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Verse 559-563. read,
Of harmony and wonder. Different far She starts indignant on the patriot's eye Among the servile herd: her nervous hand Points as she turns the record, and appeals To ancient honour; or in act, &c.
568. for the sacred, read untrodden.
570. for, Of all heroic deeds, and fair desires.
Which Hesper sheds along the vernal heaven;
589. for heroic, read unconquer'd.
Verse 599. for plume, read toil.
601. for, Thyname, thrice honour'd! with th’immortal praise.
read, Thy kindred name to no ignoble praise.
602. for Nature, read Beauty,
To raise harmonious Fancy's native charm.
98, 99. for,
116. for course, read fight.
A purple cloud came Boating thro the sky.
Verse 225. for Soft'ning forrow, of; read, generous
277. for recumbent, read incumbent.
More ponderous rulh'd the congregated floods,
365. for fresh water'd, read irriguous.
769. for, Defiled to such a depth of fordid shame.
read, To such a baseness have not yet depraved.
Argument. After the sentence, Final cause of the
. sense of ridicule, insert, The pleasure from novelty
with its final cause. Verse
8, 9. read thus,
27. for lovely, read pleasing.
I Ging of Nature's charms, and touch, well-pleas'd.
75. for aukward arts, read arts aboundi
Verse 389. føt Disclose, read Reveal.
403. for blue ferene, read azúre vault.
Than space, or motion, or eternal time.
516. for feelingly, read tenderly.
read, Unlocks her gems, and from the spreading leaves Throws her light incense round.'
626. to the end, read as follows: He meant, he made us to regard and love What he regards and loves; the life and health Of general nature; to do good like him To every being round us. Thus the men, Whom Nature's frame delights, with God himself Hold daily converse; act upon his plan; And form to his the relill of their souls.