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Messrs. Editors: The readers of the NEwe
have iad presented to them, lately, love
songs from the Earl of Rochester, Thomat
Otway, the Rev. Robert Ierrick, the Rare
Ben Jonson, and Beaumont Fletcher. In
addition two more are given now. One
from Marlowe and an answer to it, written
years after its publication by no less a per.
sonage than Sir Walter Raleigh. Sir Isaac
.Walton in speaking of these pieces says,
the piece by Sir Walter Raleigh was written
in the younger days of that brilliant gentle
man, and he adde, alluding to Marlowe's
song, "It is old fashioned poetry but
choicely good." These two songs will now
make in the Naws, in addition to those pro.
ceeding, seven of the most beautiful songs
4f the kind in the English language. All
have been highly extolled by some of the
greatest intellects in Britton and America.
Marlowe was educated at Cambridge Uni
versity, England. He wits a compeer of
Shakespeare. His poetry is praised by
Jonson himself, and Hey wood pronounced
him "one of the best of poets." lie was
born about the year 1562 and was killed in
1598. Shakespeare quotes from this song
in "The Merry Wives of Windsor."
E. W. D.
Come live with me, and be my love,
And we will all the pleasures prove,
That groves or valley, hill or field,
Or wood, and sleepy mountain yield.
Where we will sit on rising rocks
And see the shepherd feed his flocks,
By ihallow rivers, to whose falls,
Melodious birds sing madrigals.
Pleas'd will I make theo beds of roses,
And twine a thousand sacred poises,
A cap of flowers, and rural kirtle,
Embroider'd all with leaves and myrtle.
A jaunty gown of finest wool,
Which from our tender lanbaq wo'l pull,
And shoes lin'd choicely for the cold,
With buckles of the purest gold.
A belt of straw and ivy buds,
With coral clasps, and amber studs:
If these, these pleasures can thee move,
To live with me, and be my love.
To the above is written by Sir , alter
Raleigh, a soldier, a statesman, a phIiloso
pher, an historian, a scholar,' and a poet.
lie was born in 1552, and was beheaded on
some chargea that never were satisfactorily
proved, in the year 1618, and in the reign
of James I; a monarch who was alike d..
formed In body and in mind; whose most
noted individual acts were the production of
"A counterblaste against. tobacco," and a
war upon some old women of the realm.
lie fancying that they were witches, and
they were burned to death, because they
were helpless. This song is front Sir Ed
gerton Brydges! edition of Si. Walter Ra
leigh's poems E. W. D.
If all the world and love was young,
An truth on ev'ry shmpherd's tongue,
These pleasures might my passion move,
To live with the* and be thy love.
But fading flowers in ev'ry field,
To winter-floods their treasures yield
A honey'd tongue, a heart of gall,
I fancy's spring. but sorrow's fall.'
Thy gown, thy shoes, thy beds of roses,
Thy cap, thy kirtle, and thy posies,
Are all soon wither'd, broke, forgotten,
In folly ripe, in reason rotten.
Thy belt of straw, and ivy buds,
Thy coral clasps, and amber studs,
Can mte with no enticements. move,
To live with thee, and be thy love.
But could youth last,, could love still breed,
Had joys no date, had age no need ;
Then those delights my mind might move,
To live with thee, and be thy love.
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