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IN TWO VOLUMES.
By W. WORDSWORTH.
Quam nihil ad genium, Papiniane, tuum!
PRINTED FOR T. N.LONGMAN AND O. REES, PATERNOSTER-ROW,
BY BIGGS AND CO. BRISTOL.
Hart leap Well
'Tis said that some have died for love, &c.
Inscription for the Spot where the Hermitage stood
on St. Herbert's Island, Derwent-Water
Lines written with a Slate-Pencil upon a Stone, &c. 117
Lines written on a Tablet in a School
Hart Leap Well is a small spring of water, about five miles from Richmond in Yorkshire, and near the side of the road which leads from Richmond to Askrigg. Its name is derived from a remarkable chace, the memory of which is preserved by the monuments spoken of in the second Part of the following Poem, which monuments do now exist as I have there described them.
The Knight had ridden down from Wensley moor
He turn'd aside towards a Vassal's door,
And, "Bring another Horse!" he cried aloud.
"Another Horse!"-That shout the Vassal heard,