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If any so wise is, that angling despises,
126
He gazed with admiration unsurpassed,
127
Loe, in a little boat whene one doth stand,
129
Around cap-a-pie, with baskets, bags, and rods
129
Bring thy rod to the peaceful rill,
131
Right socially we live, and never disagree,
132
When cauld winter is past,
132
Push about the bottle, lads,
135
Broader rivers please us then,
136
But if the breathless chase o'er hill and dale,
138
Blow, zephyr, and whisper the maid,
139
It was on a summer's morning,
140
Away with dull care, and rigid frugality
142
Here's good luck to the gad,
143
Fill, boys, and drink, wine will banish sorrow
144
Then get good hair, so that it be not black,
144
The greedy pike lies basking cool,
145
Hail, Angling pleasure,
147
The lassie by the streamlet side,
148
It was the charming month of May,
150
My grandsire is an angler old,
151
Swift stream, if e'er thy limpid flow,
152
The rising sun, with ruddy locks,
153
A brother of the angle must always be sped,
154
The noithern lights are flashing,
155
When I desire to muse alone,
156
Come, let us laugh, let us angle and sing,
156
I have climb'd by the mountain rills,
157
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