I'd be concern'd in no litigious jar;
Belov'd by all, not vainly popular.
Whate'er assistance I had pow'r to bring,
Toblige my country, or to serve my king,
Whene'er they call'd, I'd readily afford
My tongue, my pen, my counsel, or my sword---
If Hear'a a date of many years would give,
Thus I'd in pleasure, ease, and plenty, live-
And, when committed to the dust, I'd have
Yew tears, but friendly, dropp'd into my grave:
Then would my exit so propitious be,
Al men would wish to live and die like me.
PRINTED TOR J. BELL, BOOKSELLER TO HIS
THE PRINCE OF WALES.