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Ahd heard , as now I he * i % tlte autumnal itfeefce ^ ; ^ 31 Rustling the leafkge of ttiy ialhe ^ d treefc ^ ^ ' ^ Oh my young brother I little d ^ they degm v ' How oft thy spirit whispers to tniy dream ; How oft , amid the walks mw feet yet tread ,
I see thee living , or I mourn thee dead . Oh , stilL the haunter of my visions be ^ Forgot by many , but more dear to nte ! Still , whert the winds sigh through the fading grove , Let me recall that day of loss and love ;
Turn from 1 * hy gi ^ ive with wisdom taught by grief , And think I toa am but a fading leaf £ Feel the full vanity of human pain ^ And live for worlds where We may meet again ! I bless thee , God 1 that in ray soul I feel Founts vt ^ hich no chatige can stain , no age eonge al- ^ -
Hopes born of grief , with which I would not part For all the fange of Nature and of Art , For all the wealth of glowing India ' s shore * For all the Inca s golden mduntams bore * Oh , while my spirit yet can spread her wing , While my rude harp has one melodious string , That plume shall waft her more than eagle-higb ,
That chord shall vibrate to Eternity ! And I will hope * when all beneath the stin , Joy , pain , fear , doubt , and all but love is done , All clouds dispers ed that dimm'd the heart ot past , The dying West will melt to peace at last , And , griefs forgot and imperfections shriven ^ My spirit yet will slake her thirst of Heaven . Crediton , September ^ 30 , 1830 .
The first of the works of which the titles are given below , must have been deemed of great value by the delegates of the Clarendon -Press ; for they
1 - -- -- n - ¦ - if ¦ ¦ . ' ¦ - ; — ? Dissertation * upon the Princrptes and Arrangement ^ bf x Htirttrotiy bthhe Gospels . By the Rev . Edward Gi $ aweU , M . A , j F ^ Uqw : < HP Corpus € Jvri «| i C ^ fiege , Oxford . In 3 Vols 8 vp ,, Oxford , at $ h ? Uwversity Pre&s » 1830 . Vo ^ f ^ pp . 59 & ; Vol . II . pp . 573 ; Vo ^ III . pp . 353 . }
Harmonia Evangelica , sive Quatruor Evangelia Graece pro temporis et reruin seric i « panes quinque distributa Edhiit Edvardus Gresweli , A . M ., Colt C . C , apod Oxon . Socius . Oxonii , c Typographeo Academico . 1830 .
Oft the Chronology niid Afctingem < y& *> f the Gospel Narratives . 7 ®
ON THE CHRONOLOGY AND ARRANGEMENT OF THE GOSPKL NARRATIVES . *
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Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Nov. 2, 1830, page 763, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2590/page/35/