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Next Smedley div'd ; flow circles dimpled o'er The quaking mud, that clos'd, and
ope'd no more. All look, all sigh> and call on Smedley lost; Smedley in vain
resounds thro- all the coast. 285 Then * * try'd, but hardly snatch'd from sight,
Lo Smedley rose, in majesty of mud ! 305 Shaking the horrors 01" his ample
brows, And each. R E M A R K S. Vide 289. Concanen] In the former editions
there were only Asterisks in this place ; this name was since inserted merely to fill
up the ...
146 Ridpath, George, ii. 141. iii. 286 Roper, Abel. ii. 141 S. oEttli, Ellcanah. i. 88,
185. iii. 27 Smedley (Jonathan) ii. 281, &c. Shad well, Tho. ii. 326 Scholiasts i.
159 'Y H 1 o 1 1 a l d, Lewis. p*stm. Tutchin, John. ii. 140 Toland, John. ii. 369. iii.
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On the whole, I did enjoy reading this poem, although I found it very difficult to read. I've heard before that it's very hard to comprehend the first time around, and I would have to agree. Although ... Read full review