Poems of Thomson the Poet. tween his first rude essays and the production of those noble poems which have immortalized ... Down upon easy moss himself he lays, And sings some charming Shepherdtna#39;: praise. vat. ... From which circumstance it is reasonable to suppose, that at whatever period it was written, it contained, what the Poet conceived to be, the best of his pieces. ... aWintera was written previous to this periotl, during the vacations, when Thomson retired from Edinburgh toanbsp;...
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