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CONTENTS.

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Alwyn and Rena

Hon. Charles F. 223

The Elfin King

Leyden. 224

Sir Ralph the Rover

Southey. 232

Scottish Ballad

Anonymous. 234

Ballad – See, Warder, yonder Miss Mitford. 235

The Otaheitan Mourner

P. M. James. 236

Walcheren Expedition

Leigh Hunt. 239

The Old and New Baronne Rev. Š. Hoole. 241

The Vicar of Bray

Anonymous. 245

Spring

Shakspeare. 247

Winter

Shakspeare. 248

Song-Sigh no more, ladies

Shakspeare. 249

Ariel's Song

Shakspeare. 249

Song-Take, oh, take those lips away Shakspeare. 250

Song. To Celia .

Ben Jonson. 250

Song-Still to be neat

Ben Jonson. 251

Song -Whence comes my love? Harrington. 251

Song-Love like a beggar came to me Herrick. 252

To Anthea

Herrick. 252

Song to the Virgins

Herrick. 253

Song - When Fanny, blooming fair Chesterfield. 254

To Delia

Sheridan, 255

Song- I bave a silent sorrow here Sheridan. 256

In pity, fond Bosom, lie still

T. Moore. 257

To Henry

M. G. Lewis. 257

Song- I danced with Harriet at the fair Leftly. 258

Song-Sweet is the balmy evening Miss Mitford. 259

Song- I like not beauty's roseate Miss Mitford. 260

Song-No, not the eye of tender blue. Thelwall. 260

Song-Oh, frown not on my daring vows Hodgson. 261

Song-Here's the vow she falsely swore Hodgson. 262

To

R. A. Davenport. 263

Song—When far beneath R. A. Davenport. 263

Serenade-The gale breathes R. A. Davenport. 264

A Morning Salatation. R. A. Davenport. 265

Song-Why ceaseless do I sigh? R. A. Davenport. 266

Song-Dearest mother

R, A. Davenport, 266

Song-Not ruby clear

R. A. Davenport. 267

Song- I am wearing away

Mrs. Opie. 268

Song-To thy cliffs

Rev. W. Crowe. 269

Song—From thy waves

Miss Seward. 269

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ELEGANT EXTRACTS.

PART V.

Odes.

ON THE POPULAR SUPERSTITIONS

OF THE

HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND;

CONSIDERED AS THE SUBJECT OF POETRY.

Inscribed to Mr. John Home. HOME! thou return’st from Thames, whose naiads

long Have seen thee lingering with a fond delay, Mid those soft friends whose hearts, some fu

ture day, Shall melt, perhaps, to hear thy tragic song. Go, not unmindful of that cordial youth

Whom, long endear'd, thou leavest by Lavant's Together let us wish him lasting truth [side; And joy untainted, with his

ride.

• A gentleman of the pame of Barrow, who introduced Ilome to Collins. VOL. III.

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