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AUTHOR OF 'MYTHOLOGY OF GREECE AND ITALY,' 'FAIRY MYTHOLOGY,'
"I view that oak, the fancied glades among,
By which as MILTON lay, his evening ear,
From many a cloud that dropped ethereal dew,
Nigh-sphered in heaven, its native strains could hear;
On which that ancient trump he reached was hung.”—Collins.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
CHAPMAN AND HALL, 193, PICCADILLY.