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Here ye, who love to tear Oblivion's veil
From the chill tomb, and strew fresh Aowers around, Where ancient sages slumber in the ground,
Come, join with me, and listen to the tale,
Her fate obscure; and calls the lyre to sound
Old bards their renovated lustre hail!
Weaves the gay fancies of his mind again:
Breathe the soft tones once more, that drew the tear From melting virgins in Eliza's reign!
O listen to the lore, and fan the flame,
22 Dec. 1806.
DIGESTED TABLE OF CONTENTS.
6. Tuberville's Epitaphs, Epigrams, &c. 1567, 1570.
Ovid's Epistles, 1567, &c.
Eglogs or Mantuin, 1567.
Tiogical laies, 1557..
80. Wm. Sherard, L.L. D.
96. Mrs. Wright.....
133. Nisbet's Esay on Armories, 1718..
AGRICULTURE AND GARDENING.