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mole domain; female taste Ot is yours?" 22 tender sigh y the door
When, as our questions led, he told at large
My grey-haired Friend was moved ; his vivid eye
The compass of his argument-began
Wanderer asserts that an active principle pervades the Universe, its noblest seat the human soul.-How lively this principle is in Childhood.--Hence the delight in old Age of looking back upon Childhood. The dignity, powers, and privileges of Age asserted. These not to be looked for generally but under a just government.-Right of a human Creature to be exempt from being considered as a mere Instrument.—The condition of multitudes deplored.-Former conversation recurred to, and the Wanderer's opinions set in a clearer light.—Truth placed within reach of the humblest.-Equality -Happy state of the two Boys again adverted to.-Earnest wish expressed for a System of National Education established universally by Government.--Glorious effects of this foretold.-Walk to the Lake.-Grand spectacle from the side of a hill.-Address of Priest to the Supreme Being-in the course of which he contrasts with ancient Barbarism the present appearance of the scene before him.-The change ascribed to Christianity.Apostrophe to his flock, living and dead.—Gratitude to the Almighty.-Return over the Lake. -Parting with the Solitary. -Under what circumstances.
DISCOURSE OF THE WANDERER, AND AN
EVENING VISIT TO THE LAKE.
“ To every Form of being is assigned,"