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When fair Aurora, rising early, shews
1
Glide gently, thus for ever glide,
2
You that tish for dace and roaches,
2
When vernal airs perfume the fields,
3
All in the fragrant prime of day,
1
As things most lov'd excite our talk,
5
When artful flies the angler would prepare,
7
A thousand foes the finny people chase,
7
You must not every worm promiscuous use,
9
In genial Spring, beneath the quiv'rin' shade,
9
Oh, while fishing lasts, enjoy it,
10
The smallest fry grow fish in time,
10
I in those flowery meads would be,
12
Hail! gentle stream, for ever dear,
13
Mark the angler's watchful eye,
14
A Crab there was, a dashing young blade,
14
Come, rouse, brother sportsmen.
16
One fine May-morn the wind was south,
17
Tom Trout, by native industry, was taught
19
Cocoa-nut naught, fish too dear,
20
By an angling stream, on a Midsummer's day,
21
The river runs muddy to-day,
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