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♦B The Snowdrop.8

^—n A Prayer for Right Men.1

I <» ! At Eighty Years. 1

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<» At Eighty Years. 1 J sought you, friends in youth, in sun and shade, ft By home and hearth—but no ye were not there ft, Where are ye gone, beloved ones, where ?" I said ft' 1 listened, and an echo answered, Where T' ft, Then silence fell around-upon a tomb, H I sat me down dismayed at death, and wept: ft Over my senses fell a cloud of gloom, ft, They sank before the mystery, and I slept. H I slept-and then before mine eyes there pressed ft Faces that showed a bliss unknown before; ft IThe loved whom I in life had once'possessed, ft Game one by one, till all were there once more, ft A light of nobler worlds was round their head, ft A glow of better actions made them fair ft J* The dead are there," triumphantly I said ft< Triumphantly the echo answered, There fl CAROLINE CLIVE. H

. How Long, 0 Lord!1

■». Illusions of Youth.j

| —-, Separation.

Aberystwyth Welsh Baptists.

LLANYBYTHER.I

PENCADER.

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Cae Gibbets : or a False 1Lover's…

--SOME OLD RECORDS OF CARDIGANSHIRE.I

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