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TO ARTHUR. "t \n rcy lonely chamber, and a band plays on the j, shore,— ey are playing Annie Laurie, and the Indv of Elsi- And T°re' "I shut my eyes and listen, and think I hare crossed 1'h toe sea, "'t I hear the must!: in Woodstock, and you are once more with me. a a beautiful July evening—oh, do ycu remember it W *00? f 6 l^tened to AunieLaurie, while the light of the moon v • Was new; nd I said to you that moment-" When I am far W aWay, • e Wl'l think of this night, ami each other, wherever a band shall play." 1 think of you here this evening, and my tears fall ho p ai-d fast, 3f tne pain oF our present parting, and the joy of our T lovely past; ere is no one to smile derision, and I am not ashamed As to sigh, s the chords of the plaiative music float out on the air and die. W QuId I had bsen Annie Laurie, and we had lived long sago, so thl.t our heads at this moment together were lying E i°w' ot belter itT,vere to be resting, away from this trouble IhanaDfd pain, a to feel, as we do, in our loving-we never may meet again!

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