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p. 85, 1. 31.

So shew'd her own. 1729 omits this and the next four lines. p. 85, 1. 36. To th' whoring. 1729 has “Next to . !” and writes incog. p. 85, l. 39. ramping Nymph. 1729 notes: Europa. p. 86, 1. 6. Guinnys. 1729: Guineas. p. 86, 1. 7. Meer Whore. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 86, 1. 16. With her he did not. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 86, 1. 18. Heav’nly Ruffan. 1729 notes: Mars. p. 86, l. 35. (As Francion). 1729: (Like Francion), and notes: In the Romance

of Francion. p. 87, l. 13. And left they. 1729 omits this couplet. v p. 87, l. 15. white-breech'd. 1729 notes: Alluding to Homer's Epithets, white

arm'd Juno, etc. p. 87, 1. 34. no true man would grutch. 1729: would the Sentence grutch. p. 87, 1. 35. Her sure the sentence. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 87, l. 37. Of fore-fight. 1729: And Juno fage of Sense. p. 88, 1. 3. And had bestow'd. 1729 alters these four lines thus:

Tho' she had favour more than that came to,

For cunning Artist cross'd her Legs, that so p. 88, 1. 11. For there was left. 1729 omits this and the following five lines. p. 88, l. 21. But such as our bright Amazons. 1729 omits this and the following

five lines. p. 88, 1. 37. Estrich. 1729: Ostrich. p. 88, 1. 38. And (as for Juno's). 1729 omits these four lines. p. 89, 1. 11. But strait. 1729 omits. p. 89, I. 14. The sole unfeigned. 1729 omits these three lines. p. 89, 1. 38. heav'nly Apparition. 1729: this blest Apparition. p. 90, l. 12.

So Gods and him. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 90, 1. 36. thinking. 1729: who thought. p. 91, 1. 17. Alas, when I'm on Fire. 1729 omits this line. p. 91, l. 20. We are but Paper. 1729 omits these four lines. p. 91, 1. 32. And four-legg'd. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 91, 1. 40. Nay when Whip. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 92, l. 5. More generous. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 92, l. 9. But such as ne'er. 1729 omits these three lines. p. 92, l. 19. and then. 1729: and strait. p. 92, l. 20. By force of Arms. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 92, l. 24. And of remorse. 1729: Nay, of remorse. p. 92, l. 27. As if Butter. 1729 omits “if” and inserts “fair,” “ fair mouth.” p. 92, 1. 36. And while she. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 93, 1. 4. responsible. 1729: responserable. P. 93, l. 19. As you, because you fee. 1729 omits this and the following seven lines. p. 93, 1. 33. Which rais’d up lower. 1729 omits these three lines. p. 93, 1. 40. But she good-natur’d Maid. For these five lines 1729 substitutes:

self (quoth he) had kept my Fist,
Had you but kept your Tongue so when you kist.

I to my

p. 94, l. 2. Catso, quoth Hero. 1729: Indeed? quoth Hero.
p. 94, l. 18. Therefore but for your satisfaction. 1729 omits this couplet.
p. 94, I. 24. For tears. 1729 omits this couplet.
p. 94, 1. 39. For all your pains. 1729 omits this couplet.
p. 94, 1. 41. For now not one. 1729:

No Lady now. P. 95, 1. 30. For plaguy. 1729 omits this and the following four lines. p. 95, l. 39. And none cou'd touch. 1729 omits this couplet. P. 96, 1. 20. Though he had all. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 96, 1. 22. As he stalk'd on sometimes. 1729: Whether, as he stalk'd on. p. 96, 1. 28. 'Till Emmet. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 96, 1. 32. Or in her murmuring. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 97, l. 13. But ere the drawling. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 97, 1. 15. But first. 1729: 'Twas then. p. 97, 1. 29. Bawdy work. 1729: Union-work. p. 97, l. 40. Nor unprepar'd. 1729 omits this line. p. 98, 1. 3. As those who can't. 1729 omits this line. p. 98, 1. 8. Blanquet. 1729: Blanket. p. 98, 1. 12. Lover had taʼne out. 1729: Lover swallow'd had. P. 98, 1. 23. Apple-pie. For these three lines 1729 reads. Gingerbread, Custard,

Prunes of her own stewing. p. 98, 1. 31. And when she had. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 98, 1. 39. But she unfortunate. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 98, 1. 41. lewd Expectation. 1729: her Expectation. p. 99, 1. 7. And then let her. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 99, 1. 22.

out's new Alliance. 1729: As well as he cou'd, he made out his

Alliance. p. 99, 1. 25. And for his own. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 100, 1. 8. And jealous man. 1729 omits this couplet. p. 100, l. 10.

To this. 1729: She said. p. 100, l. 13. All the World knows. For this line 1729 reads: She was as good

(confound her) as her word. p. 100, l. 17. When he was to return. 1729: Then to return by fav’ring Candle

light. p. 100, l. 20. As he, and Hero. 1729 omits this and the following thirteen lines. P. 100, 1. 34. But through the huffing. 1729: One Night, when all the surly p. 100, 1. 40. On watry hills. 1729 omits this and the following five lines. p. 101, l. 9. Mean while. 1729 omits this and the following five lines. p. 101, l. 16. Was fain to use. 1729: The Lover us’d. p. 101, l. 25. Yet sneering Fate. 1729 omits this and the following three lines p. 101, 1. 35. dream'd of Flowers. 1729: dream'd of Roses. P. 102, l. 15. hasty Lover. 1729: hasty Reader.

Miscellany Poems

p. 4.

P. 4.

p. 12.

a Bubble. A cully; a dupe. So in The Country-Wife, II, Alithea tells

Sparkish he has been described as “ A common Bubble.”
Young Lusty Whore-Masters. So Dryden in a letter, 12 December, 1693,

to Walsh, speaking of Congreve's The Double-Dealer, writes: “ The
gentlemen are offended with him for the discovery of their folleyes;
and the way of their Intrigues, under the notion of Friendship to their

Ladyes Husbands.”
grutch. Grudge. A frequent term. Cf. The Way of the World, IV, where

Sir Wilfull bawls out: “ 'Sheart an you grutch me your Liquor, make a
Bill.” Also Crowne's The History of Charles the Eighth of France, pro-
duced early in December, 1671, being the first new play given at Dorset
Garden, V, where Isabella says:

No Millane,
Grutch not the love thy widow to him bears.

p. 26.

p. 28.

To the Duke of B-Parliament had been prorogued for fifteen months

in November, 1675, and as soon as it met on 15 February, 1677, the Duke of Buckingham, quoting an obsolete statute of Edward III, raised the question whether the House was not dissolved. The King, who was naturally much incensed at this insolence, on the next day committed to the Tower, Buckingham together with his supporters, Shaftesbury, Wharton, and Salisbury. In the following July Buckingham was released on parole for a month, and presently, owing, as it is said, to the influence of Nell Gwyn, his enlargement was made permanent.

Wycherley's sympathy is misdirected. a Bawd, call'd 3. C-Jenny Cromwell, a notorious procuress of the

day. Cf. The epilogue to Lee's Gloriana, or the Court of Augustus Caesar,
produced at Drury Lane in January, 1675–6 (4to, 1676), spoken by
Joe Haines :

We'll deal with you, Gallants, in your own way,
And treat you like those Punks that love for pay;
Cartwright and I, dress'd like two thundring Whores,
With Rods will stand behind the Play-house Doors,
And firk ye up each Day to Pleasures duly,

As Jenny Cromwell does, or Betty Buly.
Betty Buly, “who began the Trade but newly,” is mentioned in the
extravaganza which burlesques Macbeth, and is printed as the Epilogue
to Duffett's skit The Empress of Morocco, produced at Drury Lane in the
spring of 1674. She lived in Durham Yard.

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