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O V E L.

IN TWO VOLUMES.

BY A YOUNG LADY.

Whate'er the passion, knowledge, fame, or pelf,
Not one will change his neighbour with himself.
The learn'd is happy, Nature to explore;
The fool is happy, that he knows no more ;
The rich is happy, in the plenty given ;
The poor contented with the care of Heaven.

POPE,

VOL. I.

DU B L I N:

PRINTED FOR MESSRS. WHITESTONE,

BYRNE, LEWIS, JONES, AND HALPEN.

MDCCLXXXVII.

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