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PUBLISHED BY P. DIDOT, SENIOR, RUE DU PONT-DE-LODI,
M DCCG XXI.
Youth! thou wear'st to manhood now,
Darker lip and darker brow,
Statelier step, more pensive mien
In thy face and gait are seen :
Thou must now brook midnight watches,
For the gambol and the jest,
Thou wert wont to love the best,
Life, a Poem.
YOUNG ROLAND GREME now trotted gaily forward in the train of Sir Halbert Glendinning. He was relieved from his most galling apprehension,-the encounter of the scorn and taunt which might possibly hail his immediate return