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BY THE REv. WILLIAM NEILSON, D.D. M.R.I.A.

LATE PROFESSOR OF GREEK, AND HEBREW, IN BELFAST COLLEGE.

O GREECE ! thou sapient nurse of FINER ARTS!
Which to bright Science blooming Fancy bore,
Be this thy praise, that Thou, and Thou alone,
In these hast led the way, in these excell'd,
Crown'd with the laurel of assenting time.

In thy full Language, speaking mighty things ;
Like a clear torrent close, or else diffused
A broad, majestic stream, and rolling on
Through all the winding harmony of sound. THOMSON.

A NEW EDITION.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR

LONGMAN, REES, ORME, BROWN, GREEN, AND LONGMAN,

PATERNOSTER-ROW.

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In being permitted to dedicate this work to you, I feel that grateful pleasure, which arises from the contemplation of labours sanctioned and encouraged by the patron and judge of elegant literature.

It shall be my constant endeavour, as it is my anxious wish, to merit a continuance of your kind attention.

I am, Sir,

With the sincerest respect,

Your obliged, humble servant,

WM NEILSON.

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TO THE

REV. JOHN KEARNEY, D.D.

PROVOST

OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN.

SIR,

In being permitted to dedicate this work to you, I feel that grateful pleasure, which arises from the contemplation of labours sanctioned and encouraged by the patron and judge of elegant literature.

It shall be my constant endeavour, as it is my anxious wish, to merit a continuance of your kind

attention.

I am, Sir,

With the sincerest respect,

Your obliged, humble servant,

WM. NEILSON.

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