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IX. Vi et armis, the lover maintains, A forcible entry takes place ; To chambers she hies and retains Serjeant ****** to open her case. MANCHESTER FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, I. You have heard of brave Manchester town, Once famous for smallwares and checks ; Cotton dealers turnd, now they run down To Liverpool ; breaking their necks. There stood an old building of stone, As big as a country church, Grammar school it was call'd by the town, And fam'd for Greek, Latin, and birch. Fol de rol. &c. o8 POST...HUMOUS SONGS. II. Many lads from all parts in those days, Botli sons of mechanics, and gentry ; Who had heard of old Lawson's great praise In the classics here made their first entry. ''Mongst the rest, as a Manchester lad, I was taught the eight parts of speech ; What my caput refused to contain, Harry Jackson whip't into my breech. Fol de rol, &c, III. My propria quae maribus, then Stern Jackson, severus virorum ; Driird in at all points with his cane, Till I roarM for protection divorum ! " Pavi excipe pastum, " I felt As I pars'd ev'ry verb in quae genus ; Argument Baculinum, he dealt Oh !