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THE ART of POLITICKS,'
In Imitation of HORAC E's ART of POETRY.
By the Reverend Mr. Bramston. !TF to an human face fir James shou'd draw
I A horse's mane, and feathers of maccaw, A lady's bosom, and a tail of cod, Who could help laughing at a fight so odd? Juft such a monster, Sirs, pray think before ye, When you behold one man both Whig and Tory. Not more extravagant are drunkards dreams, Than Low-church politicks with High-church schemes.
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