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Most Important and Interesting Subjects.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
By JAMES HERVEY, A. M.
Rector of Weston-Favell, in Northamptonsire.
falem's sake I will not reft, until the Righteousness
HE Morning had been wet, At Noon
the Rain ceased. But the Heavens still
a gentle eastern Gale sprung up; which dissipated the dead Calm, and cleared the Face of the Sky.--The Sun, which had been muffled in Clouds, dropped the Veil. Disengaged from the dufky Shroud, he shone forth with peculiar Splendor. His Beams, endeared by their late Suspension, were doubly welcome, and produced unusual Gaiety.
At this Juncture, Theron and Afpafio walked abroad. They walked alternately on the Terraces; one of which was opposite to the Country, the other contiguous to the Parterie.- Where the Gales, impregnated with the freshest Exhalations of Nature, breathed the smell of Meads, and Heaths, and Groves. ----Or else, shaking the Clusters of Roses, and sweeping the Beds of Fragrance, they flung Balm and Odours through the Air.
At à Distance, were heard the Bleatings of the Flock, mingled with the Lowings of the milky Mohers. While more melodious Music, warbled from he neighbouring Boughs, and spoke aloud the Joy VOL. II.