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Again, my Jeffrey—as that sound inspires,[1]
How wakes my bosom to its wonted fires!590
Fires, such as gentle Caledonians feel
When Southrons writhe upon their critic wheel,
Or mild Eclectics,[2] when some, worse than Turks,

Would rob poor Faith to decorate "Good Works."
  1. [Lines 589-626 are not in the Murray MS., nor in either of the Lovelace MSS.]
  2. To the Eclectic or Christian Reviewers I have to return thanks for the fervour of that charity which, in 1809, induced