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YOUNG COLIN. AN EFFORT AT ORTHOGRAPHICAL CON- ) SISTENCT. Young Colin chants a mournful lay, While guiding of his plough, And not far off, beneath the hedge, j A damsel milks her cough. y Who's yonder ? cries the rustic swain, "Tis Molly, sure enough. ■I needn't from so sweet a girl Expect a rude reboogh." j Across the field be stoutly plods, Nor looks to left or right; Shy Molly flushes like the rose, And then her cheek grows wbighfc. « Dear lass," says he, in accents low, j "Among your othor beaux j you have not one as fond and true A a Colin, goodness kneaux So, though you t'other day refused j To heed a suitor's sigh, I ask once more-Wi.11 you be mine j The bride for whom I'd digh persistent wooing wins a maid— Her heart grew soft as dough; And soon a whispered H Yee" replaced Fair Molly's former "Nough." in

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