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ERRATA. In the Glee, “ Are the white hours for ever fled," Page 5, in the second line, for make read mark.

In the Glee, “ Arise ye winds," in the 9th line, for Cruel, ah! how he swore, read Cruel, ah! cruel how he swore-and in the 11th and 12th lines, for

Next to the powers divine,
But see, O God of love ! men's treachery:

read
Next to the powers divine but see,

O God of love ! men's treachery :
The Madrigal, “O sing unto my roundelaie,” is the Composition of
Mr. Samuel Wesley, and not of Mr. Webbe, to whom it is given by
mistake, in Page 228.

“ Come live with me and be my love," the Poetry was written by Christopher Marlow, and not by Wm. Shakspeare, see Page 45.

If love and all the world were young,” the Poetry was written by Sir Walter Raleigh, (but they were published by Bell, under the name of Shakspeare, in a work of his Poems :) See ENGLAND'S HELICON.

“What shaft of fate,” Page 372, by Mr.'s. Wesley, has been inserted by mistake as a Glee for Four Voices, but it is a Song by that Gentleinan, with a Piano-forte Accompaniment.

PRINTED BY THE PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETY,

ST. GEORGE'S FIELDS.

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