DRAWN FROM THE LIVING AND THE DEAD. WITH NOTICES OF OTHER MATTERS.
BY IGNATIUS LOYOLA ROBERTSON, L.L.D.
A RESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.
----------" He that writes,
Or makes a feast, more certainly invites
His judges than his friends; there's not a guest,
But will find something wanting or ill drest."
"But here, where Freedom's equal throne
To all her valiant sons is known;
Where all are conscious of hey cares,
And each the power that rules him shares,
Here let the hard, whose dastard tongue,
Leaves public arguments unsung,
Bid public praise farewell;
Let him to fitter climes remove,
Far from the hero's and the patriot's love,
And dull mysterious monks to slumber in their cell."
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