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Sonnets, by various Auth
ON THE POPULAR SUPERSTITIONS
HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND;
CONSIDERED AS THE SUBJECT OF POETRY.
Inscribed to Mr. John Home. HOME! thou return’st from Thames, whose naiads
long Have seen thee lingering with a fond delay, Mid those soft friends whose hearts, some fu
ture day, Shall melt, perhaps, to hear thy tragic song. Go, not unmindful of that cordial youth
Whom, long endear'd, thou leavest by Lavant's Together let us wish him lasting truth [side; And joy untainted, with his
• A gentleman of the pame of Barrow, who introduced Ilome to Collins. VOL. III.