Juvenile poems

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Page 28 - Roman blood, to empire rose — But henceforth may that wretch accurs'd expire, 20 Whose glory on his country's ruin grows. May fortune always their endeavours bless, Who struggle to defend their country's cause, May victory crown their labours with success, Who fight for Freedom, and for Patriot Laws.
Page 30 - While beam our eyes with youthful fire, While yet our bofoms glow.— • To Venus, and the winged boy, We'll dedicate our lives ; Chafte Nuns muft feel a double joy AS Mothers, and as Wives, REPUBLICAN SONG.

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