... a good air and seat, with a very convenient house near to my friends, and a little parish not exceeding the compass of my weak voice. ... Yet, with all humble and dutiful thanks to my Lord Primate, for his kind and good opinion of me, on the other side, I consider the end ... If I may be of any better use to my country, or to Goda#39;s church, or of any better service to our common Master, I must close mine eyesanbsp;...
|Title||:||Emmett, the Irish patriot; and other poems|
|Author||:||M. E. DUDLEY|