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Messenger of mercy | still; 7 1 1 Now 7 1 7 ye / winds 7 | 7 pro claim a | loud 7 71 Peace on earth, 7 1 7 to 1 mann | good 7, will.

71 TL Nature, | God's re 1 penting | child 7 | See thy parent reconcil'd. I 1 Hark; 7 | 1 7 the / nightingale | 17a far, ? | |

Sweetly / sings the sun to rest; 7 | 7 And a | wakes the evening / star, 71

7 In the / rosy | tinted | west; 7 |
While the moon's enchanting | eye, 17 }
Opens | Paradise | 7 on high. 7 1 1
Clear and tranquil | 7 is the night, 7|

Nature's | sore af | dictions | cease; 7 |
7 And the storm that l bent its might, 7 |

Has a covenant | 7 of | peace. 7 | Vengeance | drops her | harmless / rod, 7 | Mercy | 7 is the power of God. 7|

LUCY.

WORDSWORTH.

Three 7 | years 7 1 7 she grew, 7| 7 in | sun and

shower, Then 7 | nature | said, 717 "a | lovelier | flower

7 0n | earth 7 | 7 was never | sown; 7| This 7 | child 7 | I to my / self 7| 7 will | take; 71

She shall be mine; 7 || and I will make
A lady | 7 of my own. 7 1 1 f

v " Ny self 7 | will to my | darling | | be, 71 7 Both | law and I impulse: 1 1 7 and with me 7 |

7 The / girl 7 1 7 in rock 7 1 7 and, plain, 71 7 In | earth and I heaven, | 7 in 1 glade and I bow

er, 7 Shall | feel 7 | 7 ans over | seeing | power |

7 To | kindle | 7 and re | strain. 7| | | « She shall be sportive | 7 as the | fawn, 7 | That wild with | glee 7 | 7a | cross the | lawn 7 |

7 Or 1 up the mountain | springs; 7 | I 7 And her's 7 1 7 shall I be the breathing | balm,

771 7 And | her’s 7 | 7 the 1 silence | 7 and the calm 7 |

7 of mute in | sensate | things. 7 | 11 7 “The | floating | clouds 7 | 7 their | state shall

lend 17 | 7 To | her; 7117 for | her 717 the I willow |

bend; 71

| Nor shall she | fail to | see; 7 | Even in the motions 17 of the storm 7 | Grace 7 1 7 that shall / mould 7 1 7 the | maiden's |

form, 7 | 7 By | silent | sympathy. | | 17 “The stars of | midnight | 7 shall be | dear

71 7 To | her: 71 | and she shall | lean her / ear 7 |

7 In many a secret | place, 7|| 7 Where | rivulets | dance their wayward | round, 7

7 And | beauty, ' I born of | murmuring | sound, 7

1

7 Shall | pass 7 / into her | face. 71 1 1 7 5 And | vital | feelings of de | light 7 | 7 Shall / rear her | form 7 1 7 to stately | lieight; 7

1 | 7 Her | virgin | bosom swell; 7 | 1 Such 7 | thoughts 717 to | Lucy 1 7 I will / give, 7

1 7 While she and |1917 together | live 7 |

Here 7 1 7 in this happy | dell. 7 | Thus 7 | Nature | spake. 7 | 17 The work 7 17

was done. 7|| 1 How 7 | soon 717 my | Lucy's | race 7 1 7 was!

run! 71 1 7 She died, 71 1 7 and | left to 1 me 71 7 This / heath, 717 this calm and quiet | scene;

이 1 7 The | memory of what 7 | has 7 | been, 7 |

1 7 And | never | more 7 | will 7 | be. 7111

MORNING.

BYRON

Night 7 | wanes, 7 1 1 7 the vapours | round the

| mountains / curl'd, 7 | Melt into | morn, 7| 17 and light a wakes the

| world; 711 Man 7 17 has an / other | day 7 1 7 to 1.swell the

past, 71 l

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7 And | lead him | near to | little: 1 7 but his / last. ng

1 1 1 7 But I mighty | Nature, | | bounds 1917 from

her | birth, 911 7 The sun 7 1 7 is in the heavens, 1 7 and life on

| earth; 71 Flowers / 7 in the | valley, | | splendour 1 7 in the

| beam, 711 Health 7 | 7 on the gale, 7 | 17 and / freshness |

7 in the stream. 7 1 1 7 Im | mortal | man, 7 |: 17 be | hold her | glories

shine, ? | 7 And | cry, 7 | 7 ex | ulting | inly, | !" they are

I thine!” 7 1 1 1 Gaze ñ | on, 717 while / yet thy | gladden'd | eye 7

| may 7 | see; 7 | 1 A morrow | comes, 7| | when they are not for

| thee: 711 7 And / grieve 7 | what 7 | may 7 | 7 a | bove thy 1.

senseless i bier, 71 7 Nor | earth, 7 | 7 nor | sky, 7 1 7 will yield 71

7 a single | tear; 7 | | 7 Nor | cloud 7 1 7 shall I gather | more, 7 | 7 nor |

leaf 7 1 7 shall | fall, 71 7 Nor | gale 7 | breathe 7 | forth 7 | one 7 | sigh 7 | 7 for thee, 7 1 7 for all

. 7 1 1 1 7 But | creeping | things 7 | 7 shall / revell 7 in their

1 spoil, 7 1

7 And | fit thy | clay 7 1 7 to / fertilize the soil. 7

THE BATTLE OF WARSAW.

7 When | leagued op / pression pour’d to | northern

| wars, 7 | 7 Her | whisker'd | pandoors, | 7 and her / fierce 7 |

7 hus / sars, 7 | Wav'd her dread 7 ) standard | 7 to the breeze of

| morn, 71 | Peal'd her | loud 7 | drum, 7 | 7 and | twang'd

her | trumpet | horn; 7 | 1 7 Tu / multuous | horror | | brooded | o'er her

| van, 7 | 7 Pre saging / wrath, ? | 7 to | Poland, | | 7 and

to | man! 7| 1 Warsaw's | last 7 | champion, i 7 from her | height

717 sur | veyed, 7 | 1 Wide o'er the fields, 7 | 7 a waste of ruin laid;

71 / 1 Õ!7 | Heaven! | 7 he | cried, 7 | 7 my | bleeding |

country save! 71 | Is there no | hand on high, 7 | 7 to 1 shield the

| brave? 71 What though de struction | | sweep these | lovely

| plains, 71 Rise, 7 | fellow | men! 717 our / country | 1 yet re mains! 71

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