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KNOWLEDGE.

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My old grandfather sported a very old wig

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Each morn, I'm born .

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VISITING THE TOMB OF BEATO ANGELICO, IN THE CHURCH OF SANTA MARIA
SOPRA MINERVA, Rome, 1865

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See where in broad array the Wheaten host

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CATCH FOR A PARTY OF TOURISTS.

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Poet's verse, I 've heard it said

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Happy the man who sees the world

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I am the pink of courtesy

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TO AN ETHNOLOGIST

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I had a friend, a learned friend

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MAD AND FOOL.

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So thou 'dst have me always sighing

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SOLDIER AND VIVANDIERA.

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CowPER'S ROSE .

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Who keeps a lapdog need seek no excuse

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HYPHEN AND HYMEN.

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SUB PERSONA : MRS. JANE HOPKINS, INVITING THE AUTHOR TO DRINK TEA

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TO THEIR EXCELLENCIES THE LORDS JUSTICES

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TO THE RIVER GRIESE.

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in POEMATIA:

Page 18, line 1, instead of EMIGRE read EMIGRÉ.
Page 35, line 4 from top, instead of Às read As
Page 44, line 8 from top, instead of day's read Day's
Page 66, line 1, instead of Òn read On
Page 74, line 7 from top, instead of stóut-heart, read stóut

heart,
Page 94, line 2 from top, after both supply comma.

in MY BOOK:

Sign. H4, line 4 from bottom, instead of and takes read

and takes

in A HALF YEAR'S POEMS:

Page 53, line 7 from bottom, instead of vént a read fó n da
Page 55, line 8 from bottom, instead of vé nta, read fonda,

in THALIA PETASATA:

Page 26, line 15 from top, instead of pallid purple read

pallid, primrose
Page 61, instead of lines 9–15 from top, read:

High on the spur's alluvium - covered slope,
Above our heads it stands, upon the right,
Commanding wide the prospect of the valley
From westward Monte Pin's and Maddalena's
Conical summits and the hamlets spread
White at their base · Preghena and Varòl,
Lanza, Miòn, and Cort - by Nos ravine
(Under Mont' Ozol's opposite, sunny side)
Cagnd, Reyò and Castel Malgolo,
To dear San Zeno, eastward, and Verdès,
And high Revenna's dolomitic range

This side the Landl and the Vale of Adige.
Page 118, line 5 from bottom, instead of tasselled read tas-

seled
Page 185, line 11 from top, instead of rolled read dragged

Page 185 after the last line, insert:

Second and greater Romulus, unforetold,
Unsung, undeified, to whose straw-roofed hut
North of the Danube, the first Romulus' heirs
Sending their quit- rent punctual, bad leave
To hold their smoking ruins, unmolested.

in RELIGION, WORDLY-MINDEDNESS AND PHILOSOPHY:

Page 23, line 4 from the end, after dreams read:

of Descartes and Voltaire and Frederick the Great, of Helvetius and Diderot, of Hobbes and Hume and Spinoza and Kant and Bayle and Gibbon and Humboldt and Goethe, but not daring even so much as to mention the name of one of them in reputable society.

in BRITISH LEGATIONS:

Page 4, line 5 from top, instead of pleas-ure read plea

sure

Page 6, line 4 from bottom, instead of hour's denuncia

tion read hour's hearty denunciation Page 7, line 5 from bottom, instead of Russel read Russell Page 12, line 4 from bottom, after trout, insert:

sometimes no, not "whistling as I went, for want of thought," but thinking as I went, for want of whistle, how far it was or was not owing to the good offices, on both sides, of that drowsy pacificator, Bavarian beer, we had not had long ere this, another Sir Wm. Mc Naghten shot through his heart here in Munich by another Akhbar Khan, another Mr. Oliphant or Mr. Alcock dangerously wounded, and perhaps, at this very moment, another nice little Affghan or Japanese war on our hands with these German barbarians

BY THE SAME AUTHOR:

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,

1840.

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.

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THE FIRST TWO BOOKS OF THE ENEIS RENDERED INTO ENGLISH BLANK

IAMBIC; WITH NEW INTERPRETATIONS AND ILLUSTRATIONS. Dublin, 1845. COMMENTARIES ON THE FIRST TWO BOOKS OF THE ENEIS. CLASSICAL MuGEDICHTE von JAMES HENRY, DEUTSCH VON JULIUS SCHANZ. Dresden, 1854.

SEUM, LONDON, 1848.

UNRIPE WINDFALLS, containing I. Minor Poems. II. LETTER TO THE

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 THE ENEIS. Dresden, 1853.

Six Books

NOTES OF A TWELVE YEARS' VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY IN THE FIRST

OF THE Eneis. Dresden, 1853.

A HALF YEAR'S POEMS. Also DIALOGUE BETWEEN A STETHOSCOPIST AND

AN UNBORN CHILD. Dresden, 1854.

POEMS CHIEFLY PHILOSOPHICAL. Also CAIN, A SOLILOQUY. Dresden,

1856.

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

Dresden, 1859.

SCRIBED ON THE WAY IN VERSE,

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.

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