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"My father lived beside the Tyne,
A wealthy lord was he; And all his wealth was mark'd as mine, -
He had but only me.
- To win me from his tender arms,
Unnumber'd suitors came,
And felt or feign'd a flame.
* Each hour a mercenary crowd
With richest proflers strove; Among the rest young Edwin bow'd,
But never talk'd of love.