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Beza, Theodore, 550; lines by, 558.
ABELARD, on the mistletoe, 279.

Black broth, 16.
Adrian's death-song, new version of, 112. Black earth, melaiva xow (Melancthon,
Aerolite, the Blarney Stone an, according 86.
to Lardner, 65.

Black Prince, 13.
Ainsworth, author of “ Rookwood,” 403, Blarney, Castle of, 35; plundered by the
519, 569.

Danes, 87; song of Jack Bellew there.
Anacreon, 226.

upon, 88; stormed by Oliver Cromweil,
Andres, “Storia di ogni Letteratura," 290. as per song, 100.
Angel (the) of Poetry, to L.E.L., 313. Blarney, Groves of, in English, French,
Animal spirits, 378.

Greek, Latin, and Irish, 56; a contro-
Anne Chovy a heroine, 20.

verted point in the song, 84.
Anne (Queen) accused of tippling, 258. Blarney Stone, true history of, 50.
Arachne the nymph, Ireland compared to, Blessington (Lady), her “ Conversations

of Byron," 31.
Ariosto quoted, 48.

Blindman's buff, origin of, 265.
Aristotle quoted, 53.

Blomfield, Bishop, 1.
Aristophanes quoted, 296.

Boëthius de Consolatione Philosophica,
Ausonius cited, 108.

Autobiography the rage, 301; that of Bé- Boileau quoted, 109.
ranger, ib.

Bonaparte. "Popular Recollections of,"
Avignon, seat of the muses, 208; of the 248; “ Flight of," 356.
popedom, ib.; visited by Prout, 324. Boscovich, his works, 180; his wig, 338.

Bowring (Dr.), knight-errantry of, 201,

Bacon an admirer of Jesuit colleges, 179. Brennus, song of, on planting the vine in
Barcarolle, “O pescator," 355.

Gaul, 210; ancestor of the O'Brennans,
Barry the painter, 321, 489, 498.

Bellew (Jack), editor of the “Cork Chro- Brongham, Henry, initiated at Blarney,
nicle," 75; his song, 88.

65; disputes with Prout on drunken-
Bells--the " Shandon Bells," 159; Victor ness, 113; his letter to Lord Lyndhurst,
Hugo on the bells of Paris, 158.

Nov. 1834, 132; his modesty at the Tui-
Benedict XIV.(Prosper Lambertini) sends leries, 161.
Voltaire his blessing, 321.

Buchanan, George, 561.
Béranger, eulogy of, 210.

Buffon, 14; cosmogony of, 264,
Song of Brennus, ib.

Bulwer (E.), takes to pamphleteering,
Song of the Cossack, 214.

Ode to Lardner, 221.

Burke (Edmund), on fisheries, 323; the
Song of Diogenes, 223.

" protector" of Barry, 497 ; on children,
Le Pigeon Messager, 224.

The Dauphin's Birth-day, 241. Byron cited, 2, 9, 29, 361, 373, 377, 492;
Recollections of Bonaparte, 248.

his Hebrew Melodies, 344.
The Tri-coloured Flag, 251.
The Painter's Funeral, a Pem, 270,
Les Etoiles qui filent, 281.
Les Bohémiens, 293.

Cæsar's Commentaries, 84; his statue, 89.
Le Dieu des bonnes Gens, 297

Callaghan (Terry), his character, 73; his
Le Grenier, 299.

song, 100; brings "the chest to Lon-
Le l'ailleur et la Fée, 301.

dou, 104; is made a policemap through
L'Ange exilé, 313.

Feargus O'Connor, M.P., 233.

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Calvinists popular at Billingsgate, 12. Diderot saw no difference between himselt
Campbell (Tom) bound in Morocco, 343; and dog but the clothes, 267, 279.
his second sight, 346.

Diogenes, song of, about his tub and his
Campbell, his “Hohenlinden" done into lantern, 223.
Latin, 92.

Dionysius, tyrant of Cecily, a song about,
Carew, MJy (Ang. et Lat.), 487.

Carnival and Ash Wednesday, 3.

Dowden, inventor of,“ pyroligneous acid."
Cervantes fought at Lepanto, 353.

his opinions, 75; his song, 96; his son
Charlemagne, capitulari of, 217.

briety, 113.
Chailes V. visits the tomb of Bachelen, Doyle of Carlow (J. K. L.), 106.
the first herring-barreller, 21.

Drink, five reasons why people should,
Charles XII. of Sweden, his portrait in 205.
Blarney Castle, 90.

Drunkenness, 113.
Chateaubriand (Comtesse de), her song, Dryden, a sad fellow, 358; why called

“Va où la gloire t'invite,” 147; le Vi- glorious, ib.
comte de, a poem by, 256.

Duncombe (Tom) and Jack Reeve, 224.
Chaucer, and Froissart, 239; copies from Dupuis, " Origine des Cultes," par, 266,

Petrarch, 240; complaint of, 241; Gri- absurdity of, ib.

seldis, 245.
Chrysostom, his remark in preaching
from a ship, 81; is abused by Tom

Moore, 144; breaks out in fine style, Eggs, praise of, 98.
204; an elegant metaphor from, 83. Elizabeth, her statute on fish-diet, 11.
Cicero, 104; a plagiarist, 136; quoted, 235, Eloy, St., a tinker and poet, 218.
260, 263, 304, 315.

Epictetus quoted, 48.
Corbet, the great Munster dentist, 78;| Erasmus, his opinion on Patrick's purga-

resembles Scarron and Cadmus, ib.; tory, 48; pun on his name, 86; his
song, "the Ivory Tooth," 93.

aversion to clerical idlers, 87.
Cornelius a Lapide, 6, 135, 169, 177, 181, Eustace (Rev. John Chetwode), his Clas
200, 501.

sical Tour, 317.
Cresswell, Frank, his forced observance of

Lent, 5.
Cresswell, Lady, 4.

Crichton, the Admirable, 519, 564, 565. Father Tom, 499.
Crofton Croker well acquainted with Fathers, Moore's attack on the, 143.

Watergrasshill, 5; discovers the ety- Fiddler's (the French) Lamentation, a
mology of “Blarney," 35 ; also the like-
ness of a fried egg to a daisy, 99; ac- Filicaia's Italia! Italia ! "To prostrate

count of Shandon steeple, by, 159. Italy,” 330; Il Mose di Michel Angelo:
Cromwell, a canting thief, 358; storms “Statue, whose giant limbs," 332.
Blarney Castle, 56, 100.

Fisherman, Masaniello a, 20; the Apostles
Crusades, 43, 207.

were fishermen, 10; “O pescator," 355.

Foundling Hospital at Cork, reflections

on, 125.
Dagobert, song about, 217; educated in Fracastor, Jerome, 546.
Ireland, 218.

France, Prout's travels through, 5, 108,
Danae, lament of, 130.

204; language of, how essential, 236;
Dante dissuaded by the monks of Bobbio influence of French writers on those of

from writing in Latin, 323; his “Porch England, ib.; Songs of, 201, 231, 257,

of Hell,” 336; his terza rima, 335. 287; adieu to the Songs of, 313.
Danube, lines on the, 47.

Free-trade, theory of, 292.
Dauphin, why so called, 16; in usum Del- Frogs, French food, 12; quotation from
phini, Jesuits' editions, 176; song on Aristophanes, 266.
the Dauphin's, 241.

Froissart a priest, 239 ; sketch of, ib.
David the painter, a regicide, 270; the

funeral of, a poem by Béranger, ib.
Deane, Sir Thomas, knight and builder,

87, 89.

Ganganelli a rogue, 186, 320; interview
De la Vigne (Casimir), his “ Dog of the with, 509.
Three Days," a ballad, 277.

Garret (the) of Béranger, 299.
Democritus cited, 114.

Gaul, landing of the Phoceans in Gallia
Demosthenes quoted, 347.

Narbonensis described, 291; planting of
Denis (St.) walked headless five miles, 288. the vine in, 210.
Denis Diderot, Denis Lardner, Denis the Geese, a panegyric on, 283.

critic, Dionysius Ilalicarnassepsis, 258, Germanic confederacy of quacks and

į dunces, 344,

song, 276.

Gnd (the), of Béranger, a deistical poem, Knapp, map of Cork, a foe to mad dogte

38; the knapp's sack, 86; Prout's fos
Goderich (Lord), known as a goose, 189. ter brother, 155.
Goldsmith in France, 205; robs a French-
man, 237; and a French lady, Madm.

Blaise, ib.

Ladies, three cheers for the, 5.
Good dry Lodgings, a song by Diogenes, Lake Leman, its attractions, 551.

Lamartine, a poem by, on the exile of
Griselda, original Norman ballad of, 245. Manoël, 272.
Guy d'Arezzo, his narrative, 349.

Lame heroes and writers, 175.
Gypsies, political economy of the, a song, Landon (Miss), gives her name to a frozen
by Béranger, 293.

lake, 133; lines addressed to, 314.
Larduer (Þr Denis), a compiler, 31 ; a

man of letters, 50, 83; never visited

Blarney, 63; his purgatory, 66; his
Hardouin's discoveries, 138, 139; and his tract on the potato, 83; ideas on astro
epitaph, 140.

nomy, 132; Béranger's Ode to, 221.
Hastings, battle of, 13.

Larry, "The night before Larry was
Hayes (Joe), master-spirit of the Glen stretched," a song, 267.

distillery, 72; his worm never dies, ib. Laura, Prout in love with, 346.
Herbert, his Nimrod, 145.

Lee, Nat, the dramatist, 114.
Herbert, George, 430.

Leipsic, the annual book-fair of, 342.
Herrings—la journée des harengs, 13; sale Lent, apology for,9; old as Tertullian, 10;

of, in Greece, 17; warlike food, 20; traced to Lentulus, 18.
foundation of Amsterdam laid on her- Leonidas, not president of a beef-steak-
ring bones, 21.

club, 17.
Homer quoted, 39, 66, 80, 108, 220, 247, 263. Lepanto, song on the battle of, 353.
Horace, Songs of, 370, 393, 415, 435, 459. Literary renegades, punishment for, 358.
Horace cited, 9, 12, 18, 63, 79, 97, 102, 126, Loyola (Don Ignacio de), an old soldier,

131, 139, 184, 201, 318, 322, 327, 397, 550. has a leg shattered at Pampeluna, 173;
Hudibras, 15.

his chivalrous vigil at Montserrat, 174.
Huns, cookery of the, 15; king of the, 215, lame heroes, 175.

Lucan (Pharsalia, v. 28), 208.
Huss (John), anecdote concerning, 289. Lucretius quoted, 114.

Irish exports, their chief item, 25.

Macrobius quoted, 81.
Irish names, 75.

Madness, thoughts on, 110; mad authors,

Italy, Songs of, 315, 342.

Maginn, Dr., a literary embalmer, 516.

Malbrouck, song of, 219; effects of, or

South Sea Islanders, 221.
James I., a patron of Scotch herrings, 11 Marchangy, “la Gaule Pot ue," 206.
Jeffers, Lady, 35.

Margaret, Prout's servant, 72 ; song in
Terome (St.) quoted, 136, 238.

honour of, 98; makes the punch toi
Jesuits, massacre of, at Madrid, 164; ever strong, 345.

in hot water, 165; not understood by Marot (Clement), poem by, 253.
Robertson, 168; Cerutti's “ Apologie," Marseillais hymn, original of, 253.5.
171; Gresset's "Adieux,” 172; founded Martial quoted, si.
by an old soldier, 173; Institutum Soc. Martineau, Harriet, able to defend her.
Jesu, 175; rapid progress of, 176; dis- self, 141.
tinguishable from other monks, ib.; ratio Masaniello, 20.
studicrum, 178; their pupils, 179; their Mazarin, a saying of Cardinal, 287.
learned men, 180, 182; their ill-treat- Medical theories in verse, 546, 547.
ment, 183; their missions, ib.; conduct Melancthon's real name, 86.
during the plague at Marseilles, 185; Mensini's “ Il Capro," "There's a goat ic
fell like the Templars, 183; defence of, the vineyard !" 359.

Michel Angelo, his "Statne of Moses,"
Juvenal cited, 18, 203, 236, 345.

his “ Farewell to Sculpture," "al cro-

cifisso," 366.

Miller (Joe), Josephus Molitor, 213.

Millevoye, a true poet 254; “La Chute
Kidnappers, cat-o'-nine-tail-villains, 135. des Feuilles," 255; “Priez pour moi,"
Kingsborough's (Visct.)“ Mexican Anti- a ballad, 227.
quities," 344; mulberry plantation on Modern Latin poets, 513.
tate of, 517.

Moore's “ Let Erin remember the days .

old," a translation from Prout, 95; his the Papal court, 235; meets Chaucer in
rogueries, 135; his "Travels in Search Provence, 240; communicates to him
of Religion,” 143; attack on "the Fa- the tale of Griselda, ib.; his exquisite
thers," 144; his visits to Blarney, 146; Platonism, 324; his “Address to the
"Go where glory waits thee,” from the Fountain of Vaucluse," 225; is robbed
French, 147; “O'twas all but a dream," by Tom Moore, 327 ; a passage in his
from ditto, 149; " Lesbia hath a beam- will, ib.; Prout envies him his death,
ing eye,” from the Latin, with a portrait 346; his epitaph, 348;, his triumph at
of Moore, taken in flagrante delicto, 150; the Capitol, 349; he dances a pas seul
“The Shamrock," from the French, 154; in the palazzo Colonna, 350; his vision
" Wreath the bowl," from the Greek, of a white doe, 351; his connexion with
156; his“ History of Ireland,” 343; robs Cola Rienzi, 352; his “Dream,” 368; his
Petrarca, 327; "appropriates" Horace, " Palinodia," 369.
430; robs Fontenelle, 545.

Petronius Arbiter quoted, 77.
More (Sir T.), his joke on Erasmus, 87; Phædrus, 157, 203, 238, 287.
his poetry, 166.

Pigs in Ireland, 25.
Morgan (Lady) and Puckler Muskaw, 165; Pilgrimages, a plea for, 29.
her “Italy," 318.

Pindar quoted, 96.
Mullins (Denny), patriot and breeches- Plantagenet, derivation of, 49.
maker, the Aristides of Cork, 171. Plato quoted, 263.

Pliny the Elder's etymology of water

cresses, 260.

Pliny the Younger quoted, 81.,
Nebuchadnezzar, statue of, 60, 89. Plutarch quoted, 17, 114.
Nicodemo Lermil, a Milanese Poet, his POETRY-Songs :

song on the Battle of Waterloo, 356. Groves of Blarney (polyglot), 56.
Nights passed in study, 310, 345.

The muse shed a tear, 88.
Noctes Atticæ, 345.

Come, list to my stave (Anglicè et Græcè;
Noll, old, a canting thief, 358; storms 91.
Blarney Castle, 56, 100.

On Linden when the sun ( Lat.), 92
Normans, a glorious race, 244; terror they Believe me, dear Prout, 93.
spread, 247.

Let Erin remember (Angl. et Lat.), 95.
I sing the fount of soda, 96.

Why then, sure it was made by a learn

ed owl (Angl. et Lat.), 98.
O'Brien (Henry), his various acquire- O, Blarney Castle, my darlint, 100.
ments, 141; his death and character,

Adrian's death-song, 112;

Stella's lament, While round the
O'Connell got no rint from Watergrasshill, churn,” (Gr. et Ang.), 131.

73; an enemy to poor-laws, 127; advo- A Chancellor's song (Gallicè), 132.
cates a grand national cemetery in Dublin, Go where glory (Ang. et Gall.), 147.
128; denounced by Doyle, 106; resem- O'twas all but a dream (Ang. et Gall.,
bles Wood, of copper celebrity,121 ; his 149.
“ Abbey," 299.

Lesbia hath a beaming eye (Ang. et
O'Fagans, a hungry race, 85; origin of Lat.), 150.
the name, ib.

Marie Stuart (Gall.), 153.
O'Kelly, an Irish poet, 435.

Through Erin's isle (Ang. et Gall.), 154.
Olden, inventor of a shaving oil called Wreath the bowl (Ang. et Gr.), 156.

Eukeirogeneion, 77; his song in praise The Shandon bells, 159.
of the same, in Greek and English, 91. When at thy shrine, most holy maid
O'Meara, not the“Voice from St. Helena," (Ang. et Lat.), 174.

79; a Franciscan friar: pleasant man, When Brennus came back here from
ib.; sings the praise of eggs, 98.

Rome (Gall. et Angl.), 210.
Oriental poetry, decline and fall of, 98. "Il pleut, il pleut enfin,"—Rain best
vid quoted, 290, 343.

doth nourish, &c., 212,
Owen Glendower fed on leek& 12.

The song of the Cossack (Angl. et Gall.).


Le bon Roy Dagobert, 217.

Malbrouck s'en va-t-en guerre, 219.
Pancakes of Greek origin, 26.

L'épée de Damocles - The dinner of
Pascal's "Lettres Provinciales," 184 ; Dionysius (Gall. et Angl.), 221.
hypochondriac, 186.

My dwelling is ample, 223.
Pasquinade, a Roman, 233.

" Le pigeon messager,

Helea sat by
Peter the Great chops off the beards of

my side, 224.
the Russians, 90.

“Dans la solitaire bourgade,"–. Pray for
Petrarca, his sonnets not condemned by


me, 227

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“Le sable," _The, 228.
Meet me by moonlight (Angl. et Gall.),

Good people all (Angl. et Gall.), 237.
The public all of one accord (Angl. et

Gall.), ib.
Froissart's song (Gall.), 239.
"La Naissance du Dauphin," - The

Dauphin's birthday, 241.
Ballad of Griselda (Norman and English),

"On parlera de sa gloire,” — They'll

talk of him for years to come, 248.
“Le vieux drapeau," – The tricolour

flag, 251.
Clement Marot's song to the vanguard

of the French (Gall. et Angl.), 253.
"De la dépouille de nos bois," -Autumn

had stript the grove, 255.
“Il descend ce cercueil," — Ere that cof-

fin goes down, 256.
" Noé le patriarche," 258.

La théorie des éclipses,"— Blindman's
buff, 265.
" La mort de Socrate,”—The night be-

fore Larry was stretched, 267.
“Le convoi de David,”—The painter's

funeral, 270.
* Généreux, favoris,"-If your bosom

beats high, 272.
“Le violon brisé.”—The French fid-

dler's lament, 275.
"Le chien du Louvre,"— The dog of the

Three days, 277.
The Mistletoe, a type of the Heaven-

born, 279.
" Les étoiles qui filent,” – Shepherd,

they say that a star presides, 281.
" Les oies," -A panegyric on geese, 283.
“ Le Temps et l'Amour,"-Old Time is

a pilgrim, 284.
"Si je devais un jour," - If my mind's

independence one day I'm to sell, 286.
“Les Bohémiens," a gypsy song, -Sons

of witchcraft, 293.
"Le Dieu des bonnes gens,”—There's a

God whom the poet, 297.
“ Le grenier,"—The garret of Béranger,

"Le tailleur et la fée," — Autobiography

of a poet, 301,
* Le voile : orientale,"—What has hap-

pen'd, my brothers? (Victor Hugo),

"Monseigneur le duc de Bretagne,”-

The bride of the cymbaleer (Victor

Hugo), 307.
"Ah, le bel état! que l'état de sollat 1"

-The French soldier's life, 310.
Les Funerailles de Beaumanoir (Gall.),

"L'ange exilé," -Lady, for thee (to L.

E. L.), 313.
Petrarca's ode, -“ Sweet fountain of

Vaucluse," 825

“Non mi far, o Vulcan," — The wine

cup bespoken, 329.
“ Italia! Italia !"-Filicia's song, 330.
" Chi è costui,"--Statue, whose giant

limbs, 332.
“Io credea,”—Tiber! my early dream,

“Per me si va," (Dante),-Seek ye ye

path, 336.
“O crine, o crin," - With awe I look on

that peruke, 339.
“ Una candida cerva,"-A form I saw

with secret awe, 351.
"Cantiam' tutti,"—Song on the battle

of Lepanto, 353.
“O pescator,”—Prythee, young fisher-

man, 355.
" La fuga di Napoleone,"—When Bo-

naparté, overcome, 356.
“Son povera ragazza,

a village song,
Quel capro maledetto," There's &

goat in the vineyard ! 359.
“Guarda che biancha luna!" a serenade,

“Fluttering spread thy purple pinions,"

"Il dono di Venere," — With roses

Kreathed around his ringlets, 365.
“ Al crocifisso,"-Michel Angelo's fare-

well to sculpture, 366.
Petrarch's dream,“Quando il soave mio

fido conforto,". She has not quite

forgotten me, 368.
“I'vo piangendo i miei passati tempi,"
-Bright days of sunny youth ! 369.
The attractions of a fashionable Irish

watering-place, 499.
La Zingarella - "Ben venuto, vec.

chiarello,"—The flight into Egypt,

“Cives Hymetti,”—Citizens of Mount

Hymettus, 537.
“ Dives Galesus," – As slow the plough,

“Est mihi rivo vitreus perenni," -

There's a fount, 544.
“ Je voyais du rivage,” 545.
“Si rogat Cererem," The soldier

soothes, 553.
Nay, gather not that filbert, 554.
Meditations in a wine-cellar, 557.
Ode on the taking of Calais (Lat. et

Angl.). 561.
The old housewife's address to her gude

man (Lat. et Angl.), 561.
The Red-breast of Aquitania, 007.
The legend of Arethusa, 569.
There's a being bright, 571.

Life a bubble (Fr. et Angl.), ib.
Poetry, the nurse of freedom in every age,

Poets, the earliest writers in every lan-

guage, 322.
Potato, the, 26.

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