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THUS, with kind words, Fairface cajoled his friend:
Dear Dick! on me thou may'st assured depend;
I know thy fortune is but very scant,
But never will I see my friend in want.
Dick soon in gaol, believed his friend would free him;
He kept his word,--in want he ne'er would see him!





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