Title

By the sea

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Dedication

Publication Date of Volume

1754

Location in Volume

Rear Free Endpaper

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By the sea

One morning I stood on an [?] shore, As the warm sun woke up from the work of [night?], And the [power] that came from the rising sun, And , [?] excited all with [?] golden light, And they told me of [?] pleasures and of joys [?], [?] and of hath(?) of affection and hope, And, And I have(?) [?] on my way with a lightened heart, [?] beach. The ways of [?] wherever land, And even I thought of the hopeful waves, As they brush at my feet on the sparkling sand., At [?] I reached the western shore, As the last faint breath of day, (next line crossed out and illegible), twas dancing sea then, to die with the sun's last ray, And I watched the weary wave go on, And sink on the distant sea, Ere they reached the long low line that kindles

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