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Book_Addict: Happy birthday to English writer and poet William Lisle Bowles (September 24, 1762), author of "The Grave of the Last Saxon"(1822) et al.
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To Sir Walter Scott
Since last I saw that countenance so mild,
Slow-stealing age, and a faint line of care,
Had gently touched, methought, some features there;
Yet looked the man as placid as a child,
And the same voice,--whilst mingled with the throng,
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