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EPIGRAM

1 A Friend of mine the other day,
2 Who has more grace than pelf,
3 When speaking of a sot, did pray,
4 Lord take him to thyself.
5 When turning quick, Eliza cries,
6 Indeed 'tis mighty odd;
7 A man you do yourself despise,
8 You think is fit for God.

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    Carmichael, Miss (Rebekah) (fl. 1790-1806). Poems. Edinburgh: Peter Hill, 1790, p. 87. 92p. (ESTC T104666) (Page images digitized from a copy at University of California Libraries — third-party rights apply.)

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