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Fat 7 | sheep and oxen | 7 from the town are |

led, 7 | | 7 With / generous | wine, 717 and | all-sus |

taining | bread. 7| | | Full 7 | hecatombs | lay 7 | burning | 7 on the

shore; 7 | | 7 The | winds to | heav'n | 7 the curling | va

pours | bore. 7 | | | 7 Un | grateful | offering | 7 to the im / mortal | pow

ers! | 7 Whose | wrath hung | heavy 1 7 o’er the | Trojan

| towers; I 1 7 Nor | Priam 17 nor his | sons ob | tain'd their

| grace; 7.1 Proud 7 | Troy they | hated, 17 and her / guilty |

race. 7 1 1 1 7 The | troops ex | ulting | sat in order / round, 7 | 17 And | beaming | fires 7 | 7 il | lumin’d | all the

| ground. 7 1 1 1 As when the Moon, 7 | 7 re fulgent | lamp of I

night, 7 | 7 O’er | heav'ns clear | azure | spreads her | sacred

| light, 71 When not a breath7 17 dis | turbs the | deep se

rene, 7 | And not a cloud 717 o'er | casts the solemn

scene, 71 17 A round her | throne 7 1 7 the vivid | plan

ets roll, 71 7 And | stars un number'd gild the glowing |

pole, 71

O'er the dark | trees q | 7 a yellower | verdure |

shed, 7 | 7 And / tip with silver | every | mountain's head;

an Then 7 | shine the | vales, 7 | 7 the | rocks 7 1 7 in |

prospect | rise, 7 7 A | flood of glory 7 | bursts from all the skies:

my 1 1 1 7 The conscious / swains, 7 | 7 re I joicing in the |

sight, 71 | Eye the blue 7 | vault, 7 | 7 and bless the glori

ous | light. 7 1 1 So 7 | many | flames, 7 | 7 be / fore 7 | proud 7 | Ili

on | blaze, 7 | 7 And | lighten | glimmering | Zanthus | 7 with her

rays; 71 7 The I long re | flections | 7 of the distant fires

71 Gleam on the / walls, 9 17 and I tremble | 7 on the

| spires. 711 1 7A | thousand | piles the | dusky | horrors / gild,7 | 7 And | shoot a shady | lustre 1 7 o'er the field. 7

1 1 1 Full 7 | fifty | guards 7 | each 9 | flaming | pile at

tend, 71 1 7 Whose | umber'd | arms, 717 by | fits, 7 | thick 7

| flashes / send, 71 Loud 7 | neigh the f coursers | 7 o’er their | heaps of

| corn, 7 | | 7 And | ardent | warriours! wait the | Tising

morn. 7 1 1

HYMN TO THE DEITY ON THE SEASONS

OF THE YEAR.

THOMSON.

These as they | change, 7 || Al | mighty | Father,

| | these 7 | Are but the varied | God. 91 T 17 The rolling

1 year 71 7 Is 1 full of thee. 7 | 1 | Forth in the pleasing

| Spring 71 7 Thy | beauty / walks, 71 | 7 thy | tenderness in

and | love. 71 Wide 7 | flush the fields, 7 | 17 the softening |

air 7 1 7 is | balm, 9 | Echo the mountains | round, 7 | 17 the / forest |

smiles, 711 7 And I every | sense, 717 and every | heart 7 17

is 1 joy. 7| Then 7 | comes thy / glory | 7 in the summer |

months, 71 ng With light and heat re / fulgent. I s | Then 7

thy sun 71 Shoots 7 | full per | fection through the | swelling |

year. 71 1 1 7 And I oft 71 17 thy | voice 717 in | dreadful |

thunder I speaks. 7 1 1 1 7 And oft 7 | 7 at | dawn, 7| | deep 7 | noon 7 |

7 or falling | eve, 7 | 1 By brooks 7 17 and groves, 7 1 7 and I hollow

| whispering / gales. 71

7 Thy | bounty | shines in | -Autumn / uncon | fin

ed, 71 17 And / spreads a common / feast 9 | 17 for all

that I live. 7 1 1 1 7 In / Winter | awful thou! 7| 7 with | clouds

and | storms 71 17 Around thee / thrown 7 | | tempest o'er | temp

est | roll’d:71 1 7 Ma | jestic | darkness! | | 17 on the whirl

wind's | wing 71 Riding | sub | lime, 7 | 17 thou | bidst the world

7 17a | dore, 71 7 And humblest | nature | 7 with thy | northern

blast. 71 1 1 7 Mys | terious / round! 7 1 1 1 7 what | skill, 1

7 what | force di | vine, 7 | Deep 7 | felt 7 | 7 in these ap / pear, 7 | 17 al

simple | train, 71 | Yet so de | lightful | mix’d, 7| 17 with such 7 |

kind 7 | art, 7 | Such 7 | beauty | 7 and beneficence | 7 com | bin

ed, 7 | | Shade 7 | unper | ceived, 7 | so 7 | softening | 7

into | shade; 7 1 7 And 1 all 71 50 7 | forming an har | monious /

whole, 7 | That' as they still suc | ceed, 717-they | ravish |

still. 71 Il 7 But | wandering i I oft 7 1 7 with | brute un | con

scious | gaze, 7 |

| Man 7 | marks not thee, 7| | marks not the |

mighty | hand, 7 | 7 That | ever | busy, | | wheels the 1 silent |

spheres, 71 1 Works 7 | 7 in the secret | deep, 7| shoots 7 |

teeming | thence 71 7 The | fair pro | fusion 1 7 that o'er | spreads the

spring, 71 | Flings from the sun di , rect 7 | 7 the flaming

| day; 711 Feeds 7 | every | creature, | | hurls the tempest |

forth: 71 7 And as on earth 7 | 7 this grateful | change re |

volves, 7 | 7 With | transport | touches | all the / springs of |

life. 7 1 1 1 Nature 7 at | tend! 7 | I join 9 | every | living |

soul, 7 | 7 Be | neath the spacious | temple of the / sky. 7

11 In | ado | ration | join, 7| 17 and / ardent |

raise 7 One 7 | general | song! 7 1 1 1 7 To him 717

ye | vocal | gales, 7 | | Breathe 7 | soft, 7 | 7 whose | spirit | 7 in your

| freshness breathes: 7 1 1 1 07 | talk of | him 7 | 7 in | solitary | glooms! 7| | Where 7 1 7 o'er the I rock, 7 | 7 the / scarcely

| waving | pine 71

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