1 IT blew an hard storm, and in utmost confusion
2 The sailors all hurried to get absolution;
3 Which done, and the weight of the sins they'd confess'd,
4 Was transfer'd, as they thought, from themselves to the priest
5 To lighten the ship, and conclude their devotion,
6 They toss'd the poor parson souse into the ocean.
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Title (in Source Edition): ABSOLUTION.
Author: William Taylor
Themes: religion; virtue; vice; trades; labour
References: DMI 27765
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Other works by William Taylor
- Another on the same Subject, written with more Judgment, but fewer good Manners. ()
- The BREWER'S Coachman. ()
- The DROPSICAL MAN. ()
- FEMALE CAUTION. ()
- GRACE and NATURE. ()
- HULL ALE. ()
- The MISTAKE. ()
- PENANCE. ()
- A very gallant Copy of VERSES, (but somewhat silly) upon the Ladies, and their fine Cloaths at a Ball. ()