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‘Love thou thy land, with love far-brought
IN THREE VOLUMES.
LONDON: HURST AND BLACKETT, PUBLISHERS, SUCCESSORS TO HENRY COLBURN, 13, GREAT MARLBOROUGH STREET.
GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK,
EARL OF CARLISLE, K. G.,
LORD LIEUTENANT OF IRELAND,
WHOSE VIRTUES HAVE RENDERED HIS LIFE
A BENEFIT TO HIS COUNTRY,
AND ENDEARED HIM TO ALL CLASSES ;
ARE RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED
AS AN EXPRESSION OF ADMIRATION FOR THE UNTIRING ZEAL
HE HAS EVER EVINCED
IN ADVOCATING THOSE JUST AND MERCIFUL MEASURES,
THOSE WISE AND LIBERAL LAWS,
WHICH PROMOTE A NATION'S WELFARE
THROUGH THE ELEVATION OF
MA DE LINE CLAR E.
AN ENGLISH VILLA G E.
It was the close of a soft April day; when already something of summer warmth had stolen on the air; and the season, if wanting the affluent vegetation that clothes a later time, had yet a tenderness and delicacy peculiarly its own, forbidding regret that the year was still so little advanced. If, on such an eve, in the days now gone by, of long and toilsome travel, some wayfarer, exhausted by a journey commenced at sunrise, had arrived