Treasure Island

Robert Anderson

(1770-1833 / Scotland)

Poems of Robert Anderson

1. A Character 9/23/2010
2. A Lesson To Youth 9/23/2010
3. A Reflection 9/23/2010
4. A Weyfe For Wully Miller 9/23/2010
5. Addressed To Mr. Wm. Bell Of Gilsland, W.M. And The Brethren Of St. Michael’s Lodge, Brampton 9/23/2010
6. An Address 9/23/2010
7. Andrew’s Younger Dowter 9/23/2010
8. Auld Marget 9/23/2010
9. Auld Robby Miller 9/23/2010
10. Barbary Bell 9/23/2010
11. Beggar Willy’s Lament 9/23/2010
12. Betty Brown 9/23/2010
13. Biddy 9/23/2010
14. Borrowdale Jwohnny 9/23/2010
15. Britannia’s Call 9/23/2010
16. Britons, United, The World May Defy 9/23/2010
17. Burgh Races 9/23/2010
18. Calep Crosby 9/23/2010
19. Canny Cummerlan 9/23/2010
20. Carel Fair 9/23/2010

An Address

SPOKEN BY MR. GRANT, IN CARLISLE, FOR THE BENEFIT OF MRS. JOHNSON, AND HER NUMEROUS FAMILY.

Enough of war! and all his hell--born train;
Britannia rides triumphant o'er the main;
And when sweet peace her olive branch displays,
Then, as in war, she gains all Europe's praise:
For all the glories conquest e'er could dart,
Are trifles, balanc'd with the feeling heart;
And all the honours wealth cou'd e'er bestow,

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