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THE GREEK LOAN.

SONNET.

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SONNET. I heard (alas 'twas only in a Strains—which, as sage Antiquity believed, By waking ears have sometimes been received, Wafted down the wind from lake stream; A most melodious requiem, a supreme And perfect harmony of notes, achieved By a fair Swan on drowsy billows 1,1 O'er which her pinions shed a siher gleam • For is she not the votary of A polio 1 Aiid knows she not, singing as he inspires, That bliss awaits her which the ungeniul hollow Of the dull earth partakes not, nor desires ? Mount, tuneful bird, and join the immo, tal quires She soared—and awoke slru -.ia- iLl V-i;js to follow.

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THE JEWS.

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A BRIDAL SERENADE.

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