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My Sons! (The answer'd) both have done your Live happy both, and long promote our Arts. [Parts: But hear a Mother, when she recommends To your fraternal Care, our sleeping Friends.
· The last Scene of the Poern (to keep to my dra. matick Parallel) which is to produce the Catastrophe,
* One of the first Projectors of the Royal Society, who among many enlarg’d and useful Nouions, entertaind the extravagant Hope of a Posibility to fly to the Moon 3. which has put some volatile Genius's upon making Wings for that Purpose
After having describ'd the endowing them with Impudence, Stupidity, Self-conceit, venal Interest, Degeneracy, Luxury, and affected Wisdom,
And now having gone over this poem in a general Manner, we beg to be more particular. Speaking of Dulness, he gives one more Push at the Laureat; Soft on her Lap her Laureat Son rcclines. And before we are advanc'd one hundred Lines in the Poem, Narcisus and his Flatterer are taken Notice of : .