As far back into boyhood as the writers memory may intelligently go, the country poet is most pleasantly recalled. He was, and is, as common as the country fiddler, and as full of good old-fashioned music. Not a master of melody, indeed, but a poet, cei Who, through long days of labor. And nights devoid of ease, SU il heard in his soul the music Ofwonderful melodies. studies to reflect the real worth of this homely child of nature, and to echo faithfully, if possible, the faltering music of his song. In adding to this series, as the writer has, for many years, been urged to do, and answering as steadfast a demand of Ben .F.
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