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HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
R. CLAY, PRINTER, BREAD STREET HILL.
"HAVE you ever, while walking abroad in the fields, Explored an old bank for the treasures it yields? Have you gather'd forget-me-not, sweet-smelling May, And join'd with them cowslips and butter-cups gay; Have you then added blue-bells and traveller's joy,
Pale primroses, daffodils, violets coy,
Pretty cuckoo-flow'rs, bryony, sweet meadow-grass,
you twined them together with twigs of the briar, And carried them home for your friends to admire?" "O yes, often." often."-" And so, my dear readers, have I—
To gather wild flowers I've ventured to try;