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Profession, the Military, in France, a Spartan black broth, 16.
Spenser, his account of Irish diet, A.D.
gallantry, ib.; fond of angling, 6; his Staël (Madame de), 347.
for eating children, 127.
Tacitus, 140. De Morib. Germ., 244.
Talleyrand, a schoolfellow of Prout, 103;
gives a death.blow to the old Gallican
Tasso, madness of, 118; begs his cat to
by, ib.; his melancholy death, 348; epi
Templars, tribute to the, 185.
Tiber, ode to the, by Guidi, 333.
Segur, 284: ode to Time, by Thomas,
ages, 46; his relish for salmon, 81; his
wine-cup bespoken, 329,
Tricolor flag, song on the, 251.
Troubadours, a queer set, 241, 244.
University at Blarney, projected, 65.
University, the London, 132.
Vanière, Jacques, 555,
Vert-vert, the parrot, a poem, 188; hys
originall innocence, ib.; hys fatall re-
awful discoverie, 196.
poem, " 'The Veil," 305; his ballad,
* The bride of the cymbaleer," 307.
Vida, sketch of his life, 513; his poem Wetherell, Sir C., letter from, about King
Whalley, Jerusalem, 65.
164, 181, 183, 216, 217, 322, 342, 344, 349, De fictâ comâ, &c. 339.
Wine debtor to water, 212.
serenade, 363; “Il dono di Venere," — 121; a kidnapper, 124, 135.
The gift of Venus, 365.
Pyrenees, 266 ; his occupation at Pots.
Yorke, Oliver, editor of the Reliques,
Derrynane, and why, 73; why like the
Zisca. his skin made into a drum, 288.
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