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LI NES. Sung at an Angling Club at Richmond. Fill, boys, and drink,
Wine will banish sorrow, Come and drink the bottle out, We'll have more to-morrow.
We feel no slavish fear,
In happiness meet here; Cherish each other, lik e brother and brother ; Let this be our toast, The true angler's boast.
Success and good will to each other.
1840.
J. DAVOR'S DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING A LINE.
Then get good hair, so that it be not black, Neither of mare nor gelding let it be, Nor of the tireling jade that bears the pack, But of some lusty horse, or courser free, Whose bushy tail upon the ground doth track, Like blazing comet that sometimes we see.
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