THE


VICTIM 


OF


PREJUDICE.


IN TWO VOLUMES.

 

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By MARY HAYS,


AUTHOR OF

THE MEMOIRS OF EMMA COURTNEY.

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VOL. I.

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Her Trumpet Slander rais’d on high.

And told the Tidings to the Sky;

Contempt discharg’d a living Dart,

A side-long Viper, to her Heart;

Reproach breath’d Poisons o’er her Face,

And soil’d and blasted ev’ry Grace;

Officious Shame, her Handmaid new,

Still turn’d the Mirror to her View;

While those, in Crimes the deepest dy’d,

Approach’d to whiten at her Side.

                        Moore’s Female Seducers.

 

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LONDON:

PRINTED FOR J. JOHNSON, ST. PAUL’S CHURCH-YARD.

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1799.