Sir Parson and Sir Bailiff, again,
Where some straggling dwellings rise.
When the pastor would fain continue to speak on this subject,And was anxious to learn the fate of the man and his party,Quickly into his ear his companion secretly whisper'd"Speak for a time with the magistrate, turning your talk on the maiden,Whilst I wander about, endeav'ring to find her. DirectlyI am successful, I'll join you again." Then nodded the pastor,And the spy went to seek her, in barns and through hedges and gardens.-----VI. KLIO.
That his eye-brows dark and sad,That his grief that never ceases
Over the scaffolding frail of the alternating leaves.But this glory is only the new creation's foreteller,
To do one's duty gives a smart;While man, alas! will promise nought,
PAGE.Is't a silent thicket I yonder view?
Cleaves the foaming main,Feels its sails swell haughtily
Where to taste the joys of love!
Yet he, like a man, stands by his rudder;With the bark are sporting wind and water,Wind and water sport not with his bosom:On the fierce deep looks he, as a master,--In his gods, or shipwreck'd, or safe landed,Trusting ever.
As of ancestors, he hears them,Speaking of his son and grandsons.His great-grandsons stand around him,Like a race of valiant mortals,Him to honour,--him, the youngest.And one token on anotherRises up, the proof completing;The identity is provenOf himself, and of his comrades.
1803.*-----EFFECTS AT A DISTANCE.
If of asbestos.If mighty spirit-strength
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