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Justice, teach, to treat with laughter!
Virtue, scoff-at! vice pursue ! I have heard of an hereafter
And believe that it is true. But, if living, I must free
My nature from its Spring divine Father !
I never see
Copied from the Wall of the Room in BRISTOL NEWGATE,
where SAVAGE died,
Here Savage linger'd long and here expired!
If, wandering o'er misfortune's sad retreat
No Friend receiv'd him, and “ no Mother's care “ Shelter'd his infant innocence with prayer ; “No Father's guardian hand his Youth maintain'd, “ Callid forth his virtues or from vice restrain’d."
Reader ! hadst thou been to neglect consign'd
Through the wide world like Savage forced to stray,
Extrait from an unfinished poem. or
By HUMPHRY DAVY.
Mild blows the Zephyr o'er the ocean dark
By the orient gleam
On yon rough craig
And deep the Druids lie
On the sea
In his caves
In his caves Where sleep the haggard Spirits of the storm Wild dreary are the shistinet rocks around
* The Land's End in Cornwall.
+ The granite in Cornwall, is generally found incumbent on primitive shistus. This is the case in many of the cliffs at