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Xii CONTENTS.
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To you, true fishers, now in town,
158
We are all just like brother and brother,
158
Let landsmen boast of pleasures.
159
Come, follow me, right down the lea,
160
No glory I covet, no riches I want,
161
In childhood's davs, when summer came,
162
'Tis life to young anglers in early spring time
164
Angling and free, for pleasure born,
164
O bliss divine ! a salmon flound'ring at my line
165
Think, when thou seest the bait,
165
When the sun is shining low,
166
When vernal airs perfume the fields,
167
What beauties does Flora disclose,
168
If thou lovest a quiet joy,
169
Ye fishermen of Scotland,
170
Now the bright morning star, day's harbinger,
171
Sportive young River, we've rambled together.
,172
Mr. Walton, it's harsh to say it,
174
Fishing weather's coming, lads,
176
And this, the bravest fellow,
177
Angling tends our bodies to exercise,
183
Thy wooded heights, fair Canche, I leave,
184
I've seen the smiling primrose flower
185
Vale of bliss ! what joy to wander,
186
The waters not too high, too thick, too clear
187
What though the hunter's horn be mute,
188
When worldly cares corrode the heart,
189
A hungry fish once chanc'd to spy,
190
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