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XIV                                        CONTENTS.
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On yon fair brook's enamell'd side,
228
Awake, my boys—awake, arise !
230
Mark well the various seasons of the year.
231
On thy banks, limpid Thames, as I stand,
232
My lover he lives by the pure river side, On Tweed's fair banks a castle stands,
233 234
No more the angler's silent trade I ply,
236
O! Mary, look, how sweetly Spring
238
When smiling felicity warbles her song,
239
We're all a-fishing, fish, fish, fishing,
240
Of all the recreations which,
241
Oh, the days when we went an angling,
243
No fairer land can meet the eye,
245
But I'll tak' leave o' queenly Dee,
246
I winna sing o' war nor wine,
247
Come, anglers, come, for work prepare,
248
Now the finny brood united,
249
It's late, my lad, to tak' the gad,
250
Anxious, by the gliding stream,
252
As late by the Thames's verdant side,
253
O bold singing spirit of Loch Neagh's lovely vale
254
Up, angler, up, and be off to the river,
255
Bright blaz'd the fire of crackling wood,
256
When atop the hoary western hill,
257
To you who love the lonely shade,
259
Who has not, if he's fond of whim,
263
With feelings strange and undefined,
267
The Rhine, the Rhine, thou noble stream,
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