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VERSE 137. This China jordan, &c.) virg. Hen. s. Tertius, JArgolica hac galea contentus abito. VERSE ibid, This China jordan. In the games of Homer I. 23. there are set together as prizes, a Lady and a Kettle ; as in this place." Mrs. Haywood and a Jordan. But there the preference in value is giyen to the Kettle, at which Mad Dacier is justly displeas'd: Mrs. H. here is treated with distinétion, and acknowledg'd to be the more valuable of the two. VERSE 163. This on his manly confidense relies, That on his vigor.] Virg. Æn. 5. Ille melior motu, fretusque juventa, Hic membris & mole valens

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