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Clar. Love, thy godhead I adore,
Source of sacred passion ;
Those idols, wealth, or fashion.
From the fop defend her ;
And scorn the vain pretender.
Har. Why the plague should men be sad,
While in time we moulder ?
And cast our cares behind us.
Dian. How shall I escape—so naught,
On filial laws to trample ;
And plead papa's example.
Children oft are shameless ;
But are you always blameless ??
Girls and boys have patience ;
As well as to relations.
These kind gentlemen address
What tho' we forgave 'em
You lend a hand to save 'em.
TABLE OF THE SONGS.
With the Names of the several COMPOSERS.
N. B. Those marked thus **, are new, both words
and music: but those marked thus *, are only new set,
A New Overture by Mr. DIBDIN,
Ah how delightful the morning
Duet Mr. Dibdin
Dibdin Dibdin Dibdin Dibdin Dibdin Gallupi Dibdin Dibdin
Talk not to me
Arne Ciampi Dibdin Dibdin Dibdin Dibdin Dibdin Vento Dibdin
ACT III. ** How can you inhuman ! 4 I wonder, I'm sure, ** Hist, soft ; let's hear how matters go ** A rascal, a hussy Why with sighs my heart is swelling * O bliss unexpected Chorus
Dibdin Dibdin Dibdin Dibdin Ciampi Dibdin Dibdin
BY ISAAC BICKERSTAFF.
AS PERFORMED AT THE
REGULATED FROM THE PROMPT.BOOK,
By Permission of the Managers.
* The Lines distinguished by inverted Commas, are omitted in the Representation."
Printed for the Proprietors, under the Direction of
John Bell, British Library, STRAND, Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of WALES.