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As a beam o'er the face of the waters may glow 231 If thou'lt be mine .......

The meeting of the Waters

231 To Ladies' Eyes....

How dear to me the hour .................

232 | Forget not the field

Take back the virgin page.

Written on returning a They may rail at this life.....

blank book.......

232 Oh for the swords of former time...

The Legacy.....

232 St. Senanus and the Lady...

How oft has the Benshee cried....

233 Ne'er ask the hour

We may roam through this world

233 Saikon, sail on .........

Eveleen's Bower ......

233 The Parallel ............

Let Erin remember the days of old ................... 234

Drink of this cup..

The Song of Fionnuala........

............ 234

The Fortune-teller

Come, send round the wine..

234 Oh, ye dead......

Sublime was the warning..

235 O'Donohue's Mistress..

Believe me, if all those endearing young charms ......

235

Erin, oh Erin.........

235 Oh, banquet not..........

Drink to her........

236 Thee, thee, only thee.......

Oh, blame not the Bard....

236 Shall the harp, then, be silent.

While gazing on the moon's light

237 Oh, the sight entrancing

III Omens.....

237 Sweet Junisfallen

Before the Battle......

237 'Twas one of those dreams ...

After the Battle ......

238 Fairest! put on awhile .......

"Tis sweet to think ...

238 Quick! we have but a second....

The Irish Peasant to his Mistress

238 And doth not a meeting like this

On Music.......

239 The Mountain Sprite

It is not the tear at this moment shed

239 As vanquish'd Erin....

The Origin of the Harp..

............... 239

Desmond's Song....

Love's young Dream ................................ 240 They know not iny heart

The Prince's Day.....

240 I wish I was by that dim lake............

Weep on, weep on .........

240 She sung of love ......

Lesbia hath a beaming eye ......

241 Sing, sing--Music was given

I saw thy form in youthful prime

......... 241 | Though humble the banquet...

By that lake, whose gloomy shore........

241 Sing, sweet Harp...

She is far from the land.....

242 Song of the Battle Eve..........

Nay, tell me not, dear.........

212 The wandering Bard

Avenging and bright.....

213 Alone in crowds to wander on....

What the bee is to the floweret ..

243 I've a secret to tell thce..

Love and the Novice ........

213 Song of Innisfail

This life is all chcker'd with pleasures and woes...... 243 The Night Dance....

Oh, the shamrock

...... 214

There are sounds of mirth.....

At the mid hour of night.......

Oh! Arranmore, loved Arranmore..

One bumper at parting...

245 Lay his sword by his side......

"Tis the last rose of summer

245 Oh, could we do with this world of ours

The young May moon .......

245 The wine-cup is circling

The Minstrel-boy.....

246 The dream of those days.......

The Song of O'Ruark, Prince of Brefľni..

216 From this hour the pledge is given

Oh, had we some bright little isle of our own ......... 246 Silence is in our festal halls...

Farewell! but whenever you welcome the hour ...... 247 APPENDIX:

Oh, doubt me not.....

...... 247

Advertisement prefixed to the First and so

You remember, Ellen................

........ 247

Numbers........

I'd mourn the hopes...

248

Advertisement to the Third Number....

Come o'er the sea .........

248

Letter to the Marchioness Dowager of Donegal

Has sorrow thy young days shaded

248

fixed to the Third Number ......

No, not more welcome...

249

Advertisement to the Fourth Number....

When first I met thee....

2:19

Advertisement to the Fifth Number

While history's muse....

250

Advertisement to the Sixth Number

The time I've lost in wooing

230

Advertisement to the Seventh Number

Where is the slave .....

250

Dedication to the Marchioness of Headfort, pro

Come, rest in this bosom...

251

to the Tenth Number.....

"Tis gone, and forever

231

I saw from the beach.....

251

NATIONAL AIRS.

Fill the bumper fair ......

232

Dear harp of my country.

Advertisement

My gentle harp...

253 A Temple to Friendship. (Spanish Air)...

In the morning of life.

253 Flow on, thou shining river. (Portuguese Air)

As slow our ship..

253 | All that's bright must fade. (Indian Air)...

When cold in the earth....

.... 254

So warmly we met. (Hungarian Air)

Remember thee ......

234

Those evening bells. (Air.-The Bells of St. Pe

Wreath the bowl............................

burgh)....

Whene'er I see those smiling eyes

235 Should those fond hopes. (Portuguese Air)

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Resson, Folly, and Beauty. (Italian Air).....

281 The bird, let loose. (Air.-Beethoven)

Fare thee well, thou lovely one! (Sicilian Air)

...... 281

Fallen is thy throne. (Air.-Martini)

.... 298

Dost thou remember. (Portuguese Air)

282 Who is the maid ? St. Jerome's love. (Air.-Beeth

Oh, come to me when daylight sets. (Venetian Air).. 282 oven).....

........ 293

Oit, in the stilly night. (Scotch Air)..

This world is all a fleeting show. (Air.--Stevenson).. 299

Hark! the vesper hymn is stealing. (Russian Air) 282 Oh Thou who dry'st the mourner's tear. (Air.-

Love and Hope. (Swiss Air)

....... 283 Haydn).

299

There comes a time. (German Air)..

283 Weep not for those. (Air.-Avison)

299

My harp has one unchanging theme. (Swedish Air).. 283 The turf shall be my fragrant shrine. (Air.-Steven-

Oh, no-not even when tirst we loved. (Cashmerian Air) 283 son)...

300

Peace be around thee. (Scotch Air)

...... 284 Sound the loud timbrel. Miriam's song. (Air.-

Common Sense and Genius. (French Air)..

984 Avison)

300

Then fare thee well. (Old English Air).............. Go, let me weep. (Air.-Stevenson)

300

Gayly sounds the castanet. (Maltese Air)

285 Come not, O Lord. (Air.-Hadyn)..

301

Love is a hunter-boy. (Languedocian Air) ...... 285 Were not the sinful Mary's tears. (Air.--Stevenson).. 301

Cuine, chase that starting tear away. (French Air) 285 As down in the sunless retreats. (Air.-Hadyn)...... 301

Joys of Youth, how fleeting. (Portuguese Air).

....... 285 But who shall see. (Air.-Stevenson) ............... 301

Hear me but once. (French Air)

286 | Almighty God. Chorus of priests. (Air.—Mozart).... 302

When Love was a child. (Swedish Air) ............. 286 Oh fair! oh purest! St. Augustine to his sister. (Air.-

Say, what shall be our sport to-day? (Sicilian Air)... 286 Moore)

302

Bright be thy dreams. (Welsh Air..

286 | Angel of Charity. (Air.—Handel)

302

Go, then-'tis vain. (Sicilian Air)

Behold the sun. (Air.-Lord Mornington).... .... 303

The Crystal Hunters. (Swiss Air)

287 Lord, who shall bear that day. (Air.-Dr. Boyce) 303

Luw gently here. (Venetian Air)...

287 Oh, teach me to love thee. (Air.- Haydn)

......... 303

Oh, days of youth. (French Air)

287 | Weep, children of Israel. (Air.-Stevenson) ......... 304

Woen first that smile. (Venetian Air)

288 Like morning, when her early breeze. (Air.-Beeth-

Peace to the slumberers ! (Catalonian Air)............ 288 oven)....

304

When thou shalt wander. (Sicilian Air)..

288 Come, ye disconsolate. (Air.-German)..

304

Who'll buy my Love-knots ? (Portuguese Air). 288 Awake, arise, thy Light is come. (Air.-Stevenson).. 304

See, the dawn from heaven. (To an Air sung at Rome, There is a bleak desert. (Air.-Crescentini).......... 305

on Christmas Eve)

289 Since first Thy word. (Air.-Nicholas Freeman)..... 305

: Nets and Cages. (Swedish Air)

280 llark! 'tis the breeze. (Air.-Rousseau)..

306

When through the Piazzetta. (Venetian Air) ........ 280 Where is your dwelling, ye sainted ? (Air.-Hasse) 306

Go, bow, and dream. (Sicilian Air)......

...... 290 How lightly inounts the muse's wing. (Air.-Anony-
! Take bence the bowl. (Neapolitan Air)..

.............. 290 mous) .........

Farewell, Theresa! (Venetian Air)

290 Go forth to the mount. (Air.-Stevenson)

307

How oft, when watching stars. (Savoyard Air)

...... 290

Is it not sweet to think, hereafter. (Air.-llaydn).... 307

When the first summer bee. (German Air) .......... 291

War against Babylon. (Air-Novello)

307

Though 'tis all but a dream. (French Air) ........... 201 The Suminer Fête.......

308

| When the wine cup is smiling. (Italian Air) ......... 291 Dedication to the Hon. Mrs. Norton

308

Where shall we hury our shame? (Neapolitan Air).. 291

i Nee: tik of wisdom's gloomy schoo's. (Mahratta Air) 291

EVENINGS IN GREECE.

| Here sleeps the bard. (Highland Air)

292

318

First Evening

Do not say that life is waning.

1

292

The Gazelle .....

Second Evening...

326

292
So-leave my heart to rest ......

232

Where are the visions....

233

LEGENDARY BALLADS.

! Wiad thy horn, my hunter-boy.

293

Dedication to the Miss Fieldings

336

| Obgard our affection ......

..... 293

The Voice

336

Suber, oh slumber .......

293

Cupid and Psyche

336

Pring the bright garlands hither...

203

Hero and Leander..........

........ 337

lf is low.ng, singing

The Leaf and the Fountain...

337

Tbia iov'st no more....

294

Cephalus and Procris ....

338

When abroad in the world

291

Youth and Age

338

Keep those eyes still purely mine

294

338

Bype comes again .......

The Dying Warrior

The Magic Mirror ........

339

say, ibon best and brightesi....

295

The Pilgrim

333

When night brings tbe hour

295

339

Like one who, doom'd......

The high-born Ladye.....

295

The Indian Boat .......

340

| Feu Boi that, while aronnd thee...

-95

The Stranger..........

... 310

| Woen Love is kind...

A Melologue upon National Music

311

The garland 1 send thee ....

341

w shall I woo!.......

296 Advertisement

suring and Autumn .....

SET OF GLEES.

Lore alone

297

MUSIC BY MOORE.

SACRED SONGS.

The Meeting of the Ships.....

343

Dedication to Edward Tuite Dalton, Esq. ........... 297 Hip bip, hurrah!

313

Thon an, God. (Air.-Unknown)...

297 Hush, hush!...

313

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The Parting before the Battle

344 Mind not though daylight...

The Watchman. A Trio........

......... 344 They met but once .......

Say, what shall we dance ?............................ 344 With moonlight beaming

The Evening Gun

345 Child's Song. From a Masque..

The halcyon hangs o'er ocean

BALLADS, SONGS, MISCELLANEOUS

The world was hush'd ..........

POEMS, &c.

The two Loves..............

To-day, dearest! is ours

345 The Legend of Puck the Fairy..

When on the lip the sigh delays ·

345 Beauty and Song....

Here, take my heart ...

346

When thou art nigh....

Oh, call it by some better name

346

Song of a Hyperborean

Poor wounded heart ...

Thou bidd'st me sing

346

The East Indian

316 Cupid ari'a

Poor broken flower ....

Round the world goes

The pretty rose-tree .............

347 Oh, do not look so bright and blest

Shine out, stars! ......

347

The Musical Box.....

The young Muleteers of Granada........

347

When to sad music silent you listen.....

Tell her, oh, tell her .....

The Language of Flowers ......

Nights of music........

.... 348

The dawn is breaking o'er us ...

Our first young love

348

Black and blue eyes ................................. 348

SONGS FROM THE GREEK ANTHOLOG

Dear Fanny.......

349

Here at thy tomb. (By Meleager ..

From life without freedom........

319

Sale of Cupid. (By Meleager)

Here's the bower.......

349

To weave a garland for the rose. (!y Paul the Si

I saw the moon rise clear. (A Finland love song). 349

tiary).

Love and the Sun-dial.......

349

Why does she so long delay? (By Paul the Si

Love and Time .......

............ 349

tiary)....

Love's light Summer-cloud

350

Twin'st thou with lofty wreath thy brow. (By

Love, wand'ring through the go:den maze ............ 350

the Silentiary)

Merrily every bosom boundeth. (The Tyrolese song of

When the sad word. (By Paul the Silentiary)....

liberty)

350

My Mopsa is little. (By Philodemus)

Remember the time. (The Castilian maid).

..... 351

Sull, like dew in silence falling. (By Meleager)

Oh, soon return .....

351

Up, sailor-boy, 'tis day.....

Love thee ? ........

351

In Myrtle Wreaths. (By Alcaus)

One dear smile...... .......................... 351

Yes, yes, when the bloom

352

UNPUBLISHED SONGS, &c.

The day of love.......

352

Lusitanian War Song...

352 Ask not if still I love .......

The young Rose.......

352 Dear ? yes .........

When 'midst the gay I meet..

.... 352

Unbind thee, love .......

When twilight dews

There's something strange. (A buffo song)

Young Jessica .........

353 Not from thee.......

How happy, once .....

353 Guess, guess ................

I love but thee ..................

353 When Love, who ruled.

Let joy alone be remember'd now.

354 Still thou fliest......

Love thee, dearest ? love thee?

354 Then first from Love

My heart and lute..............

354 Hush, sweet lute ...........

Peace, peace to him that's gone....................... 354 Bright moon ....

Rose of the desert.....

Long years have pass'd..

"Tis all for thee ......

355 Dreaming forever...

The song of the olden time.

355 Though lightly sounds the song I sing. (A song of

Wake thee, my dear........

355

Alps).....

The Boy of the Alps

356

The Russian lover.......

For thee alune

356

Her last words, at parting.

356

LALLA ROOKR.

Let's take this world as some wide scene.

357

Love's Victory

357 Dedication

Song of Hercules to his Daughter

THE VEILED PROPHET OF KHORASSAN.

The Dream of Home ........

358 PARADISE AND THE PERI........

They tell me thou'rt the favor'd guest..

358 THE FIRE-WORSHIPPERS .......

The young Indian Maid.

358 THE LIGHT OF THE HAREM .......

The Homeward March

............ 338

Wake up, sweet melody..

POLITICAL AND SATIRICAL POEMS,

Calin be thy sleep....

359

The Exile.......

359 Lines on the Death of Mr. P-rc-v-1....

The Fancy Fair.......

359 Fum and Hum, the two birds of royalty

If thou wouldst have me sing and play..

360 Lines on the Death of Sh-r-d-n.......

Still when daylight

360 Epistle from Tom Crib to Big Ben, concerning s

The Summer Webs .....

360 foul play in a late transaction...

...... 359

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THE FUDGE FAMILY IN PARIS.

Invitation to Dinner, addressed to Lord Lansdowne... 517

PAGE

Preface .....

458

Verses to the Poet Crabbe's Inkstand. Written May,

1832 ............

517

Letter I. From Miss Biddy Fudge to Miss Dorothy-

To Caroline, Viscountess Valletort. Written at Lacock

of Clonkilty, in Ireland

............ 458

Abbey, January, 1832.........

518

Letter II. From Phil. Fudge, Esq. to the Lord Viscount

A Speculation....

........ 519

C-st-r-gh

460

Letter III. From Mr. Bob Fudge to Richard —, Esq. 462

To my Mother. Written in a Pocket-book, 1822 ...... 519

Love and Hymen........

519

Letter IV. From Phelim Connor to

464

Letter V. From Miss Biddy Fudge to Miss Dorothy

Lines on the Entry of the Austrians into Naples, 1821. 519

465

Letter VL. From Phil. Fudge, Esq. to his brother Tim

Fudge, Esq., barrister at law

467

THE LOVES OF THE ANGELS.

Letter VII. From Phelim Connor to -

470
Preface ............

......... 520

Letter VIII. From Mr. Bob Fadge to Richard , Esq. 472

First Angel's Story •

522

Letter IX. From Phil. Fudge, Esq. to the Lord Viscount

Second Angel's Story.

527

C-si-rh.

474

Third Angel's Story

538

Letter X. From Miss Biddy Fudge to Miss Dorothy

478

MISCELLANEOUS POEMS.

Letter XI. From Phelim Conner to — ............. 480

Skepte em.......................................... 542

Letter XII. From Miss Biddy Fudge to Miss Dorothy 481

A Joke Versifed .................................... 542

On the Death of a Friend ........... ................ 542

FABLES FOR THE HOLY ALLIANCE.

To James Corry, Esq., on his making me a Present of

Dedication. To Lord Byron

542

a Wine-strainer .............

......... 483

Preface ........

484

Fragment of a Character........

........ 513

Fable L. The Dissolution of the Holy Alliance. A

What shall I sing thee? To —

543

dream..

....... 484

Country Dance and Quadrille ......................... 544

Fable II. The Looking-glasses ........................ 486

Gazel.......

............ 545

Fable IIL The Torch of Liberty .................... 487

Lines on the Death of Joseph Atkinson, Esq., of Dublin 546

Fable IV. The Fly and the Bullock

488

Genius and Criticism .....

........ 546

Fable V. Church and State ...................... 489

To Lady J*r**y, on being asked to write something in

Fable VL. The Little Grand Lama

490

her Album......

.......... 547.

Fadle VII, The Extinguishers

492 To the same, on looking through her Album .......... 547

Fable VIII. Louis Fourteenth's Wig

493

SATIRICAL AND HUMOROUS POEMS.

RHYMES ON THE ROAD.

To Sir Hudson Lowe....

Introductory Rhymes...........

495

Amatory Colloquy between Bank and Government.... 548

Extract I....

Dialogue between a Sovereign and a One Pound Note. 548

497

An Expostulation to Lord King.... ............. 549

Estract II.

497

550

Estract IIL....

The Sinking Fund cried......

498

Extract IV.

Ode to the Goddess Ceres. By Sir Th--m-L-ih-

499

br-e........

550

Estract V.

.......... 499

Extract VI. ..........

A Hymn of Welcome after the Recess................ 551

......... 500

Memorabilia of Last Week.....

552

Extract VII.........

501

Extraet VIII.

All in the Family Way. A new Pastoral Ballad...... 552

...... 502

Ballad for the Cambridge Election.......

553

Estruct IX. ..........

.............. 503

Mr. Roger Dodsworth.......

553

Extract X. ........

504

| Extract XI. .......

504

Copy of an Intercepted Dispatch. From his Excellency

Ertract XII. ......

505

Don Strepitoso Diabolo, Envoy Extraordinary to

his Satanic Majesty......

554

Estract XIIL.

506

Ernet XIV..

..................... 508

The Millennium. Suggested by the late Work of the

Rev. Mr. Irvớng "on Prophecy"

555

Extract XV.

...................... 510

The Three Doctors....

555

Extract XVI.............

....... 511

Epitaph on a Tuft-hunter

556

Ode to a Hat

556

MISCELLANEOUS POEMS.

News for Country Cousins .......

557

Occasional Epilogue, spoken by Mr. Corry, in the char A Vision. By the Author of Christabel

558

acter of Vapid, after the play of the Dramatist, at The Petition of the Orangemen of Ireland

558

the Kilkenny Theatre

Cotton and Corn. A Dialogue

559

| Extract from a Prologue written and spoken by the The Canonization of Saint B-.t-rw-rth ............ 560

Author, at the Opening of the Kilkenny Theatre, An Incantation. Sung by the Bubble Spirit

.......... 561

October, 1809.......

A Dream of Turtle. By Sir W. Curtis

561

The Sylph's Ball.......

........... 513 The Donkey and his Papniers. A Fuble

562

Remonstrance..............

........ 514 Ode to the Sublime Porte

562

My Birth-day

515 Corn and Catholics......

......... 563

Fancy ....

515 A Case of Libel .....

563

Soag. Fanny, dearest!..

515 | Literary Advertisement.......

564

Translations from Catullus..... .................... 516 The Irish Slave.

Tibullus to Sulpicia ....... ..................... 516 Ode to Ferdinand...

566

Imitation. From the French......................... 517 Hat versus Wig

566

.... 580

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The Periwinkles and the Locusts. A Salmagundian Thoughts on Tar-barrels. (Vide Description of a
Hymn

............. 567

Fète)
New Creation of Peers. Batch the First.............. 568 The Consultation...............
Speech on the Umbrella Question. By Lord Eld-n... 569 To the Rev. Ch-rl-- Overt-n, Curate of Rom
A Pastoral' Ballad. By John Bull

569 kirk ...........
A late Scene at Swanage

..... 570

Scene from a Play, acted at Oxford, called "Matric
Wo! Wo!..........

..... 570

tion"
Tout pour la Tripe ...........

571 Late Tithe Case .....
Enigma.....

571 Fool's Paradise. Dream the First.
Dog-day Reflections. By a Dandy kept in Town ...... 572 The Rector and his Curate; or, One Pound Two .
The “Living Dog" and the “ Dead Lion"

573 Paddy's Metamorphosis.....
Ode to Don Miguel

573 Cocker on Church Reform. Founded upon some
Thoughts on the present Government of Ireland ...... 574 Calculations .......
The Limbo of lost Reputations. A Dream

574 Les Hommes Automates........
How to Write by Proxy...

575 How to make One's Self a Peer. According to the n
Imitation of the Inferno of Dante.....

576

est Receipt, as disclosed in a late Heraldic Wol
Lament for the Loss of Lord B-th-st's Tail

577 The Duke is the Lad.......
The Cherries. A Parable.......

577 | Epistle from Erasmus on Earth to Cicero in the Sh|
Stanzas written in Anticipation of Defeat

578 Lines on the Departure of Lords C-st-r-gh
Ode to the Woods and Forests. By one of the Board.. 579 St--w-rt for the Continent.......
Stanzas from the Banks of the Shannon

579 To the Ship in which Lord C-st-r-gh sailed for
The Annual Pill ....

..... 580

Continent......
“If” and “ Perhaps".

Sketch of the First Act of a new Romantic Drama
Write on, Write on. A Ballad...

Animal Magnetism
Song of the Departing Spirit of Tithe

The Song of the Box ......
The Euthanasia of Van.........

582 Announcement of a new Thalaba. Addressed to Ro
To the Reverend - One of the sixteen Reçnsition-

Southey, Esq..
ists of Nottingham

503 Rival Topics. An Extravaganza................
Irish Antiquities

583 The Boy Statesman. By a Tory.....
A curious Fact........

584 Lettengsrom Larry O'Branigan to the Rev. Murt
New-fashioned Echoes....

....... 581 O'Mulligan
Incantation. From the New Tragedy of "The Bruns Musings of an Unreformed Peer .........
wickers".........

585 The Reverend Pamphleteer. A Romantic Ballad .
How to make a good Politician

586

A Recent Dialogue
Epistle of Condolence. From a Slave Lord to a Cotton The Wellington Spa...
Lord....

586 A Character
The Ghost of Miltiades .....

587 A Ghost Story
Alarming Intelligence-Revolution in the Dictionary Thoughts on the late destructive Propositions of
One Galt at the Ilead of it........

588

Tories. By a Common Councilman ...
Resolutions passed at a late Meeting of Reverends and Anticipated Meeting of the British Association in
Right Reverends

588
Sir Andrew's Dream .....

Songs of the Church. No. I.
A Blue Love Song. To Miss

590 Epistle from Henry of Ex---r to John of Tuam..
Sunday Ethics. A Scotch Ode

590

Song of Old Puck......
Awful Event.....

591 Police Reports. Case of Imposture.....
The Nuunbering of the Clergy. Parody on Sir Charles Reflections. Addressed to the Author of the Artic!
Han. Williams' famous Ode......

591 the Church, in the last Number of the Quat
A Sad Case ...........

592 Review........
A Dream of Hindostan.......

592 New Grand Exhibition of Models of the two llousd
The Brunswick Club ..

593

Parliament......
Proposals for a Gynæcocracy. Addressed to a late Rad Announcement of a new grand Acceleration Comp
ical Meeting

593 for the Promotion of the Speed of Literature
Lord H-nl-y and St. Cecilia

594 Some Account of the late Dinner to Dan.....
Advertisement

..... 595

New Ilospital for Sick Literati ........
Missing.........

595 Religion and Trade.......
The Dance of Bishops; or, The Episcopal Quadrille. A Musings, suggested by the late Promotion of Mrs. N
Dream......

.. 596

ercoat
Dick **** A Character.......

596 Intended Tribute to the Author of an Article in the
A Corrected Report of some late Speeches

Number of the Quarterly Review, entitled "
Moral Positions. A Dream

598 manism in Ireland".........
The Mad Tory and the Comet. Founded on a late Dis. Grand Dinner of Type and Co. A poor Poet's Drea
tressing Incident ....

598 Church Extension....
From the Hon. Henry - to Lady Emma ...... 599

Latest Accounts from Olympus
Triumph of Bigotry....

600 The Triumphs of Farce.....
Translation from the Gull Language

600 Thoughts on Patrons, Puffs, and other Matters. In
Notions on Rcform. By a Modern Reformer..

001

Epistle from T. M. to S. R. ......
Tory Pledges....

602 Thoughts on Mischief. By Lord St--nl-y. (II's
St. Jerome on Earth. First Visit ......

Attempt in Verse).....
St. Jerome on Earth. Second Visit......

603 Epistle from Captain Rock to Lord 1-ndh--......

year 2836

599

597

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