John Clarke-Whitfeld
(1770 - 1836)

Pleasant be thy rest
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Composed by Dr. John Clarke of Cambridge. London printed by PRESTON at his Wholesale Warehouses, 97 Strand. Where may be had their New Patent Piano Fortes, surpassing all others in Tone and Touch
Lyrics: Ossian (James MacPherson)

Pleasant be thy rest, O lovely beam!
Soon hast thou set on our hills, O Malvina.
But thou risest like the beam of the East
Among the spirit of thy friends
Where they sit in their stormy halls,
The chambers of the thunder.
Then come thou, O Malvina,
With all thy music come;
Lay Ossian in the plain of Lutha;
Let his tomb rise in the lovely field.