To the Honourable Mrs. Percival, with Hutcheson's Treatise on Beauty and Order.
1 Th' internal Senses painted here we see:
2 They're born in others, but they live in thee.
3 O were our Author with thy Converse blest,
4 Could he behold the Virtues, of thy Breast;
5 His needless Labours with Contempt he'd view;
6 And bid the World not read — but copy you!
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Title (in Source Edition): To the Honourable Mrs. Percival, with Hutcheson's Treatise on Beauty and Order.
Themes: virtue; vice; beauty
Genres: heroic couplet; epigram; panegyric
References: DMI 11570
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