|Grocott & Ward, comps. Grocotts Familiar Quotations, 6th ed. 189-?.|
|There affectation, with a sickly mien,|
Shows in her cheek the roses of eighteen.
Pope.Rape of the Lock, Canto IV. Line 31.
|On the rich quilt sinks with becoming woe,|
Wrapt in a gown, for sickness and for show.
Pope.Rape of the Lock, Canto IV. Line 35.
|By giving sixty fives pale witherd mien,|
The blooming roses of sixteen.
Wolcot.The Romish Priest.
|Die of a rose in aromatic pain.|
Pope.Essay on Man, Epistle I. Line 200.