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NOTES.

Note 1, page 7, line 2.

The rapture of the strifeCertaminis gaudia, the expression of Attila in his harangue to his army, previous to the battle of Chalons, given in Cassiodorus.

Note 2, page 8, line 1.
He who of old would rend the oak.

Milo.

Note 3, page 8, line 10.
The Roman, when his burning heart

Scylla.

Note 4, page 9, line 1.

The Spaniard, when the lust of swayCharles V.

Note 5, page 12, line 10.

Thou Timour! in his captive's cage The cage of Bajazet, by order of Tamerlane.

Note 6, page 13, line 1

Or like the thief of fire from heaven Prometheus.

Note 7, page 13, line 7.
The very Fiend's arch mock-

“ The fiend's arch mock-
“ To lip a wanton, and suppose her chaste.”-

Shukspeare.

POEMS.

VOL. IV.

POEMS.

I.

WRITTEN IN AN ALBUM,

1.

As o'er the cold sepulchral stone

Some name arrests the passer-by; Thus, when thou view'st this page alone,

May mine attract thy pensive eye!

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