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And plead the Senate's right,
Renown'd for martial skill;
And fallow Bunker's hill,
And future ages tell,
Heroic Warren fell,
Erewhile a Howe indignant rose,
Those glorious days are past :
And drives the furious blast.
Though darkness all the horizon shroud,
And brings it to the ground.
Around him Sydneys, Hampdens throng;
Can Roman zeal inspire ;
Catch his electrick fire.
• Lord Howe.
And defolate their coast?
With splendour marks his days; He falls,—the soldier,--patriot, --sage! His name illumes th' historick
page, Crown'd with immortal praise
*"We can retire beyond the reach of your navy, and without any tensible diminution of the necessaries of life, enjoy a luxury, which from that period you will want; the luxury of being free."
The Address of tbe swelve United Provinces to the Inhabitant; of Great Britain.
+ When every thing was prepared, the General waited the o;) portunity of a Snow-storm to carry his design into execution being obliged to take a circuit, the signal for the aitack was given, and the garrison alarmed before he reached the place ; however, presling on, he forced the firft barrier, and was just opening to atSempt the second, when he was unfortunately killed.”
Congress Account of the A&ion, Debrer's Remembrancer.
General Montgomery. Vol. II.
Brighten the chain, the wampum tie,
And hail the festive hour;
Arm'd with attraction's power,
Canadians fcorn your vile behest, *
And freedom's banner waves ;
And fink again to flaves ?
No more will kings court Britain's smiles,
No more her virtues charın :
And by the Bravo's arm.
• THE CANADA, OR LAWYER'S Bull.
To spread war's dire alarms;
And gloriously aspire ;
And teach presumptuous kings,
Her genial suris refine ;