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But thou canst taste no calm delight;
Thy pleasure is to show
Thy prowess therefore go
I care not whether east or north,
So I no more may find thee ;
And claps the gate behind thee.
To modern times, with Truth to guide
Thus, as the bee, from bank to bow'r, Assiduous sips at ev'ry flow'r,
But rests on none, till that be found,
The spring of eighty nine shall be
Then peace and joy again possess'd Our Queen's long-agitated breast; Such joy and peace as can be known By suff'rers like herself alone, Who losing, or supposing lost The good on Earth they valu'd most, + 7 F1 For that dear sorrow's sake forego All hope of happiness below, Then suddenly regain the prize, And Aash thanksgivings to the skies
O Queen of Albion, queen of isles bort Since all thy tears were chang'd to smiles, The eyes, that never saw thee, sbine With joy not unallied to thine, i éminit Transports not chargeable with artin Illume the land's remotest part, (1 797And strangers to the air of courts, yoT Both in their toils and at their sports, The happiness of answer'd pray’rssatadt That gilds thy features, show in theirs.
şi: S. If they, who on thy state attend, na Awe-struck, before thy presence bend, 'Tis but the natural effect, 1 miev ti no 1 Of grandeur that ensures respect; 10 But she is something more than Queen Who is beloy'd where never seeno iu)
FOR THE USE OF THB SUNDAY SCHOOL AT OLNEY.
Hear, Lord, the song of praise and pray’r,
In Heav'n thy dwelling place,
And taught to seek thy face.
Thanks for thy word, and for thy day,
And grant us, we implore,
Thy holy sabbaths more.
Thanks that we hear, but O impart
To each desires, sincere,
And learn as well as hear.
Of older far than we, .
Our minds should e'er be free?