IMPROMPTU LINES ADDRESSED TO A FRIEND[?] ON HIS[?]ASKING THE AUTHOR FOR "A VERSE." (For the Sydney Gazette.)
You sue for a rhyme—what you ask [?]Twere ungrateful for me to deny; For easy and simple's the task, And true friendship I ne'er can deny[?] ...
THE BODY-SNATCHER. "I look down at his feet—but that's a fable." (From the New Monthly Magazine.)
[?]Poor Street-roamer! Is she dead? Ay:—She bides her weary head Safely in the ground at last; All her shame and grief are past: ...
When his present Majesty "William IV. served as a midshipman in the British navy, he was for some time on the coast of the North American colonies, then in a state of revolution, ...