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4-                                    SONGS ETC.
Now to conclude and finish.
I mean to stop my pen In hopes all other fair maids
Who stands and may come in, That this may be a warning
To all young female kind, The handsome shepherd's daughter
That came walking to the Bovne.
GLEE.
SUNG AT A FISHING CLUB IN THE NORTH OF YORKSHIRE.
Away with dull care, and rigid frugality,
This is the moment for mirth and delight, And he who would count on the woes of mortality, Banish for ever, be out of our sight ! Then push round the bowl, And let every soul IViat can feel inspired with the rod and the line, With a heart full of glee, And a loud three-times three, Dr-nk bumpers to Anglers, and the god of the vine.
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