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And how these merry bells may ring
Or with the larum call
Dun-Edin's leaguer'd wall.
Lord Marmion, I say nay:
But thou thyself shalt say, When joins yon host in deadly stowre, That England's dames must weep in bower,
Her monks the death-mass sing; For never saw'st thou such a power
Led on by such a King."
And now, down winding to the plain,
And there they made a stay.-
In the succeeding lay.
When dark December glooms the day,
1 This accomplished gentleman, the well-known coadjutor of Mr. Canning and Mr. Frere in the "Antijacobin," and editor of “Specimens of Ancient English Romances," &c., died 10th April 1815, aged 70 years ; being succeeded in his estates by his brother, Charles Ellis, Esq., created in 1827 Lord Seaford,