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" In Kent and Christendom
(Sir Thos. WYATT.)
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY G, WOOD, AND MAY BE HAD OF
LONDON ; AND ALL OTHER BOOKSELLERS.
MY FRIEND MR. THOMAS CULLING,
Scorn not the wreath, all humble though it be,
A wild-flow'r garland from thy native plains,
Blends its rude music with the solemn strains
Whether I search amid the hoär remains
Or Cranbrook's vale, and Rother's banks invite
My wandering feet; or, with increas'd delight, Thine own fair Stour, which all the Muses love : Thee for my guide, each hallow'd scene I trace, And taught by thee revere the Genius of the place.