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CLASSICAL ARRANGEMENT

OF

FUGITIVE POETRY.

VOL. IV.

Though redolent of ev'ry fiow'r
That once perfum'd Hymettus' side,
No hoarded sweets of Grecian store
Did e'er the Attic bee provide,
That could a purer flavor yield,
Than yields the comb this hive contains,
Though cull’d from no Hesperian field,
But the wild growth of Britain's plains.

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LONDON:

PRINTED BY

John Bell, British Library, STRAND,
Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.

MDCCXCIII.

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EPISTLES DESCRIPTIVE AND NARRATIVE.

CONTENTS.

Page

VIII. To Tho. Pennant, Esq.

From Gilbert White, M. A.

The Naturalist's Summer

Evening Walk

66

IX. The Academic Sportsman ;

or a Winter's Day. By the

Rev. Gerald Fitzgerald 69

X. From the Hon. Charles Fox,

Partridge Shooting, to the

Hon. J. Townshend, Cruis-

ing. By Richard Tickell,

Esq.

86

XI. The Project. To the Rev.

Dean Tucker. By the Same 92

XII. The Pleasures of the Mind 102

XIII. Written in a Cottage at

Park-Place, the seat of the

Rt. Hon. General Conway.

By the Rev. Mr. Powys 107

XIV. Written from Lisbon. By

William Julius Mickle III

XV. The Traveller; or, a Pros-

pect of Society. By Oliver

Goldsmith, M. B.

133

Notes on Epistles Descrip-

tive and Narrative ISI

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