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OOOASIONAL PIEcEs—contin/ued.

EPISTLE To A FRIEND, IN ANSWER T0 soME LINES EXHORTING THE
AUTHOR To BE CHEERFUL, AND To “BANISH cARE” . . .

TO THYRZA . . . . -. . . . .

AWAY, AWAY! YE NOTES OF woE I . .

ONE STRUGGLE MoRE, AND 1 AM FREE . -
EUTHANASIA . . . ' . _. . .
AND THOU ART DEAD, As YOUNG As FAIR . .
IF soMET1MEs IN THE HAUNTS or MEN .

LINES FROM THE FRENCH . . . . . . .

on A CORNELIAN HEART, wmcn wAs BROKEN . .
LINES To A LADY WEEPING . . . . .
“THE CHAIN I GAVE,” ETc. FROM THE TURKISH . . . .
LINES WRITTEN on A BLANK LEAF OF “THE PLEASURES or MEMORY "

ADDRESS SPOKEN AT THE OPENING on DRURY LANE THEATRE, SATUR-
DAY, ocTcIaER 10, 1812 . . . . . . . . .

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