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OTHER POEMS.

BY

THE REV. WILLIAM CROWE,

PUBLIC ORATOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD.

Χαιρ' ωπεδον αγχιαλον,
Και μ' ευπλοια σεμψον αμεμπτως
Εν9' και μεγαλη μοιρα κομιζει,

-χω σανδαμάτωρ
Δαιμων, ος ταυτ' επεκρανεν.

SOPH.
Farewell thy printless sands and pebbly shore !

I hear the white surge beat thy coast no more,
Pure, gentle source of the high, rapturous mood !-

- Where'er, like the great Flood, by thy dread force
Propell’d-shape Thou my calm, my blameless course,
Heaven, Earth, and Ocean's Lord !--and Father of the Good !

A CORRECTED AND MUCH ENLARGED EDITION, WITH NOTES.

LONDON:
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE-STREET.

1827,

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THE Hill which gives title to the following Poem

is situated in the western part of Dorsetshire. This

choice of a subject, to which the Author was led

by his residence near the spot, may seem perhaps

to confine him to topics of mere rural and local de

scription. But he begs leave here to inform the

Reader that he has advanced beyond those narrow

limits to something more general and important.

On the other hand he trusts, that in his farthest

excursions the connexion between him and his sub

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