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A PARODY

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A PARODY {)n Moore's Believe me if all the endearing young charms." BY TOTIN DE FALKIRK. Relieve me, if all the long list of demands, Which we plead for so fondly to-day, "Were granted to-morrow, and safe in our hands, NV, ittioiit farther dispute or dela), M e would still, still demand, As we've hitherto done, Let our Governors grant what they will And to found a PROUD CHURCH, and STRONG STATE of our 0", n, Exert outselves manfully still. Oh it is not while bound up, by Englishman's laws, In a chain that it grieves us to wear, That our fervor and zeal, for our Priests' holy cause, Can e'er in its (rue light appear And 'tis half. our old Creed, the proud Saxon to hale, Let the Saxon love us as he may As owls from the sun-beam indignant retreat, And abhor the clear light, of the day.

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