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[ALL Europe has been thrown into consternation by the news of the barbarous destruction by the Turks of the Greeks of the island of Scio. Nearly 100 heads of the principal families have been deliberately murdered at Scio and Constantinople; and the whole Greek population of the island, amounting to 100,000 souls, are said to have been massacred, with every circumstance of wanton cruelty. The following verses on this horrid atrocity are taken from the Morning Chronicle, which it is but justice to that journal to say, has recently displayed in its political speculations a very ardent and spirit of freedom. ED.]


Fair Scio! where that beauteous dawn


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Then laugh'd thy valleys and thy blos-
som'd fields,
And the clear

wave flow'd musical

around ;-
Oh! then the Hymn of Liberty was heard,
Swelling in grandeur on the island.

Not like that syren-song ULYSSES fled,
Subduing Virtue by a sweet deceit,
Enchantingly inglorious; but so tun'd
To holy themes and manliness of thought,
As breath'd a gen'rous vigour, and the

Of gallant deeds, like Glory's charmed

Then rose the Spirit of the awful lyre-
The sightless Bard of an immortal song-

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burst the bonds of Ignorance, and


Its ghastly terrors from the soaring mind.

Barbarian hands have smote thee.-In

the hour

Of peace their rushing wrath swept o'er the land,

Wing'd, like the Simoom, suddenly for

Steeping grey hairs in blood-giving the
Of youth to torture-and the beauteous

Of Grecian maidens to the spoiler's
This England saw, and felt not!-Chris-
tian land!

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[From the Calcutta Journal, No. 208.] False Love's like a rose bud; While fresh with spring dew "Tis sweet in its fragrance

And bright in its hue;

But in Summer's red sun-beam
Its loveliness flies,

In the dark blights of autumn,
It withers, it dies.-
False Love's like a rainbow
Which glitters on high,
As a seraph's bright path

In his own native sky;
It may cheer, for a moment,
But clouds come again,
And the brief glories vanish,
Midst darkness and rain.
The rose bud I gather'd,

Is wither'd and dead ;-
The rainbow I worship'd
In tempests hath fled.-



[From the Calcutta Journal, No. 221.]

And art thou gone-thou Victim of the Rock,

Where late imprisoned, as in felon cage, They chained to awful rest thy giant


And fetter'd thee to death? Dread Mover of the World,


bade it tremble at the scathing


Of meteor-prowess, quenchless and unstayed;

Till fearful Monarchs leagued them, and


The flags of gather'd nations, to upbraid Thee, with their crush'd ambition!-All alone,

Like thy loved Eagle, toweringly on high, Thou wert the mark of millions:-Mighty One!

Thou saw'st embattled Europe as it rose, With but one awful aim-to work thy

close :

Thou wert not seen to quail at danger nigh,

Tho' sceptred foemen, with imperial pride,

Stalk'd threat'ning to the fight, with my-
riads at their side.

They came and crush'd thee :-
there was joy,


riot mirth and triumph; for the


That singly sunk before thee, or in


High citadell'd afar, sat fearfully, Waiting thy very glance, that frown'd but to destroy :

Yes, there was merriment, and boastings high,

For each now nerved his soul, to look on thee,

And face for once his dreaded Enemy!And then rose insult,-such as dastards weak

Are wont upon the fetter'd foe to wreak :

They cast thy rival name from out the roll

Of regal brotherhood:-oh-this were well!

"Twere meet to blot that name-to tear the scroll

Where it shone best and brightest, to expel

Thine honours from the field, where their poor deeds

but Were, in the Earth's wide scene,

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was mean

To tax thy soul with cowardice, and say, That when thy foemen hemmed thee in between,

Thou hadst not Cato's pride to burst away!

Nay, thou wert bolder still-'twere direr far

To dare the couflict of the bosom's warTo face-not fear thyself, when all it prized,

Its empire and its honours, passed from day;

And thou wert left alone,-stript,-undisguis'd,

In nakedness of man, to mark the pride Of rivals, who uprose when thou wert gone,

And revelled in thy ruin!-Peace to


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But never-never can that glance forget! Calcutta, August 8, 1821.


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June 17, at his house in Manchester Square, the Marquis of HERTFORD, K. G., late Lord High Chamberlain of the King's Household, and Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of Warwickshire and Antrim. He was born in 1743, and is succeeded by his only son, the Earl of Yarmouth. He was advanced to the Marquisate in 1793, and was 79 years of age. He had been in a declining state of health for upwards of two years, but within the last ten days the decay had been rapid, and latterly his memory appeared to be wholly gone. The present Marquis succeeds to the vast wealth as well as to the titles of the deceased. The entailed estates are estimated at little short of 90,000l. per annum.

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