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WANDERING WILLIE.
Wil-lie went out one morn-ing,
The first of the sun to see ;
He heard the riv-u-let? laugh-ing, 2
"I fol-low you home," said he.
The riv-er had run for a thou-sand years,

Willie had liv-ed for three.3
rivulet, a little river or stream. Flaughing, the noise made by the water.
3three years.

Down by the sing-ing riv-er4
The rush-es had made their bed ;
“Tis me to be king of the cas-tle ;"
Said Will, with a haugh-tyø head.
He shoul-dered? a reed as a sen-try's gun,

Pac-ing with mar-tial tread. 9
4singing river, the water made a pleasant noise. brushes, a very large kind
of grass growing hy the river side. Chaughty, proud. ?shouldered, carried on
his shoulder. 8 sentry, a watchman, who often carries a gun. opacing with
martial tread, walking like a soldier.

Old mother sheepło was feed-ing-
“What brings him, that boy, this way?"
She slow-ly came after Wil-lie,
The war-ri-orll edg-ed a-way ;'
The one that was dumb13 was in earn-est14 then,

Nei-ther en-joyed15 the play.
10 mother sheep, a sheep with her young lambs. 11warrior, soldier 12edged
away, moved slowly away. 13dumb, the sheep was dumb. ' 14in earnest, not
playing. 15 enjoyed, liked.

“This is the gi-ant,”16 said Wil-lie.
And I am the val-i-ant knight ;17
If only hele would not come quite so close,
I think I should like to fight.'
The sheep followed clos-er, and clos-er yet;

Wil-lie grew white with fright.
16giant, who lived in the castle. invaliant knight, brave soldier. 18he, the
giant, that is the sheep. 9fright, fear.

Over the hedge went Wil-lie,
And into the ditch20 fell he;
The ground it was soft and no limb was scarred, 21
Save 2 only one dim-pleda3 knee.
“This is the mor-tal com-bat,24

And I am the slain,"25 said he. 20ditch, the channel for water at the bottom of the hedge. 2) scarred, bruised, hurt, the skin scrubbed off. 22 save, only. 23dimpled, little and fat. stmortal combat, battle in which some one is killed. 26slain, killed.

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Carry me home, ye mai-dens,"26
As nurse with a frown27 ap-pears ;28
“I am a wea-ry29 pil-grim,30
Lost for a hun-dred years.'
Moments,"31

says nurse se-rene-ly,32
She may have had pri-vate fears.33

No-body mis-sed me!” cried Wil-lie ;

The he-ro34 dis-solved in tears.3 26 maidens, young girls. 27 frown, angry look. 28 appears, was seen (by Willie). 29 weary, tired. 30 pilgrim, a wanderer. 31 moments, minutes. 2 serenely, quietly. 33 private fears, nurse was afraid Willie was lost. 3t hero, brave one. 36 dissolved in tears, began to cry.

Miss Williams.

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A FAREWELL.)
My fair-est child, I have no song to give you ;

No lark could pipe to skies so dull and grey ;3
Yet ere* we parts one les-son I can leave you

For every day.
Be good, sweet maid, and let who will be clever ;

Do no-ble things, not dream them, all day long;
And so make life, death, and that vast for ever?

One grand, sweet song. 1 farewell, good bye. 2pipe, sing. 3dull and grey, dark looking, stormy. 4ere, before. 6 part, separate. Enoble things, good things. ?vast for ever, life in heaven.

Charles Kingsley, born 1819, died 1875.

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Hulme Hall Road, Manchester.

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