Knowing and feeling that we all have need of butter.
False friends, fie! fie! Our friendship you shant sever;
In spite we will be greater friends than ever.
Note 1. XXXI 1 Cp. Hunts reference to Blakes Descriptive Catalogue, Examiner, no. 90, Sept. 17, 1809. 4 But nobody at all sees harm in riming MS. 1st rdg. del. 8 How many thousands of connoisseurs ran raving MS. 1st rdg. del. 9 Thus] An addition. 10 Cries] Says MS. 1st rdg. del. 11, 12
Ive given great provision to my foes,
But now Ill lead my false friends by the nose.
MS. 1st rdg. del.
Some say in l. 11, and that in l. 12 being marginal additions. 17 Cry Tom Cooke proves from circumference to centre MS. 1st rdg. del. 19, 20 A reference to Cromeks Account of Mr. Schiavonetti in the Examiner, July 1, 1810. 27 fie! fie!] O no! MS. 1st rdg. del. you shant] neer shall MS. 1st rdg. del. 28 In spite] For now MS. 1st rdg. del. [back]