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lost myself when first I view'd,
Fair Jenny's charming face ;
My stubborn heart by love subdu'd,
Began to melt a pace :
Tho' beauty's charms it did withstand,
Unconquer'd, oft before:
Yet now it yields, beyond command,
To worship and adore.
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The bravest heart that ever grac'd
The breast of mankind here,
Would quickly find itself embrac'd,
Should Jenny but appear:
The gods themselves (whom heaven greets)
Would soon descend below,
Ever to revel in the sweets
Which Jenny does bestow.

3.
No wonder, then, the passive heart
Of mortal man gives way
To charms, which love to gods impart,
Who in their turns obey;
And own, that ne'er was woman scep,

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have set fire to Strokhof, and to all the
gardens and houses in the neighbour-
hood where the Pandours, who guard-
ed the advanced posts, held their bac-
chanals.
Since the 19th, the rest of our hea-
vy artillery is arrived, and our men
workincessantly on the batteries, which
are all cover'd with ramparts and re-
doubts. The furious sally which the
enemy made in the night between the
23d and 24th, is a striking proof that
this precaution was of the utmost im-
portance. This fally deserves parti-
cular mention in the history of the
fiege of Prague, and I shall therefore
finish my letter with an account of it.
On the 23d, about 11 o'clock at
night, a deserter came over from the
city, and acquainted the Pr. of Prus-
fia that the Austrians were about to at-
tack him with 12, ooo men of which
number he was one. and found means
to desert after they had come out of
the city, and while they were waiting
for orders to march: Upon receipt of
this intelligence proper measures were
taken, and the troops were put into a
posure of defence. At the same time the
enemy came on with the greatest part
of their cavalry, all their grenadiers,
Pandours, and Hungarian infantry, to

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