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CONTENTS OF VOL. XIII.
WHATEVER may have been the precise idea meant to be conveyed by the poet in the verses which we have placed at the head of this article, when he speaks of the harp of David as having been
Hallow'd by music, as she wept
O'er tones her heart of hearts had given,
it is certain that the sublime and unrivalled odes, or psalms, as we call