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With way-worn feet, a pilgrim woe-begone,

Life's upward road I journeyed many a day,

And hymning many a sad yet soothing lay Beguiled my wandering with the charms of song.

Lonely my heart, and rugged was my way,
Yet often plucked I, as I passed along,

The wild and simple flowers of Poesy;
And as beseemed the wayward Fancy's child,

Entwined each ramdom weed that pleased mine eye. Accept the wreath, BELOVED! it is wild

And rudely garlanded; yet scorn not thou The humble offering, where the sad rue weaves 'Mid gayer flowers its intermingled leaves, ,

And I have twined the myrtle for thy brow.

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JOAN OF ARC.

EARLY POEMS.

THE RETROSPECT

ROMANCE

To URBAN,

THE MISER'S MANSION

To HYMEN

HOSPITALITY.
SONNETS
To Lycon
ROSAMOND TO HENRY.
THE RACE OF ODIN
THE DEATH OF Moses
THE DEATH OF MATTATHIAS
TAE TRIUMPH OF WOMAN
POEMS ON THE SLAVE TRADE
ECLOGUES. THE CONVICTS AT NEW SOUTH WALES
ENGLISH ECLOGUES

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TAE SURGEON'S WARNING

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MARY THE MAID OF THE INN

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