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Then let us, by the methods of the Guider,
Some go as Men direct, in a right way, · Nor are they suffer'd e'er to go astray:
As with a bridle they are govern'd well,
Now this good Man has his especial Guider;
Then by his going, let him know his Rider.
Now this Man too, has his especial Guider;
Were they not fools, they soon might know their Rider.
Now this Man too, has his especial Guider,
And by his going, he may know his Rider.
A PENNY LOAF.
When 'tis high day my hand will stand at nine;
WATCH-MAKER. Your Watch, tho' it be good, through want of skill, May fail to do according to your will. Suppose the balance, wheels, and spring be good, And all things else, unless you understood
To manage it, as Watches ought to be,