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IRISH MELODIES.

Prefatory Letter on Music

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Go where Glory waits thee .

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War Song. Remember the Glories of
Brien the Brave

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Erin ! the Tear and the Smile in

thine Eyes

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Oh! Breathe not his Name

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When he who adores thee

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The Harp that once through Tara's

Halls

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Fly not yet

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Ou! think not my Spirits are
always as Light

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Though the last Glimpse of Erin
with Sorrow I see

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Rich and Rare were the Gems she

wore

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As a Beam o'er the Face of the

Waters may glow .

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The Meeting of the Waters

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St. Senanus and the Lady .

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How dear to me the Hour
Take back the Virgin Page
The Legacy.
How oft has the Benshee cried

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We may roam through this World 203
Eveleen's Bower

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Let Erin remember the Days of Old 205

The Song of Fionnuala .

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Come, send round the Wine

Sublime was the Warning

206

Believe me, if all those Endearing

Young Charms

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Erin, o Erin

Drink to her

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Oh! Blame not the Bard

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While Gazing on the Moon's Light . 209

Ill Omens

Before the Battle

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After the Battle

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'Tis Sweet to think

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The Irish Peasant to his Mistress 212

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IRISH MELODIES continued.

THE TWOPENNY Post BAG.

Ne'er ask the Hour

242 Preface

283

Sail on, sail on.

243 Preface to the Fourteenth Edition 284

The Parallel .

Letter I.-From the Pr-nc-9

Drink of this Cup

244 Ch—e of Wg to the Lady

The Fortune teller.

245 B-rb-a A-shl-y

286

Oh, ye Dead.

Letter II.- From Colonel M'M-h-n

O'Donoghue's Mistress

246

to G-d Fr-nc-8 L-kcie, Esq. 287

Echo

247 Letter III.- From G. R. to the

Oh! banquet not

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E- of Y-

289

Thee, thee, only thee

248 Letter IV.-Froin' the Right Hon.

Shall the Harp then be silent?

P<tr>ck DỮg_n_n to the

Oh, the Sight entrancing

Right Hon. Sir J-hn N-ch-1 . 290

Sweet Innisfallen.

250 Letter V.- From the Countess Dow-

'Twas one of those Dreams.

ager of C-to Lady

291

Fairest! put on awhile

251 Letter VI.-From Abdallah in Lon-

Quick! we have but a Second

252 don, to Mobassan in Ispahan 293

And doth not a Meeting like this

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Gazel

294

The Mountain Sprite .

Letter VII.-From Messrs. L-ck.

As vanquished Erin

254 -gt-n and Co, to

Esq. 294

Desmond's Song

254 Letter VIII.-From Colonel Th-m-8

They know not my Heart

to

Esq.

296

I wish I was by that dim Lake 255 Appendix

297

She sung of Love

256

TRIFLES.

Sing-sing-Music was given

257

The Insurrection of the Papers 302

CORRUPTION,

INTOLERANCE.

Parody of a Celebrated Letter . 303

AND

Anacreontic

306

(Two Poems.)

Extracts

Preface

306

258

Corruption

Epigram

307

260

Intolerance

King Crack and his Idols

307

267

Appendix.

What's my Thought like

308

271

Epigram

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THE SCEPTIC.

Wreaths for the Ministers

Preface

Epigram

309

273

The Sceptic

Horace, Ode xi. Lib. ii.

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274

Horace, Ode xxii. Lib. i.

A SELECTION FROM

The new Costume of the Ministers 312

THE SONGS IN

Correspondence.

313

M.P.; OR, THE BLUE STOCKING.

Occasional Address

Boat Glee

314

279

The sale of the Tools

• 'Tis sweet to behold when the bil.

Little Man and little Soul

lows are sleeping’

316

279

"When Lelia touched the lute'

Reinforcements for Lord Wellingion 317

279

'Young Love lived once in an humble

Horace, Ode i. Lib iii.

Horat. Lib. i. Ode xxxviii.

shed'

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280

Impromptu

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"Spirit of joy, thy altar lies'

280

* To sigh, yet feel no pain

Lord Wellington and the Ministers

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'Dear aunt, in the olden time of love' 280 SACRED SONGS.

. When Charles was deceived by the

Thou art, O God

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maid he loved'

281 This World is all a Fleeting Show 320

*When life looks lone and dreary 281 Fall'n is thy Throne

321

Cupid's Lottery

281 Who is the Maid

Though sacred the tie that our

The Bird let loose .

322

country entwineth'

282 O Thou who dry'st the Mourner's Tear 322

Oh think, when a hero is sighing' 282 Weep not for those

322

• Mr Orator Puff had two tones in his

The turf shall be my Fragrant Shrine 323

voice'

282 Sound the Loud Timbrel

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576 Love, my Mary, dwells with

two Birds of

Love's Light Summer Cloud

579 Love, Wandering through the

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SACRED Songs, continued.

FUDGE FAMILY IN PARIS—continued.

Go, let me weep

324 Letter XII.- From Miss Biddy Fudge

Come not, O Lord.

325

to Miss Dorothy

Were not the sinful Mary's Tears. 325

As down in the Sunless Retreats 325 NATIONAL AIRS.

But who shall see.

326 Advertisement

494

Almighty God

326 A Temple to Friendship.

494

Oh fair ! oh purest

327 Flow on, thou Shining River

495

Angel of Charity

327 All that's bright must fade

495

Behold the Sun

327 So warmly we met

495

Lord, who shall bear that Day

Those Evening Bells

495

Oh! teach me to love Thee

328 Should those Fond Hopes

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Weep, Children of Israel

329 Reason, Folly, and Beauty.

496

Like Morning, when her Early Breeze 329 Fare thee well, thou Lovely One! 496

Come, ye Disconsolate

329 Dost thou remember?

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Awake, arise, thy Light is come 330 Oh ! come to me when Daylight sets 497

There is a Bleak Desert

330 Oft, in the Stilly Night .

497

Since first Thy Word.

331 Hark! the Vesper Hymn is Stealing 498

Hark! 'tis the Breeze

331 Love and Hope.

498

Where is your Dwelling, ye Sainted . 332 There comes a Time

498

How lightly mounts the Muse's Wing 332 My Harp has one Unchanging Theme 499

Go forth to the Mount

333 Oh ! no-not e'en when first we loved 499

Is it not sweet to think hereafter ? 333 Peace be around thee

499

War against Babylon

334 Common Sense and Genius.

499

Then, fare thee well

500

LALLA ROOKH.

Gaily sounds the Castanet

500

The Veiled Prophet of Khorassan

339

Love is a Hunter Boy

500

Paradise and the Peri

392 Come, chase that Starting Tear away 500

The Fire Worshippers

404 Hear me but once.

501

The Light of the Haram

437 Joys of Youth, how Fleeting!

501

When Love was a Child .

501

THE FUDGE FAMILY IN PARIS.

Say, what shall be our Sport To-day ? 501

Preface

458 Go, then—'tis vain

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Letter 1.- From Miss Biddy Fudge Bright be thy Dreams

502

to Miss Dorothy of Clonskilty, The Crystal Hunters

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in Ireland.

459 Row Gently Here

502

Letter II.-From Phil. Fudge, Esq., Oh! Days of Youth

503

to the Lord Viscount Ch

461 When first that Smile

503

Letter III.-From Mr. Bob Fudge Peace to the Slumberers !

503

to Richard -- Esq.

463 When thou shalt wander

Letter IV.-From Phelim Connor to

Who'll buy my Love Knots ?

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466 See, the Dawn from Heaven

504

Letter V.–From Miss Biddy Fudge Nets and Cages .

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to Miss Dorothy

468 When through the Piazzetta

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Letter VI.-From Phil. Fudge, Esq., Go, now, and Dream

505

to his brother Tim Fudge, Esq.,

Take hence the Bowl.

Barrister-at-law.

472 Farewell, Theresa !

506

Letter VII.- From Phelim Connor How oft, when Watching Stars 506

to —-

475 When the first Summer Bee

Letter VIII.—From Mr. Bob Fudge Though 'tis all but a Dream

506

to Richard Esq. .

478 'Tis when the Cup is Smiling

IX.-From Phil. Fudge, Esq., Where shall we Bury our Shame ? 507

to the Lord Viscount C-st--gh 481 Ne'er talk of Wisdom's Gloomy

Letter X.-From Miss Biddy Fudge

Schools

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to Miss Dorothy

485 Here sleeps the Bard

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Letter XI.-From Phelim Connor

to

488 A MELOLOGUE UPON NATIONAL MUSIC 508

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