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And the loud winds passed o'er thy head Few, few shall part where many meet, unblest,
Each finds a bed beneath his seat, As shook the last sigh thy expiring breast. And every bound couched at their feet, The sea-nymphs heard their coral Partakes a hunter's canopy.
caves that keep Beneath the rolling water's mighty
sweep, And sung the dirge, in evening strains
SONG. distrest. Yet to their care no hands thy corse
Tune-" Humours of Glen.” consigned, Withheld that treasure from a watery
HOW fresh is the rose in the gay dewy
That peeps with a smile o'er yon eastern The recent mound the narrow house o'er.
How fair is the lily, our cardens adorning, Where all that once was beauty lies enshrined:
And fresh is the daisy that blooms by the
rill: A transient glory that in dust decays, A vision vanished with the weeping year?
But Mary, the rarest, the fairest, sweet
Aower, Baltimore, April 28th, 1811.
That ever adorned the green banks of the
Compared with this beauty, the eglantine CAMPBELL TRAVESTIED.
The rose, and the lily, how trifling and ON Cannock when the sun was low,
vain ! No tainted breeze betrayed the foe, And each sly fox and timid foe,
How lovely her bosom, where friendship Lay crouclied in covert quietly.
Still heave for misfortune the dear tender But Cannock showed another sight,
sigh; When an old man at dead of night
How sweet are her looks, every beauty Stole forth, and by his lanthorn's light,
. revealing; Stopt all the earths so cunningly.
And mild is the lustre that beams in her
eye By the farthing candle fast arrayed, The huntsman waked his favourite maid,
The blush of ber cheek still outrivals Au
rora, The well known call she straight obeyed, When beauty and musick awake the And made his breakfast instantly.
And sweeter her smile than the smile of The horsemen met the hounds at seven,
sweet Flora, From cover soon the prey was driven, When cowslips and daisies bedeck the gay And swift as fiery bolts from heaven,
lawn. The pack pursued their enemy.
And, 0, lovely maid! may thy beautie The chase is up ! on, on ye brave,
still flourish, Who never care your necks to save, Unnipped by the blast of misfortune's rude And scorn a dangerous leap to wave,
gale; Now spur your coursers manfully. May Virtue attend thee, thy goodness to
nourish, The straining pack have neared their foe; And no ruffian hand the sweet blossom Hark to the halloo ! tally ho!
assail! Ne'er pause! o'er gates and hedges go, May fortune's best smiles, lovely maid, The brush rewards your victory.
never leave thee,
Through life's fleeting scenes as thou "Tis night-the hunt dine at the Sun,
journeyest along, The pipes are filled; the healths begum), And curst be the villain would seek to de. Each counts his feats and trophies won,
ceive thee, And all is mirth and jollity.
Or offer thy virtue and innocence wrong!
• The principal river in county Antrim is called the Main. It rises in the northern part of the county, and falls into Lough Neigh.
Let lordlings exult in their titles and Bedecked with their beauties, a gay gild. treasure,
ed train; Where courts and where grandeur ex. For now there's a fairer adorns our green tend their proud blaze.
valleysAnd proud city beauties may listen with 'Tis Mary, sweet Mary, the flower of the pleasure,
Main. While poets as venal reecho their praise;
JOHN GETTY. No man shall now boast of the city or pa. Ballytrisna, Co. Antrim.
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INDEX TO VOLUME V.
Clarke's Travels (see Suroke, Biroke
Suslick, Jerboa, Suaorof's Catechism]
em, by Kien Lung, reviewed, 296.
Coromandel, land-winds on the coast of,
Crimea, mosquitoes in the, 268.
Isaac Newton, 68. · Dr. Moore, 69. way Song, 394.
Daniel, Rev. Wm. B. Rural Sports, by,
Education in Publick Schools, remarks on
the system of, 16.
Education, a comparative view of the plan
of, as detailed in the publications of
Dr. Bell and Mr. Lancaster, 305.
Elizabeth, queen, anecdote of, 210. AC-
count of her death, 246.
Essays on song-writing, &c. by John Ai.
Eugene, prince, memoirs of, 48, 193.
Evans, Thomas, old ballads, historical,
&c. by, 40.
translated by P. S. Duponceau, review Fear, effects of, 209.
Female Heroism, 133, 187.
Feroe Islands, a description of, by the
Rev. G. Landt, 289.
France, king of, anccdote of, 210.
translated by sir George Staunton, re- Moira]
Gastronomy, a poem, 407.
Nelson, Lord, anagram on the name of, 211
New Spain, essay on the kingdom of, by
New Zealand, account of, 275.
Penn, William, trial of, 343. His letter to
his wife, 423.
Peacock at Home, by Mrs. Dorset, 406.
Poetry, 70, 139, 212, 283, 357, 428.
Portuguese Observer, the, reviewed, 145.
Presentiment of danger and death, 64.
Preservative plaster of Paris, 67.
Printing with stone, observations on, 62.
Pyrosoma, a non-descript animal, 176.
Quixote, Don, and Cervantes, 419.
Lambert, John, his travels in Canada and
Rembrandt, anecdote of, 211.
Remains of Nithsdale and Galloway songs
by R. H. Cromek, 394.
Road, laws of the, 271.
Rostrated Chætodon fish, account of, 69.
Rural Sports, by the Reverend W. B.
Scott, Walter, his Marmion, 121.
Shakspeare, annotations on, 125, 351, 4
Ships, how to prevent them from sinking,
Southey, Robert, his history of Brazil,
252. His Curse of Kehama, 368.
Spanish Colonies, present state of the, by
Staunton, sir George, his translation of
the fundamental laws of China, review.
Suroke, history of the, 205.
Ta Tsing Leu Lee, the fundamental laws,
&c. of China, translated by sir George
Staunton, reviewed, 22. Analysis of, 26.
Tiger, escape from a, 270.
Topham (see London)