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Dick heard, and tweedling, ogling, bridling, Turning short round, strutting and sideling, Attested, glad, his approbation Of an inmediate conjugation. Their sentiments so well express'd, Influenc'd mightily the rest, All pair’d, and each pair built a nest.
But though the birds were thus in haste,
And learn'd, in future, to be wiser,
Misses! the tale that I relate,
This lesson seems to carry Choose not alone a proper mate,
But proper time to marry.
END OF THE FIRST PART.