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Whete virtue's fons Mall rest, with Orten wou'd weglide on secure, joys íubli.ne;

The gods of our river wou'd (ave. The muses dwell, and Freedom fix ber seul.

Let the temple I mention'd above,
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Neat, ily, and imple appear : New bards that rise to sing thy The neat and the simple I love, founding fame,

For Nature's own touches are there, And brightning Science gild thy hapDy land

There Flora, gay daughter of spring, Freedom and Justice fhall unrivald

Shall fcarte! variety round; tego,

And autumn her wicker Mall bring, And thriving Commerce sail along

With Nature own luxury crown'd. the ftrand. OsFame's triumphant wing thy fons Disli vise,

The green river.fifiers Mall iend Their glorious deeds immortal hon

Their urus to replenith my rills ;

And hoary old Faunus attend
Odis claim ;.
Their valour echoing round the The flocks that inhabit my hills.

world (wift flies,
Their Dames ftand foremoft is the
rolls of Fame !

But hark! From the woodland and Thus shalt thou be with richest blefl.

grove,

What melody rings in the gale! ings crown'd,

For Philomel warbles her love Thy towns ihall fourish, and have reft ;

Aydecho runs off with the talc. To disant clinies thy glories Mall refound ;

Poor Poilomel, wretched, alone, Remoteit lands Mall call Columbia That pitiful note is in vain : bleit!

Thy love, thy companion isgonc, SERENA. And woat are the charms that re.

main?
Tbe Temple of Love.
LOT far from a river's bright

se brisht Sad emblem of me! what are all
!

! My villas my castles in air? wave That marmurs thro'many a grove ;

v. Like some litrie vision they fall, A little retreat wou'd I have,

Whien torn" from my Phillis, my And call it the Temple of Love.

fair.

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To the Printers of the Boston MA On a Pipe of Tobacco. GAZINE.

I ITTLE Tube of mighty pow's The following Verses were written by L Charmer of an idle nour, a young Lady 12 years old: The

ne Object of my warm defire, occafion was this; the brother being

18 Lipof wax, and eye of fire :

Lino busied in making his school exer

And thy (nowy taper waill, cise, she asked him what employed

With my finger gently brac'd ; him? When he told her, she defired

And thy pretty T welting creft, to know what he meant by an ex.

With my little flopper prefi, . ercise ? fie answered it was to write

And the sweetest bliss of bliffes, verses : If that be all, says the, I'll

Breatbing from thy balmy killes. write some for you. She asked him

Happy chrice, and thrice agen, . what the should write upon ? What

Happiest he of happy med ; but Paper, replied he smartly. Her Who when agen the night returnsa aorwer and performance were in. When agen the taper burns ; the following lines.

When agen the cricket's gay,
H, spotless paper,fair and white! (Little cricket, fuil of play)
On thee, by force, constraio'd to Cao afford his tube to feed
write

With the fragrant INDIAN Weed: "Is it not hard I mould destroy

Pleasure for a nose divine, Thy purity to please a Boy!

Incense of the God of Wine, Ungraterul I, thus to abure

Happy thrice, and thrice agen, 'The faire servant of the muse; - Happieft he of happy men. Dear friend, to whom I oft impart The choiceft secrets of my heart : An, what atonement can be made For fpotters innocence betray'd ? How fair, how lovely, did it thou Nowe Upon a Lady's favourite Spani. Like lily'd banks, or falling (now: But now, alas! become my prey,

.. niel. Not fioods can wash thy ftains away I Never bar

I Never bark'd when out of season, Yet this fmall comfort can I give

I never bit without a reason, That, wlien deffroy'd, thall make I ne'er infylted weaker brother, • thee live.

or wrong'd by force or fraud ano,-.

ther ;

Tho'brutes are plac'd a rank below, Epigram on a lady with ane l'appy for man could he say so.

eyes and a bad voice. T UCETTA's charms our hearts La surprize

An Enigmatical List of Young 4a. At once with love and wonder ; She bears Jove's lighting in her eyes

dies in Plymouth.

THREE fifths of an ureful mis But in her voice histuuodefi

1 chine, and three fourths of a

poetical compofitio:). For the Bofton Magazine * 2. Three fourths of a splendid garM-fire Printers,

meot. ball of a winged mufician, and Please to infort, in your nex: Mi half of wliat ladies use about their

gazine, the soilowjog lines in SOM drecs.
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3 Stuff for a night gown, Aowered COMNE levis! quanquam certil: and polithed. firía mortis innaga.

4. An ornament of a thip's howConsortem cupio te tamen efie tori. Sorit, and what a new married lidx Mima quies, opiata veni! napi fic fine longs for.

5 A rearon peculiarly celebrated Vivere quem fuave est, sic fine norte by the poets. mori!

6. The emblem of innocence.

DAMON. ** A trarillation is requerer.

vita

Translation of the Preliminary Arti- shall be fipulated by the fifth article

fles of Peace, between his Britannic of the prefent treaty. Majesty, and the Most Chriftian Art. III. His Moft Chriftian Ma. King, Ggoed at Versailles, the zoth jesty, in order to prevent quarrels of January, 1783.

which have hitherto arlen between In the name of the Mof Holy Trini the two nations of England and

France, renounces the right of timing, THE King of Great Britain, and which belongs to him by virtue of the

I the Mott ChriftianKing, equally said article of the treaiy of Utrecht, animated witn a defire of putting an from Cape Bonavista to Cape St. John, end to the calamities of a deftructive situated on the easiero coast of Newwar, and of re establifhing union and foundiand, in about 50 degrees of good underfadding between them, as.. north latitude ; whereby the French necessary for the good of mankind in fishery Mall commence at the said general, as for that of their respe&ive Cape Sr. John, thall go round by the kiozdoms, ftates, and subjects, have north, and, going down the western nuoed for this purpose, viz. On the coast of the itland of Newfoundland, part of his Britannic Majesty, Mr. Thail have for boundary the place Alleyne Fitz-Herbert, Minister Plc. called Cape Raye, situated in 47 denipotentiary of his said Majefty, the grees 50 minutes latitude. King of Great Britain ; and on the Art. IV. The French fishermen part of his Moft Chriftian Majesty, Hall enjoy the filery affigned them Charles Gravier Compte de Vergen by the foregoing article, as they have nes, counsellor in all his councils, a right to enjoy it by virtue of the commander of his orders, counselior treaty of Utrecht. of Atate, minister and secretary of Ari. V. His Britannie Majesty will? fate, and of the commands and finan- çede in full right to his Most Chriftia ces of his said Majesty for the depirt an Majefty the inands of St. Pierre ment of foreign affairs ; who, after and M quelon. having duly communicated to each Art, VI. With regard to the right pober iheir full powers in good form, of fishing in the Gulph of St. Lau. have agreed on the following prelimi. rence, the French hall continue to nary articles : ..

enjoy it conformably to the fifth arArt. 1. As soon as the prelimina ticle of the treaty of Paris. ries shall be figned and ratified, fincere Art. VII. The King of Great Brifriendfhip hall be re-established be- tain Mall refore to France the island in een his Britannic Majefty and his of St. Lucia, and shall cede and guaMost Christian Majesty, their king. rantee to her that of Tobago. doms, ftates and subjects, by rea and Art. VIII. The Mof Chriftian by land, in all parts of the world: King Mall reftore to Great Britain, orders thall be sent to the armies, and the inlands of Grenada, and the Gre: squadrons, as well as to the subjects tadines, St. Vincent's, Dominica, St. of the two powers, to fop all hoftili. Christopher's, Nevis, and Montser. ties, and to live in the moft perfect rat ; and the fortresses of those islands un 100, forgetting what is passed, of conquered by the arms of Great Briwhich their Sovereigns give them the rain, and by those of France, Mall order and example ; and for the exe. he rellored in the same condition in cution of this article, le passes Tall which they were when the conquellt be given on each side for the thips of them was made ; provided that the which thall be dispatched to carry the term of eighteen months, to be com• news of it to the poffeffions of the puted from the time of the ratification said powers.

of the defaicive treaty, shall be grant. Art. II. His Majesty the King of ed to the rerpeftive subjects of the Great Britain mall preserve in full crowo of Great Britain and France, sign the Band of Newfoundland, and who may have settled in the said ine adjacentlands, in the same man islands, and in other places which ner as the whole was ceded to him by thall be restored tsy che definitive treaile 13t5 articl: of the treaty of ty, to sell their eftates, recover their Lirechi, Save the exceptions which debts, and transport their effede,

and

and retire without being 'reftrained on and Bahour ; and, as a 'dependeney' account of their relig on, or any round Karıcal, the four contiguous other caure whatever, except in cases Magind i of debt, ur of criminal prosecutions.. Art. XV. France that again enter · Art. IX. The Kig of Great Bri- into poffeffion of Marie, and of the taso ihall cece aod guaranty, in full the Carnproir, at Surat ; and the ngot, to bis Mott Coristan M jeity, French thall carry on commerce in the river of Senegal, and its devenden- this part of India, conformably to the cies, with the forts of St. Louis, Po principles laid down in the thirteenth dor, Galam, Arguin, and Portende; art cle of this treaty. bus Britannic Majesty shall reflore X VI In care France has allies in likewise tiie fland of Guree, wnch India, they shall be invited, as well thait be given up in the condition in as those of Great Britain, to accede which it was when the British arms to the present pacification; and, for took pofíeflion of it.

• that purpose, a term of four months, Art. x. The M in Christian King to be computed from the day on Mall, on his side, guaranty to his Ma- which the proposal Mall be made to* je tty the King of Great Britain, the them, thall be allowed them to make potfellion of fort James, and of the their decision ; and in case of refusal Tiver Gmbia.

I on their part, their Britannic and • AI.XI. In order to prevent all Moft Chritian Majefties agree, notdiscussion in that part of one world, to give them any affiftaoce, diredly the two courts Mall agree, either by or indirealy, agamft the Britih or the defestive treaty, or by a separate French poffeffions, or against the anact, apon te boundaries to be fixed cient poffeffivos of their respective alto their respective poffeffions. The lies ; and their faid Majeft e. thall ofgum trade thall be carried on a future, fer them the r good effices towards a® as the English and French nations mutual arcnmm dat on. carried it on in the year 1755.

Art. XVII. The King of GreatArt. XII. In regard to toe ret of Britain, delirous of g ving his Moft the coafts of Africa, the subj-cts of Christian Majesty a fincere proof of both powers shall continue to frequent reconciliation and friendship, and of tbein ; according to the cuftom which contributing to the rolidity of the has prevailed hitherto.

peace which is on the point of being ait, XIII. The King o' Great Bri- re-eftabl thed, will consent to the atajo thail restore to his Moft Chrifti: brogation and suppreffion of all the an Majefty all the establishments articles relative to Dunkirk, from which belonged to him at the com- the treaty of peace concluded at mencement of the present war on tbe Utrecht, in 1713 inclusively, to this coast of Orixa, and in Bengal, with time. liberty to surroundChanderoagor with Art. XVIII. By the definitive treaa ditcn for draining the waters; and ty, all those who have exifted till his Britannic Majesty engiges to take now between the two bigh contractSuch measures as may be in his pow. ing parties, and which thall not have er, for securing to the subjects of been derogated from, either by the France in that part or India, as also sa d treaty, or by the present prelimion the coasts of Orixa, Coromandel nary treaty, mall be renewed and and Malabar, a fate, free and inde confirmed': and the two courts shall pendeat trade, such as was carried on Dame commiffioners to eoquire into by the late French East India Com. the fate of commerce between the paoy, whether it be carried on by two nations, in order to agree upon them as individuais, or as a compa. new arrangements of trade, on the

footing of reciprocity and mutual Art. XIV. Pondicherry, as well as convenience. The said two courts Kurcal, thall likewise be restored shall together amicably fix a comaod guaranteed to France; and his perent term for the duration of that Britannic Majesty shall procure, to business. serve as a dependency round Pondi. Art. XIX. All the countries and cherry, the two districts of Valadour territories which may have been or

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which may be conquered, in any immediately after the ratification of part of the world whatever, by the the definitive treaty, without ransom, arms of his Britannic Majesty, or by and on paying the debıs they may those of his Moft Chrifliau Majtity, have contracted during their captiviand woich are not included in the ty ; and each crown thali respectively presen articles, thall be reitored reimburse the sums which thall have without difficulty, and without re- been advanced for the subfiltence and quiring compeolation.

maintenance of their prisoners, by tne Art, XX As it is oecessary to afliga sovere go if the country where they a fixed epocb for the reftitutions and Thall have been detained, according the evacuations to be made by each to the receipts and attested accounts of the high contracting parties, it is and other authentic titles, which Mall agreed, That the K 12 of Great Bri: be produced on each side. tan fhall cause to be evacuated the Art. XXII. In order to prevent ilands of St. Pierre and M quelon, all cauies of complaint and dispute three months after the ratification of which may arise on account of prizes the defiuitive treaty, or sooner if it can which may be made at sea after the be done ; St. Lucia, in the West In- figning of these preliminary articles, dies, andGoree in Africa,threə months it is reciprocally agreed, that the verafter the ratification of the definitive seis and effects woico muy he taken treaty, or sooner if it can be done. in the Channel and in the North The Kag of Great Britain mall, in Seas, after the space of twel'e days, like minner, at the end of taree to be computed from the rification months after the ra'ification of the of the present preliminary articles, definitive treaty, or sooner if it can fhall be restored on each side. be done, enter again into possesion

That the term thall be ome month of the illands of Grenada, ine Gre- from the Chapoel and the North nadines, St. Vincent, Dominica, St. Seas, as far as the Canary Iflands, inChristopher's, Nevis, and Montfer- clufively, whether in the Ocean or in Tat.

the Mediterranean. Two months, France Mhall be put in pofseflion of from the said Canary Islands, as far as the towns and comptoirs which are the EquinoctialLine or Equator. And reflored to her in the East Indies, and lastly, five months in all other parts of the territories which are procurod of the world, without any exception, for her, to serve as dependencies or any other more particular descriptoond Pondicherry and round Kiri- tion of time and place. cal, fix months after the ratification

Art. XXIII. The ratification of of the definitive treaty, or sooner if it the present preliminary articles fhall can be done.

be expediced in good and due form, Prance fall, at the end of the and exchanged in the space of one lame term of fix months, restore the month, or 1000er if it can be done, towns and territories which her arms to be compuied from the day of the may have taken from the English, or Signature of the present articles. their allies, in the East Indies.

In witness whereof, we the underIn copiequence wbereof, the ne written minifters plenipotentiary ceffary orders shall be sent by each of of his Britannic Majesty, and of the bigh contracting parties, with re his Most Cristian Majesty, by ciprocal pafsports for the ships which virtue of our respective full powhull carry them, immediately after ers, have signed the present prethe ratification of the definitive trea. Jiminary articles, and have caused

the real of our arms to be put Art. XXI. The prisoners made re thereto. {pectively by the arms of his Britanie Done at Versailles, the twentieth DIL Majesty, and his Most Ciorilian day of January, 1783. Majesty, by land and by sea, Mall he ALLEYNE FIT2 HERBERT. (L. 3.) teftored reciprocally and bona fide GRAVIER DE VERGENNES. (L. S.)

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