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CONTENTS. ix
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I went down by " The Angler" to Dittonó
62
Or haply on some river's cooling bank,
64
The day is clear, the wind is fair,
65
Come, fuddle, fuddle, drink about,
66
Gentle stranger, have you seen,
07
Young smiling Spring, all clad in green,
68
On the banks of some peaceful stream,
69
Thou bonny fish from the far sea
70
You see the ways the fisherman doth take
72
It chanc'd that an angler, who liv'd at Cheapside
73
Northumberland lads, who use the gads,
74
Let us love to be merry and wise,
75
When I was young and in my prime,
76
There was a gentle angler,
78
Come, changefyour-taper rods, my lads
79
The heavens are bright, the morning gale,
80
Come, my lads, from your pillows spring,
82
What equals on earth the delight of the angler,
84
Angling one summer morn alone,
85
Care knows not the lad that is merry,
86
Awake, up, up '^and away to the streams,
87
Albeit, gentle reader, 1 delight not in my trade
88
O'er moorland and mountain,
89
Reclin'd upon a bank of moss,
90
In day's of old, when first refinement's light
91
To the stream let us go,
92
How sweet is the breath of the briar,
92
As pants the hart for water brooks,
93
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