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thought fit to be. omitted in the first Impref s1011, as these which follow ; Did not the Learned Glyn and Maynard, To make good Subjects Traitors ? strain hard, Was not the King by Proclamation, Declar'd a Traitor thro’the Nation ?
And now I beartily will I could gratifie your farther Curiosity with some of those Golden Remains, which are in the Cuftody of Mr. L-------vil; but nct having the Happpiness to be very well acquainted with him, nor Interest to procure them, I desire you will be content with the following copy, which the Ingenious Mr. Aubrey assures he had from the Author himself.
No Jefuit e'er took in Hand,
For had the Mexicans been poor,
The Oxford Antiquary ascribes to our Author two Pamphlets, supposed fallly, as he says, to be William Prin's. The one entitled, Mola Afinaria, Or, The Unreasonable and Insupportable Burthen, press’d upon the Shoulders of this Groaning Nation, Qoc. London, 1659, in one Sheet 4to. The other two Letters, one, from John Audland, a Quaker, tó Will. Pryn; the other, Pryn's. Answer, in three Sheets in Folio, 1672.
I have also seen a small Poem of one Sheet in Quarto, on Du Vall, a Notorious High-way-man, said to be wrote by our Author, but how truly, I know not.
Ables of Æsop and other Eminent Mytho
logists; with Morals and Reflections by Sir Roger L'Estrange, the 5th Edition, Corrected and Amended. Price 6 s.
Hudibras Redivivus, or a Burlesque Poem on the Times, the Second Edition ; to which is added an Apology and some other Improvements throughout the whole, Compleat, in 24 Parts. Price 12 s. Likewise the London Spy's Compleat, in 4 Vol. by the same Author;with his Effigies." Priče i l.
English Proverbs with Moral Reflections (in Imitation of Sir Roger L'Eftrange's Æsop) familiarly accoinmodated to the Humour and Manners of the present Age, the Second Edition; to which is added the Union Proverb, and several others never before Printed, by Oswald Dyke, Gent. formerly of Q. C. Oxon, and Amanuensis to Sir Roger L'Estrange. Price 5s.
The new Metamorphosis, or the pleasant Transformation, being the Golden Ass of Lucius Apuleius of Madaura, alter'dand Improved to the modern Times and Manners, exposing the secret Follies and Vices of Maids, Wives, and Widows, Nuns, Fryars, Jesuits, Statesmen, Courtiers, dic, written in Italian by Carlo Monte Socio, Fellow of the Academy of the Humoristi in Rome , and Translated from the Vatican Manuscript, in 2 Vol. with Cuts. Price IC S.
The ARGUMENT of the
Sir Hudibras his passing worth,
Hen civil Dudgeon first grew high,
And Men fell out they knew not why : When hard Words, Jealousies and Fears, Set Folks together by the Ears, And made them fight like mad or drunk, For Dame Religion as for Punk, B 2
Whose Honesty they all durft swear for,
A Wight he was, whose very light wou'd