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The following exquisitely beautifil and
elegant stansas, were written by Mr. *m
as Otway. An Englishman, who, after be
ing a student in Oxford, University for a
short time, went to London, and distinguish
6d himself as an actor and dramatic writer.
Ilii tenderness, pathos And elegance, as a
writer, are very admirable., His "OarnAm,"
and lIhewise his "VaNun PassaII,"
have won the applause of succeeding gene
rations, and are popular at this day. Ife
lived ia the Protectorate of Cromwell, and
in the reign of Charles the II, of England.
* * * * * * *
, did but look and love awhile
.'Twas but for one half hour;
Then to resist I had no will,
And now I I have no power.
To sigh, and wish, is all my ease,
Sighs, which do heat Impart,
snough to melt an Icy piece,
Yet cannot warm your heart.
Oh I would your pity g14 "my heirt,
One corner of your breast,
'Twould learn of your's the winning art,
And quickly stetl the rest.
"We were discussing the name to be
given to the new baby. I was in favor
of calling it Grace. Her brother, a boy
of ten years, was strongly opposed to
the name, and said, 'Why not call it
Charity,.and have done with it ?' Em.
ma, the little sister, some five years
old, cried out, '0 yves, call her Charity ;
and then I'll be a sister of Charity,
Dr. Payson was a man of genuine
piety but much opposed to the noisy
zeal that seeketh " to be known of
man." A young divine, who was much
given to enthusiastic cant, one day said
"to him. "Do you suppose you have
any real religion ?" None to speak of,"
was the excellent reply.
-"Ab, Mr. Simkins. we have not chairs
eyough for our company," said a gay
wife to her frugal husband. "Plenty of
chairs, my dear, but a little too much
coMp tny," replied he.
he (man who planted himself on his
-gooa -intentions has not yet sprouted.
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