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413. 415.441. His song, 442. Dénoue- Clonkiltg in Ireland, 458. 465. Sce Guitar of India, the Syrinda, 450.
Gull language, translation from the
Fudge, Miss Fanny's, Epistles, 641. 649. 600.
Her uncle's beqnest, 656.
Gulliver, Captain Lemuel, 547
O'Mulligan, in this Inder.
Gynæocracy, proposals for a, 593.
Hafiz, the poet, 452, n.
Gayly sounds the castanet, 285. Halcyon hangs o'er ocean, the 361.
of the Haram, 444.
415. The persecuted Ghebers, 415. Garden, the dream of the, 663. 665. 678. Hark! 'tis the breeze of twilight call
Harmony, the genius of, 133.
Haronn-al-Raschid the Caliph, 442
Harp, certain of the poetical allusions
to that instrument, 125. 252. 200. 37.
209. 283. 304.
George III., King, 217, et passim. Harp of my country! in darkness I
See Intercepted Letters, 205. 216. Par- Harp, the origin of the, 239.
Prince's Plume, 219. Ich Dien, 219. Harp that once through Tara's halls,
Privy Purse, 220. King Crack and his Harut and Marut, the Angels, 524
ers, 217. 457. The Prince's Day, 240. Hassan, Al, the Prophet Chief of Ar-
bia, 417. 436. 428. See Siory of the
Fire-worshippers, 415, et seq.
spear, (Ode lxiv. Anacreon,) 98.
Hastings, Marquis of, (Earl Muira,) and
184. His library, 45. Dedication to
Francis, Earl of Moira, 160
Hat, Ode to a, 556.
Hat versus Wig, 566
Go, let me weep, there's bliss in tears, Have you not seen the timid tear, 10
He who instructs the youthful crew,
(Ode Lvi. Anacreon,) .
Gondolas and gondoliers, 282. 287. 289. Hear me but once, while o'er the grave,
Heard, Sir Isaac, and the Peerage, 556.
Heart and lute, my, 354.
Heart to rest, No, leave my, 292
Heathcote, to Lady: On a ring found at
Islands; to her lover, 144.
Hebe, the Fall of: a dithyrambic ode,
Greece, isles of, 312. 319. Zean maids, Henry to Lady Emma, 599.
59, et seq. Allusions to Greece in Her last words at parting, how can I
to the “Fudge Family in Paris," 637. in Greece: First Evening, Zea, 319. Hercules to his danghter, song of, 357.
Here, take my heart, 346.
315, See 312.
Here sleeps the bard, 292.
Esq., 462–472. To the Rev. Guess, guess; the lady of my love, 370. Here's the bower she loved so much,
Guidi, sonnet by, with a translation, 75, 349.
High-born Ladye, the, 339.
Hinda, the Arabian maid. See the Story I know that heaven hath sent me here, Ireland, and her national music, 29. 34.
Ireland, certain traditions and romances
259. 264, 265. 267, 268, 269, 270.
of the kingdom of, (sec the Fudge
code, 554. The outbreak of 1798, 21,
ing was shining, 25).
Irish antiquities, 583.
Irish bed of roses, an, 227, n.
I saw the smiling bard of pleasure, (Ode Irishman, Satires, &c., addressed to an
Englishman by an, 189-198.
Preface, 228. The Melodies,
228. 278. Advertisements to the first
272. Letter on Irish music, 273. Ad-
Horace's return to Lydia, 314. Idols in the house of Azor, 452. Of 278. See National Airs, 279, et seg.
King Crack, 220. Of Jaghernaut, 375. Irish Peasant to his Mistress, 238.
(Ode xxxvi. Anacreon,) 84.
Irving, Washington, 57. 264.
If I swear by that eye, you'll allow, Is it not sweet to think, hereafter,
If I were yonder wave, my dear, 171. Is not thy mind a gentle inind ? 110.
It is not the tear at this moment shed,
Jeffrey, Francis, Lord, the author's visit
also Anthologia, Horace, &c.
Jehan Gheer, or Jehangnire, Emperor
palace, 449, n. His early naine of Se-
Jerome's love, (St.,) 28. St. Jerome's
first visit on earth, 602. His second
In wedlock a specics of lottery lies, 117. visit, 603.
Jerusalem, the holy city of, 298.
Jessica, young, 353.
Johnson, Dr. Samuel, on Mallet, 654, n
India, poetical allusions to, 373. 441. Joy alone be remember'd now, 354.
449, 450, et seq.
Jays of youth, how fleeting! 285.
Juan, Don, 222.
Jubal's shell, alluded to, 310.
Judgment Day, and a supposed wind
from Syria Damascena to announce
it, 453, n.
Judgment, the day of, 303.
Insurrection of the Papers; a dream, Julia, to, in allusion to some illiberal
criticisms, 111. Mock me no more
Intercepted Letters, the, of the Two- Though fate, my girl, may bid us
part, 112. On her birthday, 113. T.
ruption' and 'Intolerance.' See 25. Elegiac Stanzas, supposed to be writ-
brother, 117. I saw the peasant's
hand unkind, 118 Sympathy, 119.
"the late Thomas Little," 105. Ded-
Life is all checker'd with pleasures and Love, who ruled as admiral o'er, 370.
Love thee !--s0 well, so tenderly, 351
Love thee, dearest ? 354.
Love but thee, I, 353.
Light sounds the harp when the com- Love's day, 352.
Love's light summer cloud, 350.
Like morning, when her early breeze, Love's victory, 357.
Love's young dream, 240
Like one who doom'd o'er distant seas, Lover, the, 296. 310. 324. 357, A.; 2.
Like some wanton filly sporting, (Ode Lover, the Persian, 211.
Lxv. Anacreon.) 98.
Lover, the Russian, 373.
Like the bright lamp that shone in Kil- Loves of the Angels, 51. Preface to the
dare's holy fane, 235.
poems, 520. The poem, 521. First
Angel's Story, 522. Second Angel's
Story, 527. Third Angel's Story, 532.
Loves, the sale of, 115.
Lusitanian War-song, 352.
Listen to the muse's lyre, (Ode mn. An- Late, the, 449. 657.
Literary advertisement, to authors, 564. Lyre, the poet's, 295.
Lyre, the tell-tale, 141.
Little Grand Lama, the, 490.
particulars respecting it, 27. The
Machiavelian policy condemned, 500
Curate in Ireland, 637. 613. 653.
Magic Mirror, the, 339.
Mahomet, religion of, (see Lalla Rookh.)
378, et seq.
Mahomet, the Seal of preceding prophe-
526, 527. 534.
Louis the Fourteenth's Wig, 493. Mnhommed Shaw, feast and throne of,
Maiden, the Sleeping, 293.
Maidens of Zea, 3:25, et passim.
March ! nor heed those arms that hold
Martyrs, the, 306.720, 721, et seq. ; the
crown of martyrdom, 722, 723.
Love a sentinel: Glee-Hush, hush, Mary, Al.
Mary, star of the sea, 326.
Love, one summer eve, was straying, Mary, I believed thee true, 140.
Mathews, Mr. Charles, 616.
Matriculation, scene from a play acted
at Oxford, called, 605.
Mauri-ga-Sima, or the supken island,
175. 238. 244, 245, 265, 266. 281. 283. Melanius the hermit, 701-714. 717, 722
317. 321. 327. 346. 352. 367. 369. 524. I shed, 366. Various imitations frun,
125. 366. 368.
Love, mythological hymn to, 147. Melodies, Irish, 18-278. Sueceeded
by the National Airs, 279, et seq.
Memorabilia of last week, (March 13,
Memory, poetical allusions to, 292.522
Love wandering thro' the golden maze, 538.
Memphis, on the Nile, 671; sacred col
lege of, 684.
Menage, Anacreontic in Greek by, with Music of the spheres, 528.
Now Neptune's month our sky deforms,
Musical box, the :-Rose and the Poet, (Ode LxvII. Anacreon,) 99.
Now the star of day is high (Ode XVII.
My harp has one unchanging theme, Nymph of a fair but erring line, 406.
Nympbs of the Nile, 697.
O'Branigan, Larry, to his wife iady
644. 652. To Murtagh O'Mulligan,
Namouna, the enchantress, 446. Calls O'Connell, his election for Clàre, 579.
Naples, lines on the entry of the Aus- O'Donohue's Mistress, 259.
trians into, in 1821, 519.
O'Keefe's song for the character of
Napoleon, the Emperor, consigned to Spado, 38.
the rock of St. Helena, 457. Allu- O'Mulligan, Mortimer, his epistle, (dile
O'Rua k, Prince of Breffni, the song (f,
Natal Genius, the, a Dream: to -, 946.
the morning of her birthday, 116. Oblivion, the fabled gates of, 676.
Observe when mother earth is dıy,
National Music, a Melologue upon, (Ode xxl. Anacreon) 76.
on, in the stilly night, 282.
Nay, do not weep, my Fanny dear, 143. pale, 290.
Nay, tempt me not to love again, 168. Oh! breathe not his name, 229.
673, et seq.
Oh! but to see that head recline, 525
Oh! come to me when daylight sets,
Ne'er talk of Wisdoin's gloomy schools, 282.
Oh! could we do with this world of
Never mind how the pedagogue proses, onirs ! 270.
Oh! days of youth and joy 287.
Oh, do not look so bright and blest, 364
Oh! doubt me not--the season, 247
Nightingales, song of, 352 359. 363. Oh fair! oh purest! be thou the dove,
Oh, guard our affection, 293.
Nile, river, 637; the Isle of Gardens, or Oh! had we some bright little Isle of
Antirrhodus, near Alexandria, 682. our own, 246.
Nile, navigation of the, 671. 692. 695. Oh! hint to the bard, 'tis retirement
Oh! idol of my dreams, 531.
of the river, 501.
Oh, Memory, how coldly, 324.
No life is like the mountaineer's, 329. Oh, no! not ev'n when first we loved,
thou best and brightest, 295.
Oh, stranger! if Anacreon's shell, (An-
Not from thee the wound should come, Oh! teach me to love thee, 303.
Oh! the sight entrancing, 261.
442. 444, 445. Her spells, 446. Her Oh thou! of all creation blest, (Odo
sleep, 447. She is regretted by Selim, XXXIV. Anacreon,) 83.
Oh. where art thou dreaming ? 315. Periwinkles and Locusts, 567.
Put off the vestal veil, nor, oh, 131.
Pyramids of Memphis, 670. Rhodope,
Lalla Rookh, 379. 453, et passim, Su-
Philadelphia and the Schuylkill river, Quadrilles, 344. Episcopal, 598
Phillis, to, 139.
flections addressed to the author of
the articie of "the Church" in the
Philosophy, poems relative to, treating
goras, 154. Democritus, 154. Plato,
Aristippus, 141. Zeno, 123. Maaper- Rawdon, to the Lady Charlotte, from
the banks of the St. Lawrence, B4
Ben Jonson, 64, n.
Reason, 143. 247. 281. 348. 367.
Pictures, Italian galleries of, 46 Reason, Folly, and Beauty, 281.
Red Fox, the, 30.
Redbreast, the, in December, 281.
light gleam'd, 339.
Reform, notions on, 601.
Religion, the "Sacred Songs," .
Plato, epigram of, 75, n. He wrote in Religion and trade, 628.
Religion in the East, Brahma, &c. .
Platonic philosophy, and followers of (See Lalla Rookh.)
Plato, 153, et seg.
Religious emblems and types, 302. In-
cisms of Fadladeen on this romance, Poco-Curante Society, the, 495. (See Remember him thou leav'st behind,
Remember the time in La Mancha's
Poet's dream: Dinner of Type and Co., shades, 351.
Remember thee! 254.
Occasional address, for the opening Political allusions, by the author, 35, ct Russell, after a conversation in which
637, et seq. See the Satirical Poems, Resemblance, the: Yes, if 'twere any
Political and Satirical Pooms, 455, &c. Reverend Pamphleteer, the, 618.
Politics, Irish, allusions to, 20 et seq. Intions passed at a meeting of, 588
See 547–636, et passim.
Reynolds, Mr. Thomas, 452.
Rhodope, 676. Fable of the Lady of
the Pyramid, 676.
Rhymes on the Road, extracted from
the journal of a travelling member of
the Poco-Curante Society, in 1819,
Rich and rare were the gems she were,
Rich in bliss, I proudly scom, (Ode
Kilkenny Theatre, Octolm't, 1809, 513. Ring, the; a tale of Rupert, 128.
Ring, the :-The happy day at length
Psa phon, his birds taught to pronounce arrived, 128.
Ring, the :-No, Lady! Lady! keep
the ring. 120.
Rings and Seals, 150.
Ripeu'd by the solar beam, (Ode LIL