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THE


Rape of the Lock.


CANTO I.

WHAT dire Offence from am'rous Cauſes ſprings,

What mighty Quarrels riſe from trivial Things,

I ſing——This Verſe to C---l, Muſe! is due:

This, ev'n Belinda may vouchſafe to view:

Slight is the Subject, but not ſo the Praiſe,

If She inſpire, and He approve my Lays.


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