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'Who, aiming at the shortest road to fame,
THOMAS BOSWORTH, 215 REGENT STREET
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280. k. 181.
This little Book being the Sequel to a former series of similar compositions, the Editors have not thought it necessary to prefix any explanatory notice on the subject of Acrostics. Should any beginners, however, wish for instructions, they are referred to the Preface in ‘Double Acrostics by Various Authors,' where the subject is very clearly and simply explained.
A. E. H.
1 Names dear to memory in England's story,
United, see her hope of future glory. 1. Sweet Princess, may thy wedded lot be blest ! 2. A lion heart is by this name expressed. 3. 'Tis in your hand, and yet ’tis in the sky. 4. It may
it may be by-and-by. 5. He seeks fresh countries each succeeding year. 6. Dark sibyl ! now thy mystic voice we hear.
A true tale often falsely told-
Keeping silver for the old.
But the bitter meaning's clear.
Gladly got-if large, most gladly.