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The poetry by Mrs. Robinson. No. 1. Is it in mansions rich and gay, That nature owns the wintry day, On downy beds, or couches warm, And shrinks to hear the howling storm. [?]! No!

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The poetry by Mrs. Robinson. No. 1. Is it in mansions rich and gay, That nature owns the wintry day, On downy beds, or couches warm, And shrinks to hear the howling storm. [?]! No!