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Unpolished by art are the themes we have sung. But they cheered our decline as they charmed us when young. And when useful employments demanded our prime. Our leisure they soothed without wasting our time."
CONTENTS OF VOL. II.
Lines addressed to a Lady quitting London
Lines upon a Friend wishing to retire to one of the Greek Islands
Lines, in reply to a Friend's Invitation
Lines addressed to a youthful Relation, upon Westall's Picture of Queen
Judith relating to Alfred the Deeds of his Saxon Ancestors
Lines addressed to a Friend .
Lines addressed to a Lady, lamenting her Hair was turned Grey
Lines upon a Conservatory, opening into a splendid Dining-room
Lines upon a Country Residence, at the close of the Year
Lines for a Lady's Album ; upon a Rose, presented by her, when re-
turning from the Chase
Lines upon a Portrait, after reading the Nineteenth Canto of Ariosto
Lines addressed by a Lady to a Gentleman, embarking for India, upon
whose Highland Uniform she had dropped a Ring
Youth and Age