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Pub Mar 28og byernor & HoodPoulby, J.Sore; &J.Craig, chapel Pantan ROBTBURNS & NANSE TINNOCK, the HOSTESS at MAU CHLINE.

Fell yon guid buid v'auld Boconnocks,
TU be his debt twa mashlum bon nocks,
An drink his health in audit tanse Dinnocks,

cline times a week.

Vide Eamestay & prayt.

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VIEWS IN NORTH BRITAIN,

ILLUSTRATIVE

OF THE

WORKS

OP

ROBERT BURNS.

ACCOMPANIED WITH .

Descriptions,

AND A SKETCH OF THE POET'S LIFE.

BY JAMES STORER AND JOHN GREIG.

Rear high thy bleak majestic hills,

Thy shelter'd valleys proudly spread;
And Scotia, pour thy thousand rills,

And wave thy heaths with blossoms red :
But never more shall poet tread

Thy airy heights, thy woodland reign,
Since he, the sweetest bard, is dead,

That ever breath'd the soothing strain.

LONDON:

Printed by J. Swan, 76, Fleet Street,
AND PUBLISHED BY VERNOR AND HOOD, POULTRY ;
JAMES STORER AND JOHN GREIG, ENGRAVERS,
CHAPEL STREET, PENTON VILLE,

1805.

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