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flartrg. [OKIGINAI. POETRY.] 1 A N EPISTLE FROM MISS KITTY O'CONNOR. I* BATH. TO MISS BIDDY FUDGE IN THE COUNTRY* Such sights and such wonders, oh Biddy, I've seen, My head's in a whirl, and I seem in a dream j E'en Argus's eyes would enough have to do, Were it merely to note each passing friend's bo. But windows and ladies bedizened so gay, And Beanx fluttering round in smartest array j, And buildings, that seem like the Tower of Babel, Oh t'expreas my delight I shall ne'er be able. Where first to begin, when so many bright streaks Are centred in each place, made rich by art's freaks, And nature to all has proved so prolific, Yet the pump-room can boast of strains so seraphic. So many bright start a galaxy making. To note each would, I fear, a vain undertaking Prove to be, who my long rigmarole am afraid Has already your patience very much tried. Terpsichore. bere her fairy foot sbowing, 'Till Aurora bursts forth in rosy tints glowing, The fair Belles glissading it oft and so lightly, That description falls short of their elegance greatly. The Rooms, oh so brilliant-the music so charming, The Concerts exstatic. the Crescents enchanting; In short, my dear Biddy, this City of beanty, Could not fail to delight, and I think would just suit ye. Swansea M.A.P. One of the amiable Fudge family in Wales. [We have presumed on the good humour of Miss Kitty O'Connor to take the liberty of abridging her epistolary effusion to Miss Biddy Fudge. We shall be always happy to hear from either of the ladies, but short bills upon sight are indispensable. J

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