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O S S I A N,

SO N OF FING AL.

TRANSLATED BY

JAMES MACPHERSON, Esq.

To which are prefixed,
PISSERTATIONS ON THE ERA AND POEMs of ossian.

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OSSIAN's POEMS,

TRAN SLAt ED BY

JAMES MACPHERSON, Esq.

WOL. II.

con TAINING

cARTHON, BERRATHON,
DaR-THULA, TEMORA,

CARRIC-THURA, CATH-LODA,
&c. &c. &c.

Brinz, daughter of Toscar, bring the harp; the light of the song rises in offian's soul. It is like the field, when darkness covers the

hills around, and the shadow grows slowly on the plain of the sun. TiiF. W.AR OF CAROS.

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G. L. A. S. G ow- 39tintct fig stagon an unu lang, FOR.J. iMRAY, BookSELLE.R. * 7 9 9.

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