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P A N D E R.
M kept for pleafure, though I never

taste it.
For 'tis the usher's office, still to cover
His lady's private meetings with her
lover.

Marston's Insatiate Countess.

1. At best 'tis but a goodly pandarism. 2. Shrewd business. Thou child in thrift, thou fool of honesty ; Is't a disparagement for a gentleman, For friends of lower rank to do the offices Of necessary kindness without fee For one another; courtesies of course, Mirths of society; when petty mushrooms, Transplanted from their dunghills, spread on mountains, And pass for cedars, by their servile Aatteries On great mens vices -pander---th'art deceiv'd, The word includes preferment, -'tis a title of dignity, I could add somewhat more else. hy beauteous fifter like a precious tissue, VOL. III.

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P A N D E R.
M kept for pleasure, though I never

taste it.
For 'tis the usher's office, still to cover
His lady's private meetings with her
lover.

Marston's Insatiate Countess.

1. At best 'tis but a goodly pandarism. 2. Shrewd business. Thou child in thrift, thou fool of honesty ; Is't a disparagement for a gentleman, For friends of lower rank to do the offices Of necessary kindness without fee For one another; courtesies of course, Mirths of society; when petty mushrooms, Transplanted from their dunghills, spread on mountains, And pass for cedars, by their servile Aatteries

great mens vices? -panderth'art deceiv'd, The word includes preferment, 'tis a title of dignity, I could add somewhat more else. : hy beauteous fifter like a precious tissue, Vol. III.

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PAR
Not thap'd into a garment fit for wearing,
Wants the adornments of the workman's cunning
To let the richness of the price at view ;
Though in her self all wonder.

Yohn Ford's Fancy chaff and noble.

But you are
The squire of dames, devoted to the service
Of gamefome ladies; the hidden mystery
Discover'd, their close bawd : thy slavish breath
l'anning the fires of luft; the goe-between
This female, and that wanton fir : your art
Can blind a jealous husband, and disguis'd
Like a milliner, or shoemaker, convey
A letter in a pantoofle, or glove
Without suspicion ; nay, at his table,
In a case of pick-tooths : you instruct 'em how
To parley with their eyes, and make the temple
A mart of looseness. To discover all

Thy subtile brokages, were to teach in publick
Thóre private practices, which are in justice
Severely to be punishd.
Mallinger's Emperor of the East

. Pimps manage the great bus'ness o'th' nation, That is the heav'nly work of propagation !

Crown's Sir Courtly Nice. Р A R A S I TE. Ah, when the means are gone, that buy this praise, The breath is gone whereof this praise is made ! Feast-won, fall-loft : one cloud of winter-fhow'rs These flies are couch'd. 2. The swallow follows not Summer more willingly, than we your lordship. 1. Nor more willingly leaves winter : such summerBirds are men.

Shakespear's Timon May you a better feast never behold, You knot of mouth-friends: smoke, and luke-warm water Is your perfection, This is Timon's lall;

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