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Sung by Mr. Kelly, in Midas.
Printed and Sold by J. Pitts, No. 14, Great
St. Andrew Street Seven Dials.
PRAY, Goody, pleaſe to moderate,
The rancour of your tongue;
Why ſlaſh thoſe ſparks of fury from your
Remember when the judgement's weak,
The prejudice is ſtrong:
A ſtranger why will you deſpiſe ?
Prove e'er you deny me,
If you caſt me off you blaſt me,
Never more to riſe.
The Music of this Song may be had
of G. Walker, No. 106, Great Portland
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