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QUEEN ELLENOR'S JOURNEY FROM CHESTER TO CARNARVON. (Concluded from our last.) "Kots"w*ien..arriv'd at Bangor s holy see, The pious Bishop I)resi' her longer stay- But all their sssidui'it's could not. Avail, to banish from her fretful thoughts The latent smnetlvng that oppress d her soul— 'Twas now ;.II easy s'age, and pleasant ride, To the great citadel, within whose walls, Fdwar.l directed, she would hear her child. JTerecshe was met hy files of soldiers deep, "Whose man te'Pi-ooks and discipline had Iong, Terror infus'd into the native chiefs— No, through the gate o'er drawbridge wide and fosse, "Which to these laMer days, is called the Queen'* 15he oirher palfrey rode; and to the tower Which Edward named the Eagie, and which bitd In sculpture, he had placed upon its top, She was conducted—Here in spacious room, "Wiih fire-place wide and grandeur suitable, She took repose—Not in that closet cold, Excavate out the waits, which aft. is shewn ]Bv i-rnoran! describes—Here, with calm And pa,ient expectation, she endur'd I.otig paint'-d hours till her delivery—" Erkr-soon as eVr i<« joyful 'idtngs -reach d -ir-7 i ants tiiat t-,(m T'ie e, of lieratlen I W,tS horn-th.n !p"d rèjniein¡;s tUrd the hearts Of each surrounding friend—with quick dispatc!. A Icniffht was sent to'Rhudllan to acquaint The monarch of his birth—this, Edwaru thought Omen propitious to his future plans— Bv base du dicity he urg d the chiefs, To then accept a'prinee, horn in their lands; Who knew .-no other language, than file welsh- Their unsuspecting hearts receiv d the boon And swore allegiance to this native prince. Rat ftflcn's mind was still replete with fvtirs Predictive, of some future dire events. A. B. C.

XNGLYNION I "(iORPH Y GAINGC."

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ST. PAUL'S enu RCH- YARD.