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Irish Melodies by Thomas Moore, Contents list & Page Numbers.
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|Title Page Contents Preface Preface Preface Preface6 Preface Preface Preface Preface Preface Preface Preface Preface Preface Preface Preface Preface Preface Preface Preface Preface Preface Preface Preface Go where Glory waits thee - 0101 Page - 0102 Remember the glories of Brien the Brave, "War Song," - 0103 Erin! the tear and the smile in thine eyes. - 0104 Oh! breathe not his name, let it sleep in the shade, When he, who adores thee, has left but the name - 0105 The harp that once through Tara's halls - 0106 Fly not yet; 'tis just the hour - 0107 Oh! think not my spirits are always as light - 0108 Tho' the last glimpse of Erin with sorrow I see - 0109 Rich and rare were the gems she wore - 0110 As a team o'er the face of the waters may glow, The Meeting of the Waters, There is not in the wide world a valley so sweet - 0111 Oh ! haste and leave this sacred isle, St. Senanus and the Lady - 0112 Page - 0113 How dear to me the hour when daylight dies, Take back the virgin page - 0114 The Legacy, When in death I shall calm recline - 0115 How oft has the Benshee cried - 0116 Page - 0117 "We may roam thro' this world, like a child at a feast." - 0118 Eveleen's Bower, Oh ! weep for the hour - 0119 Let Erin remember the days of old - 0120 Page - 0121 "Silent, oh Moyle, be the roar of thy water", The Song of Fionnnala - 0122 Come, send round the wine, and leave points of belief, Sublime was the warning that Liberty spoke - 0123 Page - 0124 "Believe me, if all those endearing young charms" - 0125 Erin 1 oh Erin!, Like the bright lamp that shone in Kildare's holy fane - 0126 "Drink to her who long," - 0127 "Oh! blame not the bard, if he fly to the bowers." - 0128 Page - 0129 While gazing on the morn's light - 0130 Ill Omens, When daylight was yet sleeping under the billow - 0131 Before the Battle, "By the hope within us springing," - 0132 Page - 0133 After the Battle, 'Tis sweet to think, that, where'er we rore, Night clos'd around the conqueror's way - 0134 Page - 0135 The Irish Peasant to his Mistress, Through grief and through danger - 0136 On Music, "When thro' life unblest We rove.," - 0137 It is not the tear at this moment shed, The Origin of the Harp, 'Tis believ'd that this Harp - 0138 Love's young Dream, "Oh! the days are gone, when Beauty bright" - 0139 Page - 0140 The Prince's Day, "Tho' dark are our sorrows, to-day we'll forget them" - 0141 "Weep on, weep on, your hour is past" - 0142 Lesbia hath a beaming eye - 0143 Page - 0144 I saw thy form in youthful prime..... - 0145 "By that Lake, whose gloomy shore" - 0146 She is far from the land where her young hero sleeps. - 0147 "Nay, tell me not, dear, that the goblet drowns." - 0148 Avenging and bright fall the swift sword of Erin - 0149 Page - 0150 "Here we dwell, in holiest bowers", Love and the Novice, What the bee is to the floweret - 0151 This life is all chequered with pleasures and woes - 0152 Ohl the Shamrock, Through Erin's Isle - 0153 Page - 0154 "At the mid hour of night, when stars are weeping" - 0155 One bumper at parting! tho' many - 0156 Page - 0157 "'Tis the last rose of summer," - 0158 "The young May moon is beaming, love" - 0159 The Minstrel boy to the war is gone - 0160 Oh! 'tis sweet to think that where'er we rove, The Song of O'Ruark, The valley lay smiling before me - 0161 Page - 0162 Oh 1 had we some bright little isle of our own - 0163 Farewell I but whenever you welcome the hour - 0164 Oh! doubt me not. - 0165 "You remember Ellen, our hamlet's pride" - 0166 I 'd mourn the hopes that leave me. - 0167 Come o'er the sea - 0168 Has sorrow thy young days shaded - 0169 No not more welcome the fairy numbers - 0170 "When first I met thee, warm and young" - 0171 Page - 0172 While History's Muse the memorial was keeping - 0173 The time I 've lost in wooing - 0174 Oh ! where's the slave so lowly - 0175 "Come, rest in this bosom, my own stricken deer...." - 0176 "'Tis gone,' and for ever, the light we saw breaking...." - 0177 "I saw from the beach, when the morning was shining" - 0178 Fill the bumper fair - 0179 Page - 0180 Dear Harp of my country! in darkness I found thee.. - 0181 "My gentle Harp, once more I -waken" - 0182 As slow our ship her foamy track - 0183 "In the morning of life, when its cares are unknown" - 0184 When cold in the earth lies the friend thou hast lov'd. - 0185 "Remember thee ? yes, while there's life in this heart" - 0186 Wreath the bowl - 0187 Page - 0188 Whene'er I see those smiling eyes - 0189 "If thou 'It be mine, the treasures of air." - 0190 "To Ladies' eyes around, boy" - 0191 Forget not the field where they perish'd - 0192 They may rail at this life from the nour I began it - 0193 Oh for the swords of former time - 0194 Ne'er ask the hour what is it to us. - 0195 "Sail on, sail on, thou fearless bark" - 0196 The Parallel, "Yes, sad one of Sion if closely resembling" - 0197 Page - 0198 Drink of this cup -you'll find there's a spell in - 0199 "Down in the valley come meet me to-night,", The Fortune-teller - 0200 "Oh, ye Dead ! oh, ye Dead! whom we know" - 0201 O'Donohue's Mistress, Of all the fair months that round the sun. - 0202 Page - 0203 Echo, How sweet the answer Echo mates, Oh banquet not in those shining bowers - 0204 "The dawning of morn, the daylight's sinking", "Thee, thee, only thee" - 0205 "Shall the Harp then be silent, when he who first gave" - 0206 Page - 0207 "Oh, the sight entrancing" - 0208 Page - 0209 "Sweet Inuibfallcn, fare thee well" - 0210 "'Twas one of those dreams that by music are brought," - 0211 Fairest! put on awhile - 0212 Page - 0213 Quick! we have but a second. - 0214 And doth not a meeting like this make amends ... - 0215 Page - 0216 "In yonder valley there dwelt, alone ,", The Mountain Sprite - 0217 As vanquish'd Erin wept beside - 0218 By the Feal's wave benighted, Desmond's Song. - 0219 Page - 0220 "I wish I was by that dim Lake ,", "They know not my heart, who believe there can be ," - 0221 Page - 0222 "She sung of Love, while o'er her lyre" - 0223 Sing sing Music was given. - 0224 Though humble the banquet - 0225 "Sing, sweet Harp, oh sing to me" - 0226 Song of the Battle Eve, "To-morrow, comrade, we" - 0227 Page - 0228 The Wandering Bard, What life like that of the bard can be - 0229 "Alone in crowds to -wander on," - 0230 "I 've a secret to tell thee, but hush 1 not here" - 0231 Song of Innisfail, They came from a land beyond the sea - 0232 Strike the gay harp! see the moon is on high, The Night Dance - 0233 There are sounds of mirth - 0234 "Oh! Arranmore, lov'd Arranmore" - 0235 Lay his sword by his side - 0236 "Oh! could we do with this world of ours," - 0237 The wine-cup is circling in Almhin's hall - 0238 Page - 0239 From this hour the pledge is given, The dream of those days - 0240 Silence is in our festal halls - 0241 Page - 0242 Information on other books & prefatory notices Page - 0246 Page - 0247 Page - 0248 Page - 0249 Page - 0250 Page - 0251 Page - 0252 Page - 0253 Page - 0254 Page - 0255 Page - 0256 Page - 0257 Page - 0258 Page - 0259 Page - 0260 Index of Titles - 0261 Page - 0262 Page - 0263 Page - 0264 Page - 0265|