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TO A FRIEN D,-I ON THE EVE…

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TO A FRIEN D, I ON THE EVE OF HIS DEPARTURE FOR THE ANTITODES, (NEW ZEALAND.) Dear Tom, where'er thy feet may roam, Pursuing fortune's bail;" However far thy future home In lowly Cot or HIIll True weat, believe me, Tom, should be Thine own, could I fix fate's deerce. From those, together thrown by chance, We find it hard to sever; And backward cast a lingering glance, The last, perhaps, for ever But O how hard from those to part, twille(i themselves ,,ou.d the heart And other stars shine o'er thee, And gales eool'd by the southern pole, Blow o'er the scenes before thee,— True hearts there are in this far spot, By whom ti,ou'lt never be forgot. And thou, too, when thou'rt far away From Cambria's mountain's hoary, And vallevs green that deeds have seen, Long stampt in deathless story,— Wi] waft a sigh—a deep drawn sigh For friends afar, and days gone by! But hand about the parting cup, This hour is not far waiting: Fill up the goblet. briiiiii)ing up- Success attend thy sailing And may that distant fertile strand Trove to thee as a father land. Denbigh, Nov. 1850. GARMON.

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