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FOR J. BUCKLAND, J. RIVINGTON AND SONS, T. PAYNE

AND SON, L. DAVIS, B. WHITE AND SON, T. LONGMAX,
B. LAW, J. DODSLEY, H. BALDWIN, J. ROBSON, C. DILLY,
T. CADELL, J. NICHOLS, J. JOHNSON, G. G. J. AND
J. ROBINSON, R. BALDWIN, H. L. GARDNER, P. ELMSLY,
T. EVANS, G. NICOL,

LEIGH AND SOTHEBY, J. BEW,
N. CONANT, J. MURRAY, J: SEWELL, W. GOLDSMITH,
W. RICHARDSON, T. VERNOR, W. LOWNDES, W. BENT;
W. OTRIDGE, T. AND J. EGERTON, S. HAYES, R. FAUL-

G.
DER, J. EDWARDS, AND T. WILKIE, W. NICOLL,
OGILVY AND SPEARE, SCATCHERD AND WHITAKER,
W. Fox, C, STALKER, E. NEWBERY. 1790.

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N yonder verdant hilloc laid,
Where oaks and elms, a friendly shade,

O'erlook the falling stream,
O master of the Latin lyre,
A while with thee will I retire

From summer's noontide beam.

And, lo, within my lonely bower,
The industrious bee from many a flower

Collects her balmy dews :
« For me,” she sings, “ the gems are born,
" For me their silken robe adorn,
“ Their fragrant breath diffuse."

III.
Sweet murmurer! may no rude storm
This hofpitable fcene deform,

Nor check thy gladsome toils;
Still may the buds unsullied spring,
Still showers and sunshine court thy wing

To these ambrosial spoils.

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