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  • Newsffrom St. James's.
    A courtier, summon'd hence of late,
    Was call'd to Minos' Judgment Seat.

    The Cretan Sage began the Charge, ...
  • The Peacock.
    Once Juno's Bird (as Authors say)
    Was seiz'd on by some Birds of Prey:
    They pluck'd his Feathers, one by one,
    Till all his useful Plumes were gone; ...
  • The Resolution
    The Favours of Fortune I once hop'd to gain,
    And often invok'd her, but ever in vain.
    She despis'd my Addresses, which gave me such Grief,
    I flew to the Muses, in Hopes of Relief. ...
  • To The Right Honourable The Lady Sarah Cowper.
    Let me the Honour soon obtain,
    For which I long have hop'd in vain;
    Since I, alas! am now confin'd,
    Your Visit would be doubly kind. ...
  • To Dr. Mead, On His Cape Wine.
    Your Wine, by Southern Suns refin'd,
    Is a just Emblem of your Mind:
    Like You, the gen'rous Juice displays
    Its Influence a thousand Ways; ...
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Heart 22 Mind 18 Soul 18 Time 16 Lady 15 View 15 Fate 15 Friend 15 Long 14 Son 14

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  • Hymnquote: may thy will, not mine, be done, may thy will and mine be one. chase these doubtings from my heart, now thy perfect peace impart. savior, at thy feet i fall, thou my life, my god, my all! let thy happy servant be one forevermore with thee! (mary a.s. barber)
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  • Hymnquote: writer/title attribution for five quotes on 6/27: ernest lee thompson, ever present savior; adelaide a. pollard, have thine own way, lord; john s.b. monsell, awake, glad soul; mary a.s. barber, prince of peace, control my will; palmer hartsough, love and help each other.
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Emily Dickinson Poem
The Treason of an accent
 by Emily Dickinson


The Treason of an accent
Might Ecstasy transfer-
Of her effacing Fathom
Is no Recoverer-
The Treason of an Accent

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