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POETRY. For the North Wales Gazette. The following lines were occasioned by the Address, inserted in the last Nurth W ales Gazette. -0 Cambrian Mase that dwells on Snowdon's height, The Welsh Parnassus, or the lofty iiiglit, Inspire my smu. Reso nd that nohle praise Due to thy B* and his heav'nly lays. In ruder times beneath the Muses' sway, When genius strove few blossoms I," display, The Cambrians sang of warlike heroes slain Of wrecking Vessels toss'd upon the main And am'rous maids, whom blind delusive love, Led plaint ve waiid'ring to Coedhelen-grove-, ";Yht'e mimic echo in the vocal wood, JL-pears their murmurs to th'answ'rin¡?: fllod. Allei cruel Edward, curs'd by age, HiJsh'd the fond Muse that swelt'd the tuneful pag-e, Left but young Bards to tune the mournful lyre, In solpllln accents for their dying sire. If len(1 his wit to living Hope, And sill; in strains, sang hy manorial Pope, Cambria may spurn uwlici ius powers combind, And smile contemptuous on the envious mind: For brave Caractacus in chains forlorn, Betray'd the spirit of a Camhrian born; And Boadicea led a martial hand, To sweep usurpers from her native land Boldly she dar'd Suetonius' arms to brave, J And, pnisou'd fell a victim to the grave.



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