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ESIOD, or the rise of woman.
A fairy tale, in the ancient English style.
Battle of the frogs and mice.
Part of the first canto of the rape of the lock tranf
An imitation of fome French verfes
HE SI O D:
HAT antient times (thofe times we fancy
Have left on long record of woman's rife,
Perhaps 'tis either, as the Ladies please ;
In days of yore, (no matter where or when,
Oh vers'd in arts! whofe daring thoughts aspire,
The next thy creature meets, be fairly mine:
In such a shape to mold á rifing Fair,
As Vulcan ends, the chearful Queen of charms.