Miss Cl—nt—on, near Middlesex Hospital. [has unresolved errata (p. x): 'at No. 17, read ——— Street']
Mark my eyes, and as they languish,
Read what your's have written there.
This is a very genteel made little girl, with the languishing eye of an Eloise; like her too, she is warm with the fire of love, in all its native freedom, which, fanned by the amorous air, soon kindles into a flame that cannot be quenched but by the powerful effects of the Cyprian Torrent, which she is very fond of being bathed in; she has good teeth, and a lilly white skin, which is beautifully contrasted by a grot black as the sooty raven, which, for two pounds two, will entertain you a whole night.