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PHILOSOPHUS AND PHILARGYRUS.
TREÁSURES of únsunned gold !
Where? where? Oh, whére? Show me the place; I 'll dig and with thee sháre.
Here, read this book; Gods, that the precious prize Should lié till now unspied by mortal eyes!
No word of it hére; in vain through all the book,
Why, it ’s in every page and every line;
I don't like ríddles and still less like jokes.
CARLSRUHE, Jan, 27, 1856.
How good must be the author of all goodness!
And oh, how green the sówer of all gráss!
There is no trúth but móral truth, th' accordance
Go tó! go tó! then, thoú that seek'st essential,
To eách age, sex and circumstance and station
Go, reader, then, and to thy moral truth
CARLSRUHE, Febr. 5, 1856.
TO MY LOST ONE. *
As long as I had thee, thou dearly loved flower,
CARLSRUHE, Jan. 14, 1856.
* See page 181 of this volume and DIRGE FOR THE XIII. DEC. MDCCCLII. in My Book.
Line 7 from bottom, instead of delirium read Delirium
Last line, instead of East. read west. Page 118. Last line, after that and after advancement supply comma. Page 149. First and second line, instead of Éven read Even Page 173. Line 3 from bottom, dele comma. Page 197. Line 2 from top, after sún and after sets supply comma. Page 204. Line 9 from top, after play est supply comma. Page 237. Line 9 from bottom, instead of future, read future;
Dresden, printed by C. C. MEINHOLD AND Sons.
[Titles are printed in capital letters, first lines in ordinary type.]