367 A Letter from the Grand Mistress of the Female Free-Masons, to George Faulkner, Printer.Ixion impious, lewd, profane,
Bright
Juno woo'd, but woo'd in vain.
Long had he languifh'd for the Dame,
'Till
Jove, at length, to quench his Flame;
Some say for Fear, some ay for Pity,
Sent him a Cloud, like
Juno, pretty,
As like as if 'twere drawn by Painters,
On which he got a Race of
Centaurs,
A Bite quoth
Venus.-

A.B.C. Lib.6. Pag. 107

A LETTER, &c

SEEING it is of late become a Fashion in Town, in Writing to all the World, to address to YOU, our Society of Female Free Masons