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To feel, and courage to redress her wrongs ;
ARGUMENT OF THE FIFTH BOOK,
A frosty morning. The foddering of cattle.—The woodman and his dog.-The poultry.--Whimsical effects of frost at a waterfall.—The Empress of Rufia's palace of ice.- Amusements of monarchs,--War, one of them. -Wars, whence And whence monarchy.--The evils of it.—English and French loyalty contrasted. The Bastille, and a prisoner there.—Liberty the chief recommendation of this country. – Modern patriotism quef- . tionable, and why.—The perifhable nature of the best human institutions.-Spiritual liberty not perishable. The Flavish state of man by nature.—Deliver him, Deit, 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.
TA S K.
THE WINTER MORNING WALK.
'Tis morning; and the fun, with ruddy orb Ascending, fires th’ horizon; while the clouds, That crowd away before the driving wind, More ardent as the disk emerges more, Resemble most some city in a blaze, Seen through the leafless wood. His Nanting ray Slides ineffectual down the snowy vale, And, tinging all with his own rosy hue, From ev'ry herb and ev'ry spiry blade Stretches a length of shadow o'er the field. Mine, spindling into longitude immense,
In spite of gravity, and fage remark .