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LETTER TO THE MEMBERS OF THE TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. Dublin, 1830.
LETTER TO THE RIGHT Rev. DR. DOYLE. Reprinted from the DUBLIN EVEN
ING Post of Jan. 16, 1830.
MILIARIA ACCURATIUS DESCRIPTA. Dublin, 1832.
DIALOGUE BETWEEN A BILIOUS PATIENT AND A PHYSICIAN. Dublin, 1838.
ACCOUNT OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE GOVERNMENT METROPOLITAN POLICE
IN THE CITY OF Canton. Dublin, 1840.
ACCOUNT OF THE DRUNKEN SEA. Dublin, 1840.
LETTER TO THE SECRETARIES OF THE DUBLIN MENDICITY INSTITUTION. Dublin,
LITTLE ISLAND AND BIG ISLAND. Dublin, 1841.
REPORT OF A MEETING OF THE INFORMERS OF DUBLIN. Dublin, 1842.
A WORD ABOUT WAR. Dublin, 1842.
A WORD ABOUT JUDGMENT. Dublin, 1842.
THE FIRST TWO BOOKS OF THE ENEIS RENDERED INTO ENGLISH BLANK
LAMBIC; WITH NEW INTERPRETATIONS AND ILLUSTRATIONS. Dublin, 1845.
FIRST TWO BOOKS OF THE ENEIS.
COMMENTARIES ON THE
SEUM, LONDON, 1848.
UNRIPE WINDFALLS, containing I. MINOR POEMS. II. LETTER TO
EDITOR OF NOTES AND QUERIES, BEING A CRITICISM ON THE STYLE OF LORD BYRON. III. SPECIMEN OF COMMENTARIES ON THE ENEIS. IV. SPECIMEN OF METRICAL TRANSLATION OF THE ENEIS. Dublin, 1851.
MY BOOK, containing Minor Poems and Sıx PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE HEROIC
TIMES, BEING A METRICAL TRANSLATION OF THE FIRST SIX BOOKS OF
NOTES OF A TWELVE YEARS' VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY IN THE FIRST
OF THE ENEIS. Dresden, 1853.
GEDICHTE VON JAMES HENRY, DEUTSCH VON JULIUS SCHANZ. Dresden, 1854. A HALF YEAR'S POEMS. Also DIALOGUE BETWEEN A STETHOSCOPIST AND
AN UNBORN CHILD. Dresden, 1854.
POEMS CHIEFLY PHILOSOPHICAL. Also CAIN, A SOLILOQUY. Dresden,
ADVERSARIA VIRGILIANA written for translation into German, and pub
lished in that language in the GÖTTINGEN PHILOLOGUS, vols. XI, XII, XIII, XVII.
THALIA PETASATA, OR A Foot - JOURNEY FROM CARLSRUHE to Bassano, DE
SCRIBED ON THE WAY IN VERSE. Dresden, 1859.
RELIGION, WORDLY-MINDEDNESS AND PHILOSOPHY, BEING STRIC
TURES ON THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF THE LATE JOHN CHEYNE M. D. Dresden, 1860.
BRITISH LEGATIONS, A LETTER TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING HERALD,
CONCERNING THE LATE AGGRESSION ON THE BRITISH EMBASSY IN JAPAN. Dresden, 1861.
MENIPPEA. Dresden, 1866.
POEMATIA. Dresden, 1866.
It 's done. Now let me reflect on it. Methinks it looks somewhat different already. I'm almost sorry I did it. I am sorry; very, very sorry. If I could but undo it! Alas! alas ! never, never to be undone. Terrible condition ! Better not have been born! Why then did I do it? Let me think. What made me do it? Something must have made me do it. Myself could not make myself do it. Myself make myself! Impossible. Then what made me? Let me think. It was this hand did it. What made this hand do it? I made this hand do it. Yes; I made, caused this hand to do it. “I” is my will. My will made, caused this hand to do it. It is the act of my will; that is, of myself; my own voluntary act. I willed it. But what made me will it? In the same way as something must have made my hand do it, something must have made my will will it. A desire made my will will it. Yes; a desire, an emotion. I felt it here. An impulse stirred my will, an instinct, a passion. I felt something stir my will, make my will will it. Cursed something! Cursed impulse, passion,