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Come, chase that starting tear away my i
Beauty and Song, 307.
Fables for the Holy Alliance, 427. On Cloë and Susan, 233.
and Earth," li.
Cloris and Fanny, 57.
Cocker on Church Reform, 552.
College Exercises, Fragments of, 51.
Come hither, come hither, by night and
by day, 394.
Come o'er the sea, maiden, with me, 192
Come, play me that simple air agua.
Canova, his Venere Vincitrice, xlvii. Come, pray with me, my seraph love,
Come, rest in this bosom, my own
stricken deer, 195.
Come, send round the sine, 178.
Come, take my advice, 515.
Come, take the harp ; 'uis vain to muse,
Cashmere, nuptials of Lalla Rookh at, Come, ye disconsolate, where'er you
317. “Cashmere, the Vale of," sung
islets, 387. n. Mountain portal to the mad Tory and the, 542.
lake, 387. n. Roses of, 386. The Un- Common Sense and Genius. 9.
equalled Valley, 397. Superstitions of, Condolence, Epistle of:- From a Slave-
397. n. A holy land, 397. n. The Lord to a Cotton-Lord, 10,
into German of the “Little Man and sunny the lake of cool Cashmere," 350. Letters, 408. 414. 424.
Consultation, the, 548.
211. 214. 234, 235, 237. 279. 287. &c. seq. (See The Fudge Family, 402, et rend 527.
passim His departure for the Conti- Coolburga, or Koolburga, city of the
nent, 555, 556. See Satirical Poems, Deccan, 398.
Corn Question, the, 494. 507. lii.
Catholic Question, the, 522. 524. &c. Correspondence between a Lady and
Gentleman respecting Lar, 1**
Corruption, an Epistle, by an Irishman.
Caubul, or Caboul, gardens of, 394. 132–138.
Corry, Mr., his merit as an ar#*pat
comedian, xlviii, 456. To Jar.
Cotton and Corn, a dialogue, 53.
Chaldæans, astronomical notions of the Count me, on the summer trees (Ode
ancient, 471. n.
XIV. Anacreon), 14.
of Canova, xlvii.
Court Journal, the, 594.
Cousins, Country, News for, 51
Crabbe, the Poet, Verses on the 1:
stand of, 461.
Chatsworth, the Derbyshire ducal man- Crib, Tom, Epistle from, to Big Ben,
Cherries, a conserve in the East, 394. Critias om Athens, bis verses on As-
creon, 48. n.
Criticism, the genius of, 19.
Child's song: I have a garden of my Cross, the, an emblern of future in
Egyptian hieroglyphics, G19.64.15
Crowe, Rev. William, his porto vet,
Chinese, peculiar porcelain painting of Xxxvi. xxxix.
Crown of virgin martyrs, poisoned,
Chinese Bird of Royalty, the, or Fum,' n.
Crystal Hunters, the, 231.
Christ, the Saviour, 245, 247, 248. 250. Cupid arm'd, 308.
Cupid, poetical allusions to. 45. $42
224. 297.312. 314. Mode Love
Cupid, Sale of, by Meleager, 310.
Curious Fact, a, 528.
Curran, John Philpot, his pleasantry, Dream of Home, the, 302.
Eve, the second Angel describes her,
Dream of the Two Sisters, from Dante, 471. Alluded to by the third Angel,
Eveleen's bower, 177.
262. Second Evening, 270.
Ex-t-r, Henry of, to John of Tuam, 567.
Dreaming for ever, vainly dreaming, 316. Exeter Hall, the Reverends of, 596. 599.
Dreams, poetical mention of, 58. 230. Exquisites, 252. 357.
235. 237. 540.
Exile, the, 303.
Drinking Songs, &c., 174, 177, 178. 189. Extinguishers, the, 436.
207. 211. 214. &c.
Drink of this cup, 202.
Drink of this cup, Osiris sips, 625.
Fables for the Holy Alliance, 428.
Druids, and Druidical superstitions, 212, Fadladeen, great Nazir of the Haram
(in Lalla Rookh), his vanity, 319. et
seq. 385, 386.
His criticisms, 347.
Duke is the lad to frighten a lass, The, 356. 396. His recantation, 398.
Fairest ! put on awhile, 206.
Fairy boat, the, 276.
Faith, 247. 249.
East, poetical romances of the (Lalla Fall'n is thy throne, O Israel! 242.
Rookh), 319. 385-398.
Family-way, All in the; a pastoral, 496.
Fancy, prismatic dyes of, 443.
Fancy, various allusions to, 95. 108. 256.
Fanny, dearest ! 459.
Farce, the triumphs of, 576.
Egypt's dark sea, 244. The desolation Fare thee well, thou lovely one, 225.
Fare thee well, pertidious maid (Ode
Egyptians, the ancient; of the counte. LXXII. Anacreon), 44.
nance of the women, 612. n. Their Farewell ! - but whenever you welcome
the hour, 191.
Eldon, Lord Chancellor, conservative Farewell, Theresa, 234.
tears of, 498. 516. Nightcap of, 501. Fear not that, while around thee, 239.
at, 317. Splendours of the court and His Lordship on the Umbrella Ques- 359. 385. His song, 386. Dénoue.
atism (after Horace, Ode xxii. lib. I.), Ferdinand VII., Ode to King, 510.
Fête, the, at Boyle Farm, 252. See
His enthusiasm, xxx. His offence, LXII. Anacreon), 41.
Fill the bumper fair, 196.
Fin M'Cumhal, the Finians, and Fingal,
Fionnuala, the Song 178.
Fire-fly, To the, 119.
Fire-flies, 1(9. 214. 401. 480.
Epicureans, busts of the most celebrated Fire-worship of Persia and the East,
philosophers of their sect at Athens, 359. The persecuted Ghebers, 359.
Story, “The Fire-worshippers,"359_-
385. Vide Lalla Rookh.
Epigrams, by Mr. Moore, 83. 164, 165. Fitzgerald, the late Lord Henry, 252.
Fleetly o'er the moonlight snows, 317.
Epigrams of the Anthologia in praise of Flow on, thou shining river, 224.
Flowers, the language of, 309.
Epilogue, occasional, spoken by Mr. Fly and the bullock, the, 432.
Corry in the character of Vapid, after Fly from the world, O Bessy! to me, 69.
kenny theatre, 456. To the tragedy Anacreon), 34.
of Ina, 602.
Fly not yet, 'tis just the hour, 174.
Fly to the desert, fly with me, 395.
Flying fish, to the, 107.
Fontenelle, M., consistency of, 459.
Erin, poetical allusions to, 194, 195. 208. Fool's Paradise: Dream the First, 550.
For thee alone I brave the boundless
Erin, some political allusions to, 513. deep, 300.
Sce Ireland, et passim.
Forbes, Lady Adelaide, portrait of, 92.
Eternal life, ancient belief of an, 619. Forbes, to Lord ; from the city of
Forget not the field where they perished, Gondolas and gondoliers, 226. 231. 233. Heathcote, to Lady:-on a ring found at
Tunbridge Wells, 100,
Hebe, The Fall of :-a dithyrambic ode,
Henley, Lord, and St. Cecilia, 538.
Henry to Lady Emma, 343.
Grecian girl's dream of the Blessed Her last words at parting, how can I
Islands; to her lover, 88.
forget ? 300.
Here, take my heart, 290.
Greece, isles of, 256. 263. Zean maids, Here recline you, gentle maid (Ode II.
3. et seq. Allusions to Greece in Lal- Anacreon), 19.
Greece; - First Evening, Zea, 263. shade (Anthologia), 47.
Second Evening, 270.
Here sleeps the Bard, 236.
of Anacreon, 2. Corrections of this Here's the bower she lov'd so much,
Ode by an eminent Scholar, 3.
High-born Ladye, the, 23.
and penchant, 402—427. His Poetical Guess, guess; - the lady of my love, Story of the Fire-worshippers, 350. et
Holland, Lord, regret for the death of,
liii. Translations by, lili.
Holy Alliance, Fables for the, 427.
Gynæocracy, proposals for a, 537. Hooker, Bishop, one and , 513.
Hope comes again, to this heart long a
Hope, poetical allusions to, 27. 334
Haram, Jehanghir's, 387. The Light of: - Come, Yarmouth, my bog, Deter
trouble your brains (Ode xi. lib. 2.).
Hark! the vesper hymn is stealing, 226. 165. The man who keeps a
Hark! 'tis the breeze of twilight call. science pure (Ode xxii, lib. 1.). 16.
I hate thee, oh Mob, as my Lady ;
hates delf (Ode i. lib. 3.), 171. By |
tell the cook that I hate all nick-back
Harp, certain of the poetical allusions to eries (Ode xxxviii. lib. 1.), 171. Pa-
that instrument, 69. 196. 204. 211. 213. rody of Donec gratus erat tibi,' or
Horace's return to Lydia, 258.
Harp of my country! in darkness I Horn, the, 237.
found thee, 196.
How am I to punish thee (Ode x. Ana-
How dear to me the hour, 176.
See Intercepted Letters, 149. 160. Pa- Hassan, Al, the Prophet Chief of Ara- How liglitly mounts the Mase's ving,
How shall I woo? 240.
xlv. 128. His library, xlv. Dedi- Hume, David, History of England 15.
cation to Francis Earl of Moira, 104. 146.
Hume, Joseph, esq., 494. 495. Apare
Have you not seen the timid tear, 53. Hume, to Thomas, Esq., M. D.; vrt.
(Ode Lvi. Anacreon), 37.
Humorous and Satirical Poerns. -
Headfort, Marchioness of, Dedication 580.
Hunt, Henry, esq., his spurious case
Hear me but once, while o'er the grave, 494,
Hunter boy, the, 229. 237.
Hush, sweet lute, 315.
Hussun Abdaul, valley of, J. Ragaa
gardens Dear, 386.
Hymen, poetical allusions to, 232. Intolerance, a Satire: Account of " Cor- Juvenile Poems, 49--103. Preface by
xxv. Preface to Intolerance and Cor- cation to Joseph Atkinson, Esq., 50.
ruption, 132, 133. The Satire, 142.
Keder Khan of Turkistan, 318.
Kenmare, Earl of, 206.
Kevin, Saint, tradition, 186.
Khorassan, the Veiled Prophet of, 320
respecting, 173. 178. 185. 187, 188. 190.
Kilkenny amateur actors, talent of the,
xlviii. 353. Extract from a Pro-
logue, &c., 356.
mily), 402—427. 583. The penal code
seq. Romanism in, 573. Thoughts Kishma, wine of, 394.
on the present government of (1828), Kiss, the, 81. 111.
Kublai Khan, 394.
Lahore, description of the city of, and
Marchiones Dowager of Donegall, Lake of the Dismal Swamp, 108.
172. Preface, 172. The Melodies, 172. Lake of the Temples, 608.
second Nos., 216.; to the third, 216. history of this poem, xxxix. et seq.
Representation of it as a dramatic
tion to the Marchioness of Headsort,
empress of Russia personated Aliris
veiled prophet of Khorassan," 320-
347. The criticisms by Fadladeen
on this story, 347. Paradise and the
ticism, 356. The Fire-worshippers,
King Crack, 164. Or Jaghernaut, 319. Israfil, the angel of Music, 395. 465. 386. Design of this poetic under-
It is not the tear at this moment shed, taking related, xxi. I.
Lama, the Little Grand, 434.
Lansdowne, Lord, invitation, to dinner,
addressed to, 461.
to Craig Crook, xxxvii.
Burke; his letter to Dr. Hume re-
of Delhi and Hindostan, 387. His Mr. Moore, xx.
palace, 393. n. His early name of Lay his sword by his side, 214.
Jerome's love (St.), 242. St. Jerome's Learning, 88.
Legacy, the, 176.
Leila's lute, 601.
Les hommes automates, 553.
Joy alone be remembered now, 298. Lesbia hath a beaming eye, 185.
Let me resign this wretched breath
Judgment Day, and a supposed wind (Anacreontic), 45.
Let's take this world as some wide
Let us drain the nectar'd bowl (Ode
Julia, to, in allusion to some illiberal XXXVIII. Anacreon), 29.
criticisms, 55. Mock me no
Leucadia, legends of, 264.
with Love's beguiling dream, 55. Levée and couchée, the, 261.
Though Fate, my girl, may bid us Libel, a Case of, 507.
part, 56. On her Birth-day, 57. To Liberty, 179. 195. 214, 215. 235. 262. 267.
Elegiac Stanzas, supposed to be writ- | Liberty, the Torch of, 431.
322. et seq.
Life for me hath joy, &c., 299.
Minerva's thimble, 297.
Lover, the, 240. 254, 268, 281. n. ; 473. Ministers, the new costume of the, 167.
The Sale of the Tools, 169.
Ministers, wreaths for the, 165.
Minstrel Boy, the, 190.
Lores of the angels, li. Preface to the Miriam's Song, 244.
Angel's story, 466. Second Angel's Mischief, thoughts on, by Lord St-O-
Missing, Lord de ..., 535.
Mix me, child, a cup divine (Anacreon-
Mæris, island of the lake, 635.
Mohawk River, lines written at the
Cohos or Falls of the, 124.
Mokanna, the prophet-chief of Kbo
rassan, 320, 321. et seq.
Monarch Love, resistless boy (Ode
LXXIV. Anacreon), 14.
Macrianus, prætorian prefect, 663. Mont-Blanc, sublime prospec: of 442.
Magan, Patrick, Esq., his Epistles to Montaigne quoted, 410.
a Curate in Ireland, 581. 587. 599. Montpensier, Duke of, to the, 92.
Moon, poetical mention of tbe, 59, 90.
277. et passim.
Mahomet, religion of (sce Lalla Rookh), Moon, that high in heav'n art shinin,
phecy, 477. The familiar dove of, Moore, to Miss, from Norfolk in Vir.
478. 482. The chief angels, 465, 466. Morality, an epistle, 84.
Morgan, George, Esq.(of Norfolk, Vir.
Mahommed Shaw, feast and throne of, ginía), epistle to, from Bermuda, 110
Morning, 195. 248.
Morning Herald, the, 499.
Morning Post, the, 594.
March ! nor heed those arms that hold when ber wings are dry," *xxviii.
Moschus, his first Idyl, quoted, 20. ..
Martyrs, the, 250. 664, 665., et seq.; the Moses, 248.
crown of martyrdom, 666, 667. Mountain Sprite, the, 208
“Murn" to the editor of the Morning
Murray, Mr.; his contemplated Mail.
coach edition of Rokeby, 153.
Matriculation, scene from a play acted Muse, the, 261.
at Oxford, called, 549.
Music, Angel of, 315. a.
Music and Melodies, an account of sone
of our modern poets who had a taste
for, and a knowledge of, xxxvi. rt s.
Melanius, the hermit, 655—658.661. 666. | Music, the Prefatory Letter ca Irish
Meleager :- Here at thy tomb these 217.
tears I shed, 310. Various imitations Music, on:- Song, 183. 309.
from, 69. 310. 312.
Music, poetical allusions to, 110.95
Melodies, Irish, 172-222. Succeeded 236, 237. 485.
119. 182. 188, 189. 209, 210. 225. 227. Memorabilia of last week (March 13. -287.
Music of the spheres, 472.
Musical Box, the : - Rose and the Poet
lege of, 628.
My harp has one unchanging thras
Menage, Anacreontic in Greek by, with 227.
a translation, 24. n.
Mythology, Egyptian and Green
Merou, city of Khorassan, 320. 343. et passim.
Miguel, Don, Ode to, 517.
Nama, 482, 484.
down sleep on Nourmahal, scel.
Naples, lines on the entry of the As
Minaret, chants from an illuminated, trians into, in 1821, 43.
Napoleon, the Emperor, consigned
Minerva, or Pallas, and Love, 275. the rock of St. Helena, 6.