies down to Oyfter-Wenches ibour'd like Pioneers in Trenches, ill to their Pick-Axes and Tools, nd help'd the Men to dig like Moles.? ave not the Handmaids of the City lose of their Members a Committee, raising of a Common Purse ut of their Wages to talk Horse'? nd do they not as Triers sit 0 judge what Officer s are fit? ave they r? At that an Zg let fly it him diredly o'er the Eye, nd running down his Cheek, besmear'd rith Orange tawny-flime his Beard 5 at Beard and Slime being of one Hue he Woimdthe less appear tl in view hen he that on the Piinniers rode et fly on t' other side a Load 3 F f a And And quickly chargM again, gave fully 'rL: In Ralpho's Face anothet Volley. The-Knight was startled with the Smell, . And for his Sword began to feel: And Ralpho, sinother'd with the stink, Grafp'd his $ when one that bore a...show more

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  • Paperback | 94 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 181g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236591682
  • 9781236591685