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It is hoped that the following Collection will afford an ample illustration of the foregoing observations. It has been drawn from the works of the most admired poets in the language, and the Editor earnestly prays that the publication may tend to purify and elevate the thoughts of those into whose hands it may fall, and to produce a conviction that that which is morally, is also intellectually the best.
To a Mother and her Child. [Rev. H. Caunter.]
The Grave. [Montgomery.].
Sunday Morning. [Rev. R. Mant.]
This do in remembrance of me.' [Montgomery.]
Trust in the Saviour. [Grant.]
A Dialogue between Death and the Believer. [Baxter.] 216
Easter Day. [John Mason Good.]
Ode, to a Sweet-Briar in India. [Rev. J. Lawson.]
Music of Nature. [James Edmeston.]