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BY MARIA REGINA ROCHE,
6. Thou com’st in such a questionable shape,
STREET, PHILADELPHIA; M. & I. CONRAD, & co.
H. MAXWELL, PRINTER.
*"* Unskilful he to fawn, or seek for pow'r
WQ R 19 FEB'36
IN a little hamlet called Wyefield, situated between Chester and Holywell, and about two miles from the great road, there lived, many years ago, a curate, of the name of Greville, whose memory is loved and venerated by all who had the happiness of knowing him : like the good pastor so beautifully described in Goldsmith's Deserted Village, he was, though “not passing rich,” dear to all the country round, from his “ unaffected sanctity” and simplicity of manners.
He practised what he preached; and though a narrow income sometimes compelled him to bound his charities, his benevolence knew no limitations. With cheerful alacrity he visited the sick and the afflicted, administering to their wants, and calm