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GUEEN ELLENOR'S JOURNEY FROM CHESTER to CARNARVON. (Contiltued front our last.) St. aph's aged seer now led themn To his abode-whose hospitable roof Receiv'd and entertain'd this concourse great— The morning scarce had peep'd, e'er they pre- par'd Their journey to (mrsue to Conway's towers— Where safe arriv'd«*-with wonder and delight, They contemplate the lofty, noble pile, Which had been lately built by Edward's power. The scicntific architect, whose mind Had plan'd and executed thts vast work, As also all the other fortresses Which recent rear'd their towers terrific-meant To awe the nÍitiycs-Then shew'd her Majesty With care officious, every tower and room Within the spacious walls, and there receiv'd, From Ellen's condescension, kindest praise. Now, her attendants led her to the tower, In which she was intended to repose— Her Oryel was there embellish'd out With art and grandeur—there her couch was plac'd, Arid ru^hy carpets spread upon the floor, Here. she" first felf. security, e'er since qlitte(i !,ier 'Aetropolis-btit all How seldom grandeur meets a tranquil sleep! Her nights were still disturb'd with frightful dreams, Foreboding of events, e'er long to come Her kind attendants, all in vain, essay'd To tranquiliae her mind, or give relief; Still, wou'd the heaving sigh, and starting tear, Betray the coufiicts of her bodeing heart- Ellen again refresh'd from her fatigues Have notice to proceed, and cross the sands, And Penmon's summit high, whose rugged cliffs And shelving rocks, loose hanging o'er their heads, Menaced destruction to the travellers. f 79 be csncludcdin cut nert.) The Editor of the Gentleman's 'M ne having refused publicity to the following REPLY, by the same medium, with whatgave cause to it, I am under the necessity of ap- plying to the Editors of the North Wales Ga- zette, in hope ftliey will afford an insulted neighbour more candid treatment. y- ;r)


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