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Diversified, 'that two were never found
sú to A garden, in which nothing thrives, has charms !) That soothe the rich possessor ; much consoled, 1.4 That here and there some sprigs of mournful mint, Of nightshade, or valerian, grace the well in loitol He cultivates. These serve him with a hint'"6, 8071T That Nature lives; that sight-refreshing green Is still the livery she delights to wear, : Though sickly samples of the exuberant whole. T What are the casements lined with creeping herbs, The prouder sashes fronted with a range Of orange, myrtle, or the fragrant weed,'', sto] The Frenchman's darling ? * are they not all proofs
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That man, immured in cities, still retains
range the fields and treat their lungs with air, i
country, with what ardour he contrives A peep at Nature, when he can no more.
Hail, therefore, patroness of health and ease
To monarchs dignity ; to judges sense ;
A frosty morning—The foddering of cattle--The woodman and his dog—The poultry_Whimsical effects of frost at a waterfall—The Empress of Russia's palace of ice-Amusements of monarchs-War, one of them-Wars, whenceAnd whence monarchy--The evils of it-English and French lovalty contrasted--The Bastille, and a prisoner there Liberty the chief recommendation of this country-Modern patriotism questionable, and why— The perishable nature of the best human institutions—Spiritual liberty not perishable -The slavish state of man by nature-Deliver him, Deist, if you can-Grace must do it-The respective merits of patriots and martyrs stated—Their different treatment- Happy freedom of the man whom grace makes free-His relish of the works of God-Address to the Creator.