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Ah! now, in a moment

My country I leave!
The next, I am far away-

Far on the wave.
Oh! fare thee well, fare thee well,

Glen-na-h' Albyn ;
Oh! fare thee well, fare thee well,

Glen-na-h' Albyn.
I was proud of the power

And the fame of my chief,
And to raise them was ever

The aim of my life;
And now in his greatness

He turns me away,
When my strength is decay'd,

And my locks worn gray.
Oh! fare thee well, kare thee well,

Glen-na-h' Albyn;
Oh! fare thee well, fare thee well,

Glen-na-h' Albyn.
Farewell the gray stones

Of my ancestors' graves;
I go, to have mine

Of the foam of the waves;
Or to die unlamented

On Canada's shore,
Where none of my fathers

Were gather'd before !
Oh ! fare thee well, fare thee well,

Glen-na-h’ Albyn;
Oh! fare thee well, fare thee well,

Glen-na-h' Albyn.

END OF VOLUME SECOND.

RhW7, Blackie, & Co. Printers, Glasgow

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Satire on the Age,
Satire on the Toun Ladies,
Scotland's skaith, or the history of Will and Jean,
Scots wha hae wi' Wallace bled, (Note)
Sir John Suckling's campaign,

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The American blue-bird, (Note,)
The canny Courtship,
The Castaway, (Note,)
The Child of Elle,
The Children in the Wood,
The Braes of Marr,
The Battle of Harlaw,
The Battle of Reid-Squair,
The Heir of Linne,
The Hills of the Dee,
The Patient Countess,
The Flyting,
The Not-browne Maid,
The Turkish Lady,
The Wife of Auchtermuchty,
The Vision,
The Young laird of Ochiltrie,

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Watty and Meg, or the Wife reformed,
William's Ghost,

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