Poems

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11.
Acrostic -- Eliza Hughes
E v'ry grace in her combine,
L ove and truth and friendship join,
I n one source without reserve,
Z ealous all her friends to serve,
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12.
The Vine & Oak, A Fable
A vine from noblest lineage sprung
And with the choicest clusters hung,
In purple rob'd, reclining lay,
And catch'd the noontide's fervid ray;
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13.
The Procession
The legislators pass along
A solemn, self-important throng!
Just raised from the common mass,
They feel themselves another class.
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14.
Careless Philosopher's Soliloquy
I rise when I please, when I please I lie down,
Nor seek, what I care not a rush for, renown;
The rattle called wealth I have learnt to despise,
Nor aim to be either important or wise.
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15.
The Ix Ode To Horace
HORACE.

While I was pleasing to your arms,
Nor any youth, of happier charms,
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16.
To The Memory Of Henry Welles Livingston
A gentle spirit now above
Once animated what lies here
Till heav'n announc'd in tenderest love
"Ascend Immortal to yon sphere."
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17.
An Elegy On The Death Of Montgomery Tappen
An elegy on the death of MONTGOMERY TAPPEN who dies at Poughkeepsie on the 20th of Nov. 1784 in the ninth year of his age.


The sweetest, gentlest, of the youthful train,
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18.
Apostrophe
Of RISPAH. (who had been the concubine of King SAUL) when DAVID hanged her children, because their father had done amiss.


From morn to eve from eve to rosy morn,
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19.
On My Sister Joanna's Entrance Into Her 33rd Year
On this thy natal day permit a friend -
A brother - with thy joys his own to blend:
In all gladness he would wish to share
As willing in thy griefs a part to bear.
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20.
Catharine Breese Livingston
Tombstone


I fondly nursed an opening rose,
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