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SELECTIONS IN POETRY.

“But hail, ye mighty masters-of-the-lay-,

Nature's true sons, the friends of man and truth!
Whose song, sublimely sweet. serenely gay,
Amused my childhood and inform'd my youth!
O let your spirit still my bosom soothe.
Inspire my dreams, and my wild wanderings guide!
Your voice each rugged path-of-life can smooth;

For well I know wherever-ye-reside
There harmony, and peace, and innocence abide."

Beattie's Minstrel, xlii,

LANCASTER:
J. AND J. BARWICK, PRINTERS, MARKET STREET.

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Permission, to insert, in this Book, the Selections from their Copyrights, has been kindly granted by Alfred Tennyson, Esq., (the Poet Laureate), Martin Farquhar Tupper, Esq., and the other eminent living writers selected from ;- likewise by the respective Publishers of the Works of the late Lord Macaulay, Mrs. Hemans, &e., &c.

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Page 3, line 16, dele “i” in “ Leigh.”

24, 14, for “ Burn's" read “ Burns's."
25, 19, for “Wolf” read “ Wolfe.”
32, 15, for “ shall” read “ shalt."
39, 2, for “ clouded” read “crowded."
8, for “ All's for best” read “ All's for

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„ 27, for “ vie” read “lie."

23, for “boundles” read “boundless." 114, 7, for “ gate” read “ grate."

7, for “Franceso” read “ Francesco." 172, 3, for “ Shakespeare” read “ Addison." » 172, » 16, for “ antitode” read “ antidote.”

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