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RECOLLECTIONS OF THE LAND…

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RECOLLECTIONS OF THE LAND OF MY HOME. to thee Towy, hills, groves and dark mountains, 0ow gladly my thoughts to thee often doth flee I'o home, to that face, where sat sweet contentment— 'fbat home which can ne'er be forgotten by me The*0 arf. Noughts that steel o'er us in solitude's hour, greeting the days of much happiness flown i ,rftd tlienoa tiiat nrngmui ■■ ■ « in -r -i i1 ntt bears me away totne land of my home. y 18ee that old fashioned bower, rffliauraiuring brook, the wild strawberry lane, i*hat old pigeon house o'ercovered with ivy, ae dark spreading trees round the humble roofed fane • ° 11 to thee, Cambria, farewell to thy valley, 1?reWfi mouldering castles, and sunny green vales, To Wv_, gjant rocks, hoarse cataracts bounding, Tose h?* jjy re-echoes thy grandeur, Old Wales! ^cb lou A. M. WAUGH.

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