By DR. GOLDSMITH.
WELL, having stooped to conquer with
And gained a husband without aid from
Still as a Barmaid, I could wish it too,
As I have conquered him, to conquer
And let me say, for all your resolution,
That pretty Barmaids have done execu-
Our life is all a play, composed to please,
"We have our exits and our entrances."
The first act shows the simple country
Harmless and young, of everything
Blushes when hired, and with unmean-
I hopes as how to give you satisfaction.
Her second act displays a livelier scene,--
Th' unblushing Barmaid of a country
Who whisks about the house, at market
Talks loud, coquets the guests, and scolds
Next the scene shifts to town, and there