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should at least be enriched and adorned with some of the loveliest productions of the English Parnassus; and if, in traversing a region so luxuriantly replete with flowers of transcendent worth and beauty, he has chanced to cull a few which must be esteemed inferior to others left untouched on their banks, he trusts that the various tastes of those, into whose hands it may fall, will yet be gratified by some in the collection; and that, if the whole should not please their fancy, the part which shall meet their approbation will be sufficient, both in number and excellence, to induce them to overlook with candour the defiency of taste or judgement, which may be discovered in the insertion of the remainder.
The editor embraces this opportunity to ac. knowledge his obligations to Mrs. J. COBBOLD, and the Rev. Mr. CLUBBE, for their polite and acceptable communications.
Agur's Prayer Paraphrased Rer. W. Clubbe 44
To some Children listening to a Lark
To a Lady on her Birth Day
On the same Subject
The dying Kid
The affectionate Heart
The Lady's Looking Glass
Rev. W. Beloe 47
Miss Carter 51
Verses accompanying a Nose-gay
To a Lady with a Ring
On receiving a Bouquet of Cotton Grass from