Mary Barber (1690-1757 / England)
Advice To The Ladies At Bath. Written By A Lady.
Ye heedless Fair, who trifle Life away,
Let either Brownlow set your Notions right:
Be, like the Daughter, innocently gay;
Or, like the Mother, prudent and polite.
Submitted: Tuesday, April 20, 2010
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