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THE
POEMS

OF

OSSIAN

THE

SON OF FINGAL.

TRANSLATED BY

JAMES MACPHERSON, Esq.

To which are prefixed,
DISSERTATIONS ON THE ERA AND POEMS OF OSSIAN

3mray's Edition.

We may boldly affign Offian a place among thofe, whofe works are
to laft for ages.

BLAIR.

And shalt thou remain, aged Bard! when the mighty have failed ?
But my fame shall remair, and grow like the oak of Morven; which
lifts its broad head to the forrn, and rejoices in the course of the wind.

BERRATHON,

VOL. II.,

EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB ENGRAVINGS.

GL ASGOW:
Printed by Chapman and Lang,
FOR J. IMRAY, BOOKSELLER,

1799.

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Bring, daughter of Toscar, bring the harp; the light of the song rises in Oflian's foul. It is like the field, when darkness covers the bills around, and the Mhadow grows flowly on thc plain of the sun.

THE WAR OF CAROS.

GLASGOW:

Printed by clayman and Lang,

FOR J. IMRAY, BOOKSELLER,

1799.

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