Henry Somerville, by the author of Hartlebourn castle, Volume 1


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Page 181 - Each passing hour sheds tribute from her wings ; And still new beauties meet his lonely walk, And loves unfelt attract him.
Page 182 - Flics o'er the meadow, not a cloud imbibes The fetting fun's effulgence, not a ftrain From all the tenants of the warbling fhade Afcends, but whence his bofom can partake Frefh pleafure, unreprov'd. Nor then partakes Frefh pleafure only : for th...
Page 181 - Diftils her dews, and from the filken gem Its lucid leaves unfolds : for him, the hand Of autumn tinges every fertile branch 'With blooming gold and blufhes like the morn.
Page 160 - Their grateful influence to the prime effecT: Of obje&s grand or beauteous, and inlarge The complicated joy. The fweets of fenfe, Do they not oft with kind acceffion flow, To raife harmonious Fancy's native charm ? 75 So while we tafte the fragrance of the rofe, Glows not her blufh the fairer ? While we view Amid the noontide walk a limpid rill Gufh through the trickling herbage, to the thirft Of fummer yielding the delicious draught 80 ft...

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