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Come, my friends, let 's enjoy the good things of this world
POET AND PROSODIAN.
So here is at lást the long expected létter!
On róll the years, leaves wíther and leaves grów .
“Heáven, I thánk thee for this fine night;" .
Of all flowers in the world, pretty daisy, to mé
Joy and sorrow are equally pássive; forced on thee
Two things there are which you may safely say
The cléver mán the rúle makes, which the foól
THERE IS NOT IN ALL CHEAPSIDE.
T6 a spléndid fúrnished hall
Mignionétte in a bóx! Faugh!-it smells of the city
«'Do,” said pért, little, witty, tart Ísabel ónce.
THE NEW “BARD'S LEGACY”.
WISE TOO LATE.
LIBERTY. .
John 's not to my mind, I abóminate his lýing
"Well, the world makes bút snail's progress!"
A forgét-me- not grew by the side of the brook
Wrong! as óften, my Schiller; the gardener enjoys more
Thou woúldst be happy and know'st not that would .
Líttle children, táke it kindly .
The wise son of Jápet made mán in God's image
Toward hope's beácon far-gleaming across the wild waters
From my heart to my head, from my head to my hand
He diéd, and the emancipated soul .
Évery day that I live adds to my knowledge
Ónce on a tíme a thousand different mén
Hóney hére and wormwood there
I do not wonder I 'm so often told .
I hate him, the líar, who with feigned words deceives me
POET AND FRIEND
I 've chosen a bad títle, I am told
“Trust in God's providence,” the oyster said
I thank thee not for love or admiration
if thou wouldst seé a pássion tórn to tátters
CHURCH RECRUITING SERGEANTS AND RECRUIT.
SUNSET.
PUBLISHER TO THE AUTHOR.
It is a very fine thing to be súre, I don't doúbt it
PHILOSOPHUS AND PHILARGYRUS
How good must bé the aúthor of all goodness!
TRUTH.
TO MY LOST ONE

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courteous cicis béo,
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Why? becaúse the beé loves bétter
Thý soft, pale, September blossom,
Thán bee ever loved the drý scorched
Thýme of Hýbla ór Hyméttus.

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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,

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.

THE FIRST TWO BOOKS OF THE ENEIS RENDERED INTO ENGLISH BLANK

IAMBIC; WITH NEW INTERPRETATIONS AND ILLUSTRATIONS. Dublin, 1845.

FIRST TWO BOOKS OF THE ENEIS.

CLASSICAL MU

COMMENTARIES ON THE

SEUM, LONDON, 1848.

THE

UNRIPE WINDFALLS, containing I. MINOR PLEMS. 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 Six P.10TOGRAPHS 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.

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.

PO

IS CHIEFLY PHILOSOPHICAL. Also 1856.

IN, A SOLILOQUY. Dres

in,

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.

CAIN,

A SOLILOQU Y.

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