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THEN, FARE THEE WELL.

English Air.

THEN, fare thee well, my own dear love,
This world is now for us
No greater grief, no pain above
The pain of parting thus, dear love!
The pain of parting thus !

Had we but known, since first we met,
Some few short hours of bliss,
We might in numb’ring them, forget
The deep, deep pain of this, dear love!
The deep, deep pain of this.

But no

we've never seen One glimpse of pleasure's ray But still there came some cloud between, And chas'd it all away, dear love! And chas'd it all away! Yet e'en could those sad moments last Far dearer to my heart Were hours of grief, together past, Than years of mirth apart, dear love! Than years of mirth apart.

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VOL. VI.

Farewell-our hope was born in fears,
And murs'u 'mid vain regrets!
Like winter suas, il rose in tears,
Like them in tears it sets, dear love;
Like thein in tears it sets.

THE END.

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IX.- In Epistle from Mr. Deputy Bull,
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X.-Epistle from the Catholic Arch-
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XI.-Nial O'Connor, King of Ulster
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XI.-A Scholar of Trinity College,
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Xill.-Phelim O'Connor, (the Young.
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XV.-An Irishman to the Irish People 227

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A PACKET OF POEMS.

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The Christening of Dunleary
Lines accompanying a Glass Goblet sent to the

Lord Mayor of Dublin by the Ducheses of
Richmond

243

The Keenan, or Farewell Irish Cry

245
An Irish Melody

249
Trre
to the Duchess of R-

d

251
Lines on the Reception of a certain Marquis in
Ireland

253
A New Irish Melody

255
Dirby and Teague, an Irish Eclogue

257
Ona Recent Dismissal

265
The Dutrlin Mayor and the London Alderman 267
A versification of the Irish Oration

- 272
Tee-Handed Whist

276

Peace be around thee
Common Sense ano Genius
Then fare thee well

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