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Verses on the Marriage of a Certain Amiable Couple.

1 MAY William and his Charlotte live
2 Free from corroding care,
3 May all delights the stars can give
4 Attend the happy pair;
5 May every tender passion reign,
6 Unrivall'd in each breast,
7 And free from anguish, free from pain,
8 Still blessing, and still blest.
9 May balmy peace their mansion shield,
10 And angels be their guard,
11 May Heaven repeated blessings yield,
12 Their virtues to reward.

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Title (in Source Edition): Verses on the Marriage of a Certain Amiable Couple.
Author: Anonymous
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Genres: epithalamion

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Young Lady, fl. 1790. Poems on Several Occasions. Dublin: W. Porter, 1790, p. 7. 14p. (ESTC T197405)

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