FOR YOUTH. 59Or elfe fall out, and with each other wrangle, ~d did, infiead of work, not much but jangle. And if our fun feems angry, hides his face, Shall it go down, !hall night poiTefs this place? Let not the voice of night-birds us affiia, · Aad of our mifpent fummer us convia. XXXI. Upon the Frog. HE frog by nature is both damp and cold. / · · mouth is large, her belly much will hold; fits Iomewhat afcending, loves to be king in gardens, tho' unpleafantly. CoMPARISON.