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And heaven more precious tears shall shed
Round the unburied soldier's head.
But oft at morn, and evening dim,
O breathe a silent prayer for him;
And do thou to his soul impart
The warmest blessings of thy heart!

Anon.

END OF VOLUME SECOND.

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1 The enjoyment of poetry demands no laborious intellectual intensity. It is upon the hours of our pleasure she descends*—it is our recreation she exalts. Thus, she makes our relaxations become the moat dignified moments of our existence.*

Rn. C. Wolfe.

IN THREE VOLUMES.

VOL. III.

EDINBURGH:

PUBLISHED BY GEORGE A. DOUGLAS,

19. CASTLE STREET;

AKDSOI.D BY

CI1A81.ES TILT, LONDON; AND W. CUIIRY JON. AND COMPANY,

DUBLIN.

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