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Culture fans will be at home with the district's offerings of Museums, including a Botanical Garden displaying the most amazing floral showcase of the continent.

The district also contains Ciudad Salitre, the best planned residential zone of the city where upper middle class and some of the upper class of the city has its residency; this part of the city offers a very good mix of services, residence and infrastructure.

Parque de la 9. Milenio's station, Av. There you will find a plaza surrounded by all kinds of cheap stores selling different types of goods, from clothes to food and pets.

If you do go, do not neglect your personal objects. The main square is the meeting point of the area where you can find pretty nice restaurants and bars and located just a few blocks north of Centro Comercial Santa Barbara.

But walk around and find more great places to eat and drink. It serves as a hub to connect with outer destinations north from the city, which include many attractions within nearby towns.

On Sundays there is an excellent market that takes over the whole area as streets are closed for market stalls and street performers occupy the square.

Other districts include: Bosa, Engativ. El Dorado is also the third busiest airport in Latin America and the largest by cargo movement.

South America: Aerol. Caribbean: Cubana de Aviacion Havana. Colombia is a low cost airline, that has began to fly to several international destinations like Panama City, Quito and Lima.

Domestic flights are served by many airlines including. Some domestic flights of Avianca are served from the Puente Aereo terminal, next to El Dorado terminal, and features Wi.

Fi access to the Internet from almost every location. There are more than 2. Cali and more than 1. Taxis are regulated, reasonably priced and safe from the airport.

To get from airport into the city there are a couple of options. Regulated taxis. You first have to search for a stand where you will have to point out your destination and then they will print out a ticket indicating the price you will have pay.

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January 30, An Introduction To Neurology. An Unexpected Legacy. An Unnamed Acquaintance. Sheridan had a country house. She died the January following.

Ovid, "Metam. I never thought A priest would please your palate; Besides, I'll hold a groat He'll put you in a ballad; Where I shall see your faces, On paper daub'd so foul, They'll be no more like graces, Than Venus like an owl.

And we shall take you rather To be a midnight pack Of witches met together, With Beelzebub in black. It fills my heart with woe, To think such ladies fine Should be reduced so low, To treat a dull divine.

Be by a parson cheated! Had you been cunning stagers, You might yourselves be treated By captains and by majors.

See how corruption grows, While mothers, daughters, aunts, Instead of powder'd beaux, From pulpits choose gallants. If we, who wear our wigs With fantail and with snake, Are bubbled thus by prigs; Zds!

I'd wear a gown. Then leave him to his birch;[3] And at the Rose on Sunday, The parson safe at church, I'll treat you with burgundy.

Sheridan was a schoolmaster. Because to write you know As much as you can fight. For compliment so scurvy, I wish we had you here; We'd turn you topsy-turvy Into a mug of beer.

You thought to make a farce on The man and place we chose; We're sure a single parson Is worth a hundred beaux. And you would make us vassals, Good Mr.

Because around your cane A ring of diamonds is set; And you, in some by-lane, Have gain'd a paltry grisette; Shall we, of sense refined, Your trifling nonsense bear, As noisy as the wind, As empty as the air?

We hate your empty prattle; And vow and swear 'tis true, There's more in one child's rattle, Than twenty fops like you.

I smell your gown and cassock, As strong upon your back, As Tisdall[1] smells of a sock. To write such scurvy stuff!

Fine ladies never do't; I know you well enough, And eke your cloven foot. Fine ladies, when they write, Nor scold, nor keep a splutter: Their verses give delight, As soft and sweet as butter.

But Satan never saw Such haggard lines as these: They stick athwart my maw, As bad as Suffolk cheese. William Tisdall, a clergyman in the north of Ireland, who had paid his addresses to Mrs.

He is several times mentioned in the Journal to Stella, and is not to be confused with another Tisdall or Tisdell, whom Swift knew in London, also mentioned in the Journal.

Though pox or itch your skins enrich With rubies past the telling, 'Twill clear your skin before you've been A month at Ballyspellin.

If lady's cheek be green as leek When she comes from her dwelling, The kindling rose within it glows When she's at Ballyspellin.

The sooty brown, who comes from town, Grows here as fair as Helen; Then back she goes, to kill the beaux, By dint of Ballyspellin.

We men submit as they think fit, And here is no rebelling: The reason's plain; the ladies reign, They're queens at Ballyspellin.

By matchless charms, unconquer'd arms, They have the way of quelling Such desperate foes as dare oppose Their power at Ballyspellin.

Cold water turns to fire, and burns I know, because I fell in A stream, which came from one bright dame Who drank at Ballyspellin.

No politics, no subtle tricks, No man his country selling: We eat, we drink; we never think Of these at Ballyspellin.

The troubled mind, the puff'd with wind, Do all come here pell-mell in; And they are sure to work their cure By drinking Ballyspellin.

Though dropsy fills you to the gills, From chin to toe though swelling, Pour in, pour out, you cannot doubt A cure at Ballyspellin.

Death throws no darts through all these parts, No sextons here are knelling; Come, judge and try, you'll never die, But live at Ballyspellin.

Except you feel darts tipp'd with steel, Which here are every belle in: When from their eyes sweet ruin flies, We die at Ballyspellin.

Good cheer, sweet air, much joy, no care, Your sight, your taste, your smelling, Your ears, your touch, transported much Each day at Ballyspellin.

Within this ground we all sleep sound, No noisy dogs a-yelling; Except you wake, for Celia's sake, All night at Ballyspellin. There all you see, both he and she, No lady keeps her cell in; But all partake the mirth we make, Who drink at Ballyspellin.

Howe'er you flounce, I here pronounce, Your medicine is repelling; Your water's mud, and sours the blood When drunk at Ballyspellin.

Those pocky drabs, to cure their scabs, You thither are compelling, Will back be sent worse than they went, From nasty Ballyspellin.

Llewellyn why? No subject fit to try your wit, When you went colonelling: But dull intrigues 'twixt jades and teagues, You met at Ballyspellin.

Our lasses fair, say what you dare, Who sowins[2] make with shelling, At Market-hill more beaux can kill, Than yours at Ballyspellin.

Would I was whipt, when Sheelah stript, To wash herself our well in, A bum so white ne'er came in sight At paltry Ballyspellin.

Your mawkins there smocks hempen wear; Of Holland not an ell in, No, not a rag, whate'er your brag, Is found at Ballyspellin.

But Tom will prate at any rate, All other nymphs expelling: Because he gets a few grisettes At lousy Ballyspellin.

There's bonny Jane, in yonder lane, Just o'er against the Bell inn; Where can you meet a lass so sweet, Round all your Ballyspellin?

We have a girl deserves an earl; She came from Enniskellin; So fair, so young, no such among The belles of Ballyspellin. How would you stare, to see her there, The foggy mists dispelling, That cloud the brows of every blowse Who lives at Ballyspellin!

Now, as I live, I would not give A stiver or a skellin, To towse and kiss the fairest miss That leaks at Ballyspellin. Whoe'er will raise such lies as these Deserves a good cudgelling: Who falsely boasts of belles and toasts At dirty Ballyspellin.

My rhymes are gone to all but one, Which is, our trees are felling; As proper quite as those you write, To force in Ballyspellin.

The mutual irritation soon passed, and the Dean and Sheridan resumed their intimate friendship.

It is made of oatmeal, and sometimes of the shellings of oats; and known by the names of sowins or flummery. SIR, When I left you, I found myself of the grape's juice sick; I'm so full of pity I never abuse sick; And the patientest patient ever you knew sick; Both when I am purge-sick, and when I am spew-sick.

I pitied my cat, whom I knew by her mew sick: She mended at first, but now she's anew sick. Captain Butler made some in the church black and blue sick.

Dean Cross, had he preach'd, would have made us all pew-sick. Are not you, in a crowd when you sweat and you stew, sick?

Lady Santry got out of the church[3] when she grew sick, And as fast as she could, to the deanery flew sick. Miss Morice was I can assure you 'tis true sick: For, who would not be in that numerous crew sick?

Such music would make a fanatic or Jew sick, Yet, ladies are seldom at ombre or loo sick. Nor is old Nanny Shales,[4] whene'er she does brew, sick.

My footman came home from the church of a bruise sick, And look'd like a rake, who was made in the stews sick: But you learned doctors can make whom you choose sick: And poor I myself was, when I withdrew, sick: For the smell of them made me like garlic and rue sick, And I got through the crowd, though not led by a clew, sick.

Yet hoped to find many for that was your cue sick; But there was not a dozen to give them their due sick, And those, to be sure, stuck together like glue sick.

So are ladies in crowds, when they squeeze and they screw, sick; You may find they are all, by their yellow pale hue, sick; So am I, when tobacco, like Robin, I chew, sick.

He died in Patrick's Cathedral, where the music on St. Cecilia's day was usually performed. If I write any more, it will make my poor Muse sick.

This night I came home with a very cold dew sick, And I wish I may soon be not of an ague sick; But I hope I shall ne'er be like you, of a shrew sick, Who often has made me, by looking askew, sick.

Patrick's did spew sick: And made all the rest of the folks in the pew sick, The surgeon who bled her his lancet out drew sick, And stopp'd the distemper, as being but new sick.

The yacht, the last storm, had all her whole crew sick; Had we two been there, it would have made me and you sick: A lady that long'd, is by eating of glue sick; Did you ever know one in a very good Q sick?

I'm told that my wife is by winding a clew sick; The doctors have made her by rhyme[1] and by rue sick. There's a gamester in town, for a throw that he threw sick, And yet the whole trade of his dice he'll pursue sick; I've known an old miser for paying his due sick; At present I'm grown by a pinch of my shoe sick, And what would you have me with verses to do sick?

Send rhymes, and I'll send you some others in lieu sick. Of rhymes I have plenty, And therefore send twenty.

Answered the same day when sent, Nov. I desire you will carry both these to the Doctor together with his own; and let him know we are not persons to be insulted.

I was at Howth to-day, and staid abroad a-visiting till just now. Tuesday Evening, Nov. You must get fourteen more, To make up thirty-four: But, if me you can conquer, I'll own you a strong cur.

I'll do my best, To send the rest; Without a jest, I'll stand the test. These lines that I send you, I hope you'll peruse sick; I'll make you with writing a little more news sick; Last night I came home with drinking of booze sick; My carpenter swears that he'll hack and he'll hew sick.

An officer's lady, I'm told, is tattoo sick; I'm afraid that the line thirty-four you will view sick.

I could write a dozen more; You see I've mounted thirty-four. Swift, at the bottom of Dr. Helsham's twenty lines; and the following fourteen were afterwards added on the same paper.

These, to your lordship, as a friend, 'Till you have built, I freely lend: They'll serve your lordship for a shift; Why not as well as Doctor Swift?

I often tried in vain to find A simile[2] for womankind, A simile, I mean, to fit 'em, In every circumstance to hit 'em.

For who can tell at what they aim? Clouds weep, as they do, without pain; And what are tears but women's rain? My guess is more often than not is a Windows machine infected with some sort of malware.

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It is a city that caters to a population that has been exposed to European and North American influences, which ensures that anything from traditional dishes Ajiaco to sushi or fast food restaurants can be found.

It's one of the most modern and metropolitan cities of South America and the world. Bogota is divided into 4 sections: The South which is mainly the poorer section of the city; El Centro, which translates "Center", is the city's original Downtown and hosts most of its traditional heritage locations, city and public offices, and financial headquarters.

El Occidente, which is home to Bogota's major sporting venues and outdoor parks, as well as residence areas for mainly middle and some upper class living; and The North which is where most modern development has taken place, and combines many upscale living spaces with affluent shopping centres, boutiques, cafes, nightclubs, and many new business neighbourhoods offering headquarters to many multinational corporations.

During the last decades, due to the city's exponential growth, some of neighboring towns have been absorbed and are now considered within the metropolitan area of Greater Bogot.

Orientation[edit]The city of Bogot. Districts, and every visit to this city should include touring at least three or four of them, depending on the purpose and extent of one's travel.

The must- see Districts are. La Candelaria: The colonial district is officially the first neighborhood of Bogot. Colombia's capital city was founded here in 1.

Spanish conquistador Gonzalo Jim. The next year, authorities re- founded the city a few blocks away at what is now known as the Plaza de Bol.

Because the city expanded west and north, La Candelaria retained much of its colonial atmosphere. The neighborhood is full of cobblestone streets and centuries- old houses.

It is now a tourist attraction and university district, as well as the site of Colombia's government. Here you'll find most of the public buildings, both from the City and the Country's government.

Historical squares, 4. In a city famous for its wild traffic, you'll really enjoy the walks that can be had around El Nogal, La Cabrera and Chic.

Begin at Carrera 7a around streets 7. Parque 9. Along the way, you will find tree- lined narrow streets, personality- ridden shops and boutiques, and eccentric dining alternatives.

Don't hesitate in stopping for a world famous coffee in any location, and zip your way through all the bars and clubs surrounding the Zona Rosa.

Make it through to the beautiful green park of Virrey and walk down its creek for a breath of fresh air. By the time you reach the 9.

Between the Calle 6. Calle 4. It's also home to many alternative clothing stores as well as stores that have all kinds of music equipment on offer.

Housed in calle 5. Theatron de Pelicula - that offers place for up to 6. Between Calle 6. Carrera 7 and Carrera 3 you can find the Zona G G for Gourmet where you can find the most prestigious and posh restaurants of the city covering a large range of cuisines with corresponding expensive prices.

El Salitre makes for a unique sightseeing experience with its ample offerings in public venues for Sports and Outdoor activities.

Here sports fans will find the Football Soccer Stadium, the Olympic Water Complex biggest and most modern of South America , and the city's league venues for all sorts of disciplines like tennis, track and field, basketball, volleyball and bowling all within walking distance of each other.

Outdoor fans will find the city's biggest Public Park Sim. Culture fans will be at home with the district's offerings of Museums, including a Botanical Garden displaying the most amazing floral showcase of the continent.

The district also contains Ciudad Salitre, the best planned residential zone of the city where upper middle class and some of the upper class of the city has its residency; this part of the city offers a very good mix of services, residence and infrastructure.

Parque de la 9. Milenio's station, Av. There you will find a plaza surrounded by all kinds of cheap stores selling different types of goods, from clothes to food and pets.

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But walk around and find more great places to eat and drink. It serves as a hub to connect with outer destinations north from the city, which include many attractions within nearby towns.

On Sundays there is an excellent market that takes over the whole area as streets are closed for market stalls and street performers occupy the square.

Other districts include: Bosa, Engativ. El Dorado is also the third busiest airport in Latin America and the largest by cargo movement.

South America: Aerol. Caribbean: Cubana de Aviacion Havana. A prayer-book, which he seldom handles A save-all and two farthing candles.

A smutty ballad, musty libel, A Burgersdicius[2] and a Bible. Item, if I am not much mistaken, A mouse-trap with a bit of bacon.

A candlestick without a snuffer, Whereby his fingers often suffer. Two odd old shoes I should not skip here, Each strapless serves instead of slippers, And chairs a couple, I forgot 'em, But each of them without a bottom.

Thus I in rhyme have comprehended His goods, and so my schedule's ended. He was one of those logicians that Swift so disliked.

John Overton, , a dealer in mezzotints. Take those iambics which I wrote, When anger made me piping hot, And give them to your cook, To singe your fowl, or save your paste The next time when you have a feast; They'll save you many a book.

To burn them, you are not content; I give you then my free consent, To sink them in the harbour; If not, they'll serve to set off blocks, To roll on pipes, and twist in locks; So give them to your barber.

Or, when you next your physic take, I must entreat you then to make A proper application; 'Tis what I've done myself before, With Dan's fine thoughts and many more, Who gave me provocation.

What cannot mighty anger do? It makes the weak the strong pursue, A goose attack a swan; It makes a woman, tooth and nail, Her husband's hands and face assail, While he's no longer man.

Though some, we find, are more discreet, Before the world are wondrous sweet, And let their husbands hector: But when the world's asleep, they wake, That is the time they choose to speak: Witness the curtain lecture.

Such was the case with you, I find: All day you could conceal your mind; But when St. Patrick's chimes Awaked your muse, my midnight curse, When I engaged for better for worse, You scolded with your rhymes.

Have done! I quit the field, To you as to my wife, I yield: As she must wear the breeches: So shall you wear the laurel crown, Win it and wear it, 'tis your own; The poet's only riches.

BY DR. Because hot weather makes me lazy, To write in metre is more easy. While you are trudging London town, I'm strolling Dublin up and down; While you converse with lords and dukes, I have their betters here, my books: Fix'd in an elbow-chair at ease, I choose companions as I please.

I'd rather have one single shelf Than all my friends, except yourself; For, after all that can be said, Our best acquaintance are the dead.

While you're in raptures with Faustina;[1] I'm charm'd at home with our Sheelina. While you are starving there in state, I'm cramming here with butchers' meat.

You say, when with those lords you dine, They treat you with the best of wine, Burgundy, Cyprus, and Tokay; Why, so can we, as well as they.

No reason then, my dear good Dean, But you should travel home again. What though you mayn't in Ireland hope To find such folk as Gay and Pope; If you with rhymers here would share But half the wit that you can spare, I'd lay twelve eggs, that in twelve days, You'd make a dozen of Popes and Gays.

Our weather's good, our sky is clear; We've every joy, if you were here; So lofty and so bright a sky Was never seen by Ireland's eye!

I think it fit to let you know, This week I shall to Quilca go; To see M'Faden's horny brothers First suck, and after bull their mothers; To see, alas!

To see what all the country sees! My stunted quicks, my famish'd beeves, My servants such a pack of thieves; My shatter'd firs, my blasted oaks, My house in common to all folks, No cabbage for a single snail, My turnips, carrots, parsneps, fail; My no green peas, my few green sprouts; My mother always in the pouts; My horses rid, or gone astray; My fish all stolen or run away; My mutton lean, my pullets old, My poultry starved, the corn all sold.

My wine will inspire you with joy and delight, 'Tis mellow, and old, and sparkling, and bright; An emblem of one that you love, I suppose, Who gathers more lovers the older she grows.

We've sworn to make out an agreeable feast, Our dinner, our wine, and our wit to your taste. Your answer in half-an-hour, though you are at prayers; you have a pencil in your pocket.

Sheridan had a country house. She died the January following. Ovid, "Metam. I never thought A priest would please your palate; Besides, I'll hold a groat He'll put you in a ballad; Where I shall see your faces, On paper daub'd so foul, They'll be no more like graces, Than Venus like an owl.

And we shall take you rather To be a midnight pack Of witches met together, With Beelzebub in black.

It fills my heart with woe, To think such ladies fine Should be reduced so low, To treat a dull divine. Be by a parson cheated! Had you been cunning stagers, You might yourselves be treated By captains and by majors.

See how corruption grows, While mothers, daughters, aunts, Instead of powder'd beaux, From pulpits choose gallants. If we, who wear our wigs With fantail and with snake, Are bubbled thus by prigs; Zds!

I'd wear a gown. Then leave him to his birch;[3] And at the Rose on Sunday, The parson safe at church, I'll treat you with burgundy.

Sheridan was a schoolmaster. Because to write you know As much as you can fight. For compliment so scurvy, I wish we had you here; We'd turn you topsy-turvy Into a mug of beer.

You thought to make a farce on The man and place we chose; We're sure a single parson Is worth a hundred beaux. And you would make us vassals, Good Mr.

Because around your cane A ring of diamonds is set; And you, in some by-lane, Have gain'd a paltry grisette; Shall we, of sense refined, Your trifling nonsense bear, As noisy as the wind, As empty as the air?

We hate your empty prattle; And vow and swear 'tis true, There's more in one child's rattle, Than twenty fops like you.

I smell your gown and cassock, As strong upon your back, As Tisdall[1] smells of a sock. To write such scurvy stuff!

Fine ladies never do't; I know you well enough, And eke your cloven foot. Fine ladies, when they write, Nor scold, nor keep a splutter: Their verses give delight, As soft and sweet as butter.

But Satan never saw Such haggard lines as these: They stick athwart my maw, As bad as Suffolk cheese. William Tisdall, a clergyman in the north of Ireland, who had paid his addresses to Mrs.

He is several times mentioned in the Journal to Stella, and is not to be confused with another Tisdall or Tisdell, whom Swift knew in London, also mentioned in the Journal.

Though pox or itch your skins enrich With rubies past the telling, 'Twill clear your skin before you've been A month at Ballyspellin.

If lady's cheek be green as leek When she comes from her dwelling, The kindling rose within it glows When she's at Ballyspellin.

The sooty brown, who comes from town, Grows here as fair as Helen; Then back she goes, to kill the beaux, By dint of Ballyspellin.

We men submit as they think fit, And here is no rebelling: The reason's plain; the ladies reign, They're queens at Ballyspellin.

By matchless charms, unconquer'd arms, They have the way of quelling Such desperate foes as dare oppose Their power at Ballyspellin.

Cold water turns to fire, and burns I know, because I fell in A stream, which came from one bright dame Who drank at Ballyspellin.

No politics, no subtle tricks, No man his country selling: We eat, we drink; we never think Of these at Ballyspellin. The troubled mind, the puff'd with wind, Do all come here pell-mell in; And they are sure to work their cure By drinking Ballyspellin.

Though dropsy fills you to the gills, From chin to toe though swelling, Pour in, pour out, you cannot doubt A cure at Ballyspellin.

Death throws no darts through all these parts, No sextons here are knelling; Come, judge and try, you'll never die, But live at Ballyspellin.

Except you feel darts tipp'd with steel, Which here are every belle in: When from their eyes sweet ruin flies, We die at Ballyspellin. Good cheer, sweet air, much joy, no care, Your sight, your taste, your smelling, Your ears, your touch, transported much Each day at Ballyspellin.

Within this ground we all sleep sound, No noisy dogs a-yelling; Except you wake, for Celia's sake, All night at Ballyspellin. There all you see, both he and she, No lady keeps her cell in; But all partake the mirth we make, Who drink at Ballyspellin.

Howe'er you flounce, I here pronounce, Your medicine is repelling; Your water's mud, and sours the blood When drunk at Ballyspellin.

Those pocky drabs, to cure their scabs, You thither are compelling, Will back be sent worse than they went, From nasty Ballyspellin. Llewellyn why?

No subject fit to try your wit, When you went colonelling: But dull intrigues 'twixt jades and teagues, You met at Ballyspellin.

Our lasses fair, say what you dare, Who sowins[2] make with shelling, At Market-hill more beaux can kill, Than yours at Ballyspellin. Would I was whipt, when Sheelah stript, To wash herself our well in, A bum so white ne'er came in sight At paltry Ballyspellin.

Your mawkins there smocks hempen wear; Of Holland not an ell in, No, not a rag, whate'er your brag, Is found at Ballyspellin.

But Tom will prate at any rate, All other nymphs expelling: Because he gets a few grisettes At lousy Ballyspellin. There's bonny Jane, in yonder lane, Just o'er against the Bell inn; Where can you meet a lass so sweet, Round all your Ballyspellin?

We have a girl deserves an earl; She came from Enniskellin; So fair, so young, no such among The belles of Ballyspellin.

How would you stare, to see her there, The foggy mists dispelling, That cloud the brows of every blowse Who lives at Ballyspellin!

Now, as I live, I would not give A stiver or a skellin, To towse and kiss the fairest miss That leaks at Ballyspellin.

Whoe'er will raise such lies as these Deserves a good cudgelling: Who falsely boasts of belles and toasts At dirty Ballyspellin.

My rhymes are gone to all but one, Which is, our trees are felling; As proper quite as those you write, To force in Ballyspellin.

The mutual irritation soon passed, and the Dean and Sheridan resumed their intimate friendship. It is made of oatmeal, and sometimes of the shellings of oats; and known by the names of sowins or flummery.

SIR, When I left you, I found myself of the grape's juice sick; I'm so full of pity I never abuse sick; And the patientest patient ever you knew sick; Both when I am purge-sick, and when I am spew-sick.

I pitied my cat, whom I knew by her mew sick: She mended at first, but now she's anew sick. Captain Butler made some in the church black and blue sick.

Dean Cross, had he preach'd, would have made us all pew-sick. Are not you, in a crowd when you sweat and you stew, sick? Lady Santry got out of the church[3] when she grew sick, And as fast as she could, to the deanery flew sick.

Miss Morice was I can assure you 'tis true sick: For, who would not be in that numerous crew sick? Such music would make a fanatic or Jew sick, Yet, ladies are seldom at ombre or loo sick.

Nor is old Nanny Shales,[4] whene'er she does brew, sick. My footman came home from the church of a bruise sick, And look'd like a rake, who was made in the stews sick: But you learned doctors can make whom you choose sick: And poor I myself was, when I withdrew, sick: For the smell of them made me like garlic and rue sick, And I got through the crowd, though not led by a clew, sick.

Yet hoped to find many for that was your cue sick; But there was not a dozen to give them their due sick, And those, to be sure, stuck together like glue sick.

So are ladies in crowds, when they squeeze and they screw, sick; You may find they are all, by their yellow pale hue, sick; So am I, when tobacco, like Robin, I chew, sick.

He died in Patrick's Cathedral, where the music on St. Cecilia's day was usually performed. If I write any more, it will make my poor Muse sick.

This night I came home with a very cold dew sick, And I wish I may soon be not of an ague sick; But I hope I shall ne'er be like you, of a shrew sick, Who often has made me, by looking askew, sick.

Patrick's did spew sick: And made all the rest of the folks in the pew sick, The surgeon who bled her his lancet out drew sick, And stopp'd the distemper, as being but new sick.

The yacht, the last storm, had all her whole crew sick; Had we two been there, it would have made me and you sick: A lady that long'd, is by eating of glue sick; Did you ever know one in a very good Q sick?

I'm told that my wife is by winding a clew sick; The doctors have made her by rhyme[1] and by rue sick.

There's a gamester in town, for a throw that he threw sick, And yet the whole trade of his dice he'll pursue sick; I've known an old miser for paying his due sick; At present I'm grown by a pinch of my shoe sick, And what would you have me with verses to do sick?

Send rhymes, and I'll send you some others in lieu sick. Of rhymes I have plenty, And therefore send twenty.

Answered the same day when sent, Nov. I desire you will carry both these to the Doctor together with his own; and let him know we are not persons to be insulted.

I was at Howth to-day, and staid abroad a-visiting till just now. Tuesday Evening, Nov. You must get fourteen more, To make up thirty-four: But, if me you can conquer, I'll own you a strong cur.

I'll do my best, To send the rest; Without a jest, I'll stand the test. These lines that I send you, I hope you'll peruse sick; I'll make you with writing a little more news sick; Last night I came home with drinking of booze sick; My carpenter swears that he'll hack and he'll hew sick.

An officer's lady, I'm told, is tattoo sick; I'm afraid that the line thirty-four you will view sick. I could write a dozen more; You see I've mounted thirty-four.

Swift, at the bottom of Dr. Helsham's twenty lines; and the following fourteen were afterwards added on the same paper.

These, to your lordship, as a friend, 'Till you have built, I freely lend: They'll serve your lordship for a shift; Why not as well as Doctor Swift?

I often tried in vain to find A simile[2] for womankind, A simile, I mean, to fit 'em, In every circumstance to hit 'em.

For who can tell at what they aim? Clouds weep, as they do, without pain; And what are tears but women's rain? The clouds about the welkin roam:[8] And ladies never stay at home.

The clouds build castles in the air, A thing peculiar to the fair: For all the schemes of their forecasting,[9] Are not more solid nor more lasting.

A cloud is light by turns, and dark, Such is a lady with her spark; Now with a sudden pouting[10] gloom She seems to darken all the room; Again she's pleased, his fear's beguiled,[11] And all is clear when she has smiled.

In this they're wondrously alike, I hope the simile will strike, [12] Though in the darkest dumps[13] you view them, Stay but a moment, you'll see through them.

The clouds are apt to make reflection,[14] And frequently produce infection; So Celia, with small provocation, Blasts every neighbour's reputation.

The clouds delight in gaudy show, For they, like ladies, have their bow; The gravest matron[15] will confess, That she herself is fond of dress.

Observe the clouds in pomp array'd, What various colours are display'd; The pink, the rose, the violet's dye, In that great drawing-room the sky; How do these differ from our Graces,[16] In garden-silks, brocades, and laces?

Are they not such another sight, When met upon a birth-day night? The clouds delight to change their fashion: Dear ladies, be not in a passion!

Nor let this whim to you seem strange, Who every hour delight in change. In them and you alike are seen The sullen symptoms of the spleen; The moment that your vapours rise, We see them dropping from your eyes.

In evening fair you may behold The clouds are fringed with borrow'd gold; And this is many a lady's case, Who flaunts about in borrow'd lace.

Clouds, when they intercept our sight, Deprive us of celestial light: So when my Chloe I pursue, No heaven besides I have in view.

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