Verse in English from eighteenth-century Ireland (Book, 1998) []
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Verse in English from eighteenth-century Ireland

Verse in English from eighteenth-century Ireland

Author: Andrew Carpenter
Publisher: Cork, Ireland : Cork University Press, 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This chronologically arranged anthology includes the work of about 60 Irish poets. The collection includes a range of previously unknown verse by poets such as Swift, William Dunkin, and many lesser  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Verse in English from eighteenth-century Ireland.
Cork, Ireland : Cork University Press, 1998
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Carpenter
ISBN: 1859181031 9781859181034 185918104X 9781859181041
OCLC Number: 38519911
Description: xix, 623 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 1687-1725 --
Six poems from the Williamite wars, 1687-91 --
Lilliburlero --
A Cruel and Bloody Declaration ... --
from: The Irish Hudibras or, Fingallian Prince --
The Irishmen's Prayers to St. Patrick ... --
Epitaph on the Duke of Grafton --
An Irish Song --
Nahum Tate (1652-1715) --
from: Panacea: A Poem upon Tea --
Song of the Angels at the Nativity of Our Blessed Saviour --
John Toland (1670-1722) --
from: Clito: a Poem on the Force of Eloquence --
William King (1663-1712) --
from: Mully of Mountown --
George Farquhar (1678-1707) --
To a Gentleman who had his Pocket Pick'd ... --
An Epigram on the Riding-House in Dublin, made into a Chappel --
William Congreve (1670-1729) --
Doris --
Thomas Parnell (1679-1718) --
To -----
On the Castle of Dublin, Anno 1715 --
Bacchus or the Drunken Metamorphosis --
Mary Monck (c. 1678-1715) --
An Elegie on a Favourite Dog --
A Tale --
James Ward (1691-1736) --
from: Phoenix Park --
The Smock Race at Finglas --
Morrough O'Connor (fl. 1719-40) --
An Eclogue in Imitation of the first Eclogue of Virgil --
Matthew Concanen (1701-1749) --
from: A Match at Football ... --
Anonymous poems current 1710-25 --
from: The Signior in Fashion --
A Petition to the Ladies of DUBLIN ... by the Old WASH-WOMEN --
from: The Cavalcade: A Poem On the RIDING the FRANCHISES --
An Irish Wedding between Dick and Moll --
The Irish Absentee's new Litany --
The Humble Petition of a Beautiful Young Lady To the Reverend Doctor B-rk--y --
from: Hesperi-neso-graphia: or, A Description of the Western Isle.
Responsibility: edited by Andrew Carpenter.
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