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On the glorious Revolution of Ireland. No hand of mine Mall e'er molelte
Or rob thee of thg doway neft.
No cal disturb thy snug retreat,
Go got near the wicked man,
His aching body's void of health.
How it joys my gladden'd heart,
For a little leave thy nelt;
A Receipt for an Afilme.
Tafte not of meat preserv'd in Salt,
From ham. and longues, and pigeoo.pico.
Youp, turkies I allow you four; Let England, too, our admiration raise:
Partridge and pullets half a score; What justice ask'd in firm, but loval straine,
Or houle-lamb boil'd eat quarters (wo,
Now as ta liquor, why indeed,
Take three with water, three without :
Healih oftener comes from Bi ckdowo bil, The boon that Britain has so kindly given, Than from th’apothecary's pill. Shall be repaid; aod aid her cause, high heav'a! Be not in halte, or thiok co do They Ipoke, and lo! a noble baod appeare,
Your bn hnets in a day or two: And joyful enter naval volunteers :
Some, if they are not well at once, No force in us'd, fo: force would here be vain, Proclaim the doctor for a donce; Tis freedom's cable that leads them to ibe Restle's from qua k to quack they range, main.
When 'tis themselves they ought to change: Sood mult their foes, tho'com'rous, yield she Nature haces violence and force, day,
By metbind led, and gentle course, To glorious Britain and Hibernia.
Rules and restraint iou must endure, Suill may the Gifter nations live in peace! What cornes by time, 'tis time inult cure, Seill may their love and harmony increase! The use of vegetables try, They then may lan at ail their foes alarms,
And prize Pomous in a pye; And bid defiance to the world in aring!
Whate'er you eat, put lumething grodin,
For bieakfast ic je my advice,
Bat gruel, lago, barley, rice ;
Take burilock root, and by my.troth
I'd ning le daisies in '
my broth, Hop abope from chair to chair,
Thus you with ease may diaw your breath, Picking op thy lleader fare.
De uding, what you drend nut, death;
And would not life (she cried)my woes increak! From which one virtue only could retire,
The shepherds mouro'd, and cuo'd the plainike To fing of Adga's charms, and Anga's late. And every nymph chas'd Damon (roin the nei, Visit ye shepherds, and ye nymphs her gravel
That you may laugh, look clear, and thrive, He found the maid his Aart'ry would despise,
Thae lace and intel could not charm her eyes
Aod bade his song in virtuous strains wile,
Aad feiga'd to ladguilh, sed ia secret figh.
Atleogth her eyes confelt a mutual Aame,
'Twas then be boldly poke of ardent love: A Paftoral Elegy.
Woo'd ber the with'd for, bridal day to come
And Aana's praise, resounded thro' the groven
She (artle's maid) prepares her litele jems,
Yet thinks she's down to her undoer kiod.
The eve preceding th' expected day arrived,
She hears the throshes from their ev'ning (prasy
Responsive answer, ev'ry note of love.
A yielding loftness sole upon her soul,
Whilst to the foothing tale the leat an ear;
Thy fall, lamented shepherdels, I'll weer,
A sweeter viding Venus ne'er farvey'd,
Her soul was whiter, even than her theep :
Thal dow untended, Niray along sbe glade.
The poddy morn arole to Anna's pies,
Damon had vow'd to meet her in the grove,
There Hymen Ibou d his cender vons renew!
He iwore, and bade her never doubt his lore.
She fought the grove, but Damon was not
there, Streight as a tender elm she grew apace.
She found the Thade, but fongbt ebe roub in
Thon frantic Anna, o'er the flowry plain!
A rival nymph insulte the weeping maid, Love glow'd in ev'ry glance, and ev'ry look ; And tells her Damop from the vale is Howa While from their bosoms 'scap'd the tender ligh! And bade her hafte, and leave the peaceful glede:
Where her ugdoer, and her fame were known. The blooming maid ne'er triumphd is their
She flies, Me leaves the scene of former blišta pain,
No friend to guide her foot, or footh her woe!
No geotle heart l'alleviate her dillreis, ,
Whole foul with heav'nly pity learnilo glow.
I bore the lovely mourner to my bome,
Is not my honopr and my virene fowo?
She droop'd ! he died ! the earth receju'd ker
form, The veroal breeze that bade her beauties blow,
That plealing form, she object of debre;
Damon, well killid in each angentle art,
And with soft piny ! ev'ry bolom beato
Add let each fwain learn confiancy and ereli,
Each virgin prize the virtue heaven gave:
0! bonny Lass will you live in a Barrack
cuckoo fing, The
The bella Thall ring, and the cuckoo, the cuckoo, the
FOREL,GN TRANSACTION S.
as well on the banks of the royal canal, as epon
ocher canals aód rivers. This rebellion, the HE plagve, whịch bad broke out here a. mifliooaries say, may be attended with fatal coa
bout 20 days ago, has been totally check. sequences to the peaceable reign of the prefent ed by the uncommon warm and dry weather emperor, fon of the fage Yong Tehenga which is now let jo ; the fame effects have been
Vienna, Aug. 15: The maiefactora who were produced at Ceres, and in the cavirons of Salo- condemned to the public works, were formerly inica; bue, the distemper Nill rages in Cuban confined in the foriresses, or houses of correcti.
Tartary, particularly at Taman, where great on, and by that means shame, that tcuching part numbers of people fiave perished.
of punishineni, was entirely obviated : the EmpePeter fourgh, Aug. 12. This day tbe brafs
ros has therefore ordered, that in fuluré luch equestrian talue of the Emperor Peter the first malefactors thall be confined in different prifon, was opened to public view. About five o'clock and shall be obliged to clean the lives of the in the afternoon her Imperial Majelly, after bava city; and to expose them the more, they are,
ing dined at the hermitage, came in ber barge, after wearing their own dresses for three days, to attended by several of the first oobiliny, and land have their heads shaved, and wear a charle habit.
ed on the New, Quay; from whence, on a plat. They are to liave their irons on their legs, and to form covered wiib red baize, the proceeded to the be chained i wo and two. This order is to be obe Senate-house, where, from a balcony, banda served in every province. Homely filled up for her Majesty's reception, the Aug. 21. His Imperial M jesty has issued an had a ful view of the ftatue, the royal yachte og ordonnance, enacting that all persoas employed the river (of which these were leveral, all dref.
at court who may be proved to be in debt, shall rd in the various colou's of ditfe, ent nations), be fulpended from their office; and in case, dur. ind if she prodixious concourse of people allem ing the time of such fufpenfion, they should see
led on the occalion. On her arrival, her Majes, gleal to seltle matters with their creditors, to ly foand she Natue ericlosed with a screen, on lose their places. which were painted, rocks, uncultivated spaces,
Copenhagen, Aag. 24. A Aeet of men of war lind other emblems of the rude Itale in which the is ordered io be filled out as loon as pollible, ia pamperør found his country. Her Majelly bad order, as it is said, to protect their 'Eat-India hor'been long on the balcony, when, on a signal ships against the piratical vesiels which swarm in
iven by a rockel, the screen which concealed that part of the world at this time, and to retalia befatue, on a (uviden, and as it were by onagic, ate upon the Dutch for some ingulis which have Pill, and discovered one of the most exquisite pie teen offered to the Danish lodia Mips, which, it es of workmanship that was ever known to any is thought, will cause o ruplure between the ge or counlry. The lodrien appearance of the Danes and she Durch, as a memorial has been bately figure, big with majestic fire, galloping delivered by the Daoith amball.dor at the Hague, ra precipice on a furious fleed, mult exquifle. Co their High Migheinelles, complaining of come finished, in all, the action of contending eager. All treatment of the goveroor at the Cape, 19 Ts, together, with the firing of cannon from their tips; to which the states have got thought le calie, admirally, and yachis, and a nning fire of about 10,000 soldiersos produced proper sorire a satisfactory antwer.
Hague, Sepi. 17. Leliers frem Paris of the effe a, on the mind a c easily to be delcribed. 13th init. allure that Ms. Fitzbe bere proposed's Ster ihe firing ceased, ana the empress had con- few days ago, 'in a coofereace, that some place mplates the Halve for some rime, with the might loon be appointed for the meeting of 4 calent seeming fasisfaction, all the regiments of congress, lo treat of a general perce; and that Jardin, the regiment of artillery, and three other he received from Comte Vergeines the following giments, which were drawn up on the occalie antwer, “That the king his matte: baving our
marche round ir, lowering their colours as thing to triuch at heure, as to accelerate the hapo by parted by the balcony wbere ibe empreis was
py aod neceliary work of peace, “would readi'y d. Atter it is part of the ceremony was
agree to any arrangenient that tended to that ded, her Majelty was rowed back to the her- great end, and particularly to the oaming of some ilage in the lame manner the, came. To the place for the meeting of a congr is; but that as
Ening the city wasilluminated, and every place it was neceffity that plenipotentiaries from the nifefted joy at the happy remembrance wf the United States of Anerica thould be admitted to her of their country,
the congress, the Bric sh govercment mult of Paris, Aug. 14. Prince Doria Pamphili, the coure, by way of preliminary, acknowledge ibe e's nuncio at this court, received a few days invependence of America lo coolequence of Several letters from China, addrelled to him this aolwer, "Mr Fitzherdet dispatched ani express Come millionaries ; according to which the
to London, and waits with impatience for fare ntars of the province of Canton have vileo "ther inftruétions. iuft sbe imperial authority, which bad antri
Hague, Sept. 18. Letters from Paris of ihe 8th ed to the province of Pekin certain rights and inttiay that Comte D'Aranda, amb. T.dor from vileges, wbich the Tartars only enjoyed Goce the court of Madrid 19 thal of Verlailies, had at
eitablishment of the dioally of the Tarlar length received full powers from his rivercign ta yces on the throne of China, in 1640. These treat with Mr. Filzherbert, to whom his excel. as and privileges extend to the importation lency has given a copy of the intructions or com.
exportațion of divers commodities, sod 10 miffino, he received on that hend. cuitems which the commerce of China pays 2 2%!
BRITISH Da, 1783.