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[IFOR THS NIMS5.)
Was written by the Rev. Robert Harriok;
a poet whose productions were collected and
published under the name of Tis IlEsrzi
oss, and are remarkable for their spirit and
sportiveness, and. alse, for their simple and
quaint beauty. lie flourishedt at the end of
the sixteenth and in the beginning of the
seventeenth century. Tis WAANIM1,though,
posibly, Inrinjion in its tAndpncy, might
as well be republished, as the mischievous
folly it inculcates, will be acted upon, most
probably, in all ages. E. W. D.
Gather the rose-buds while ye may,
Old Time is still a-flying;
And that same flower that blooms to.day,
To-morrow may-be a-dying.
The glorious lamp of Heaven, the sun,
The higher he's a-getting;
The sooner will his race be run,
And nigher he's to setting.
The age is best which is the first,
When youth and blood are warmer;
This being spent, the woise and worse time
Still succeed the former.
Then be not coy but use your time,
And while ye may go marry;
For having once but spent your prime,
Ye may forever tarry.
There is a boy down East who is ac
custoined to go out on a railroad track
and imitate the steam whistle soprleet
ly as to deci-ive t he olier at the station.
His at-1: attempt proVOI emin<-ntly sue
cesil-t.44 1 (h-pol master came out. and
'switched" him ofl.
A Pitisbtrg ediaor wants to know
"Whether Virginiii is in tle Unliol inl the
Saime senset as Mass.1ehn1setts. Perhaps
say- Premice she is inl the Union With
more sense th1n Massacusetts.
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