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HARVARD CC

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JUL 19 1901

LIBRARY

OXFORD.

HORACE HART, PRINTER TO THE UNIVERSITY.

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NAIRNE, Baroness NAIRNE (1766-1845); CAROLINA (OLI-

PHANT, afterwards).
O'KEEFE (1747-1833); JOHN.
O'Neill, Viscountess O'NEILL (1758-1793); HENRIETTA

(BOYLE, afterwards)

PEARCE (c. 1793) ; WILLIAM

PORTER (1780–1832); ANNA MARIA

PYE, M.P. (1745-1813), Poet Laureate from 1790 to 1813 ;

HENRY JAMES.

RADCLIFFE (1764-1822); ANN.
RICHARDSON (1743-1814); Professor WILLIAM
ROGERS (1763-1855); SAMUEL
Roscoe (1753–1831; WILLIAM
SHERIDAN (1751-1816) ; Rt. Hon. RICHARD BRINSLEY

BUTLER
SMART (1722-1771); CHRISTOPHER
SMITH (1749–1806); CHARLOTTE (TURNER, afterwards)
SMYTH (1765–1849) ; Professor WILLIAM
SOUTHEY (1774-1843), Poet Laureate from 1813 to 1843 ;

ROBERT
SPENCER (1769–1834); Hon. WILLIAM ROBERT

Willi
STEWART (1765–1838); HELEN D'ARCY (CRANSTOUN, after-

wards)
T. (c. 1806); J..
THOMPSON (1712–1766); WILLIAM
TOWNSHEND, Marquis TOWNSHEND (1724-1807); GEORGE
UPTON (c. 1790); WILLIAM
WARTON, B.D. (1728-1790), Poet Laureate from 1785 to

1790; Rev. THOMAS

WHITEHEAD (1710–1774); PAUL

WOLCOT, who wrote under the name of PETER PINDAR

(1738-1819) ; Rev. JOHN.

WORDSWORTH (1770-1850), Poet Laureate from 1843 to 1850;

WILLIAM

WOTY (1731-1791); WILLIAM.

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JOHN GILPIN was a Citizen

Of credit and renown;
A Train-Band Captain eke was he

Of famous London Town.

John Gilpin's Spouse' said to her Dear,

'Though wedded we have been These twice ten tedious years; yet we

No holiday have seen!

•To-morrow is our Wedding Day.

And we will then repair Unto the Bell at Edmonton,

All in a chaise and pair.

My sister and my sister's child,

Myself and children three, Will fill the chaise; so you must ride

On horseback after we !'

He soon replied, “I do admire

Of womankind but one;
And you are She, my dearest Dear!

Therefore it shall be done!

'I am a Linendraper bold,

As all the World does know; And my good friend, the Calender,

Will lend his horse to go.'

Quoth Mrs. GILPIN, “That 's well said;

And for that wine is dear,
We will be furnished with our own,

Which is so bright and clear.'

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