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Which in eternity's deep bosom lies ! .
OF THE AUTHOR
As blooms the violet''neath the thorn,
Or lily of the vale;
As sweetly and as frail.
When sickness came, the filowers decay'd
Beneath the noxious breeze
Af:ded form like these.
Yet say not here Antonio lies
Beneath the valley's clod.
Has gone to meet it's God.
The Boares head in hand bear I, Bedeck'd with bays and rose-mary, And I pray you, masters, be merry
Quotquot estis in convivio; • The above is the first Carol op printed Record
The Boares head as I vnderstand
about 300 years old, as it is song in the hall of Queen's College Oxford, at Christmas. (Dibdin.) “W’hen the first course is served up in the refectory on Christmas day, in the said College, the Marciple brings a Boar's Head from the kitchen, up to tbe bigh table, accompanied with one of the Taberders, who lays his hand on the charger. The Taberder sings the above song, and when they come to the chorgs, all the Members that are in the resectory join together and sing it." (lothony a Wood.)
Our Steward hath provided this - Home In honour of the King of Bliss, ;' ;,', Which on this day to be served is ...“ In Reginensi atrio ; int in
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A HYMN FOR CHRISTMAS DAY.
Sing Jehovah, man become,
All in harmony conspire,
Sons of Levi, lead the band,
Happy souls advanc'd in grace,