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Catalogue for 1810 and 1811
**In the seventh volume of the Poetical Register the name of the Rev. R. Bland was erroneously prefixed to some of the Translations from the Greek anthology. Only the poems of Home, p. 338, Hymn to Health, p. 528, and Lord Nelson's Epitaph, p. 533, are from the pen of that gentleman.
"Rememberest thou my greyhounds true?"-SCOTT,
"Straight mine eye hath caught new pleasures
To James Webb, Esq. and William Hayward, Esq. this Poem, written chiefly for their amusement, is inscribed by the Author.
: ཉྙེན། ཀཎྷཱ
"Tis pleasant to dance in lordly hall
As it gilds the woodland mountain;
And autumn tells of joys that fly;
The mountain gale the vapour flings
And sweep thy charms away.
And on the furze-clad steep,
Greyhounds were there of noble name;