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To a Friend in Distress, who, when Henry reasoned with him
Hymn, "Awake, sweet Harp of Judah, wake”
Hymn for Family Worship
The Star of Bethlehem...
Hymn," O Lord, my God, in Mercy turn"
Melody, "Yes, once more that dying Strain"
IV." There was a little Bird upon that Pile".
V. "O pale art thou, my Lamp"
VI. "O give me Music"
VII. "Ah! who can say, however fair his View"
VIII. "And must thou go?"
IX. "When I sit musing on the chequer❜d Past"
X." When high Romance, o'er every Wood and Stream"
This, and the following Poems, are reprinted from the little Volume
which Henry published in 1803.
DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE,
A VERY YOUTHFUL MUSE,
BY PERMISSION DEDICATED,
By her Grace's
AND GRATEFUL SERVANT,
HENRY KIRKE WHITE.