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And well in death his trusty brand,
0! how changed since yon blythe night
His hands to heaven upraised;
His arms and feats were blazed.
voice, not only of failing to pupport the king, but even of having carried him out of the field, and murdered hun Other reports care a still more romantic turu to the king's fate, and avertet that James, weary of greatness after the carnage among his nobles, had gune on a pilgrimage to merit absolution for the death of his father, and the breach of his oth of amnity to
* This story of Lichfield cathedral, which has been garrisoned on the part of the king. tomklace in the great civil war. Lord Brorik, vho, with Sir John Gill, commanded the assailants, was Stor with a musket ball through the risor of his helmet.' The Chad's Cathedral, and upon St Chad's day, and received his deathWound in the very eye with which, he had said, he hoped to see the rain of all the cathedrals in Eugland.
One of those flowers, whom plaintive, lay
But every mark is gone;
And broke her font of stone:
Oft halts the stranger there,
And shepherd boys repair
And plait their garlands fair;
That holds the bones of Marmion brave.---
Who cannot image to himself,