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of our own sweet countrymen. Joe John Campbell voted for Mr. Leader. Hume made an attempt to talk, and was It was a contest between Ministers and met by cries of “Goose, Goose." How the Protestant Constitution. The batever, he managed to tell them, that they tle has been fought for the Proteshad disgraced themselves by neglect. tants of Ireland, and they have triing Leader. “Ay, and you'll follow umphed. It is meet and fitting that at the leader,” roared a great John Bull, your feet I should lay the congratulawho looked as if he had a vote for Mid- tions, which from my heart I offer to dlesex ;
and Joe turned very pale, for them upon that triumph. not the most distant chance has he or I hope you will print this letter if it any other but a good Conservative of reaches you in time ; if it answers no ever sitting again for Middlesex. other end, it will at least serve as a
It is time, however, for me to draw memento in your pages of a triumph this rambling letter to a close. I have which you ought not to omit. so much to congratulate you on in the And so, my dear Anthony, I am issue of this election, that I hardly yours, with the profoundest respect, know where to begin. Lord Palmers
A LOOKER-OB. ton and Sir Ruffian Donkey and Sir Westminster, 18th May, 1837.
INDEX TO VOL. IX.
A Sketch, 144.
Curiosities of Irish Literature, No, I.
The Libraries, 3+1, The Thaumatur-
gists, 345; No. II; The Mere Irish,
Political Relations, by Grund, review Cyclops in Love, 499.
Destroyer and Deliverer, a Tale of the
17; Oh, if as Arabs Fancy, 233; Di Fruehen Graeber, 283.
Early Graves, 284.
ler's Drama of Wallenstein's Camp Wall, 61-234.
other Song Singers of Germany, 271. land, 196.
Rocky Mountains, by Washington Henry More, 98.
Fardorougha the Miser; or the Convicts
M Flail, late P.P. of Ballymac Carleton, 212-251-426-521.
Fisherman, the, 284.
Forests of Ireland, 666.
Gallery of Illustrious Irishmen--No VII.
on Political Economy, Notice of, 597. No. VIII. Sheridan.- Part I. 469;
Miser; or the Convicts of Lisnamona, Gilfillan's, Robert, Napoleon's Midnight
Review, From the German of Zedletz,
Glance at Political Affairs, by Terence
Grave, the, 281.
Greek Elegy and Epitaph, 407.
Capt. in the 4-th Regt. Chap. I. Cork, view of, 507.
Hints from High Places.No. V. 616.
Highland Society's Prize Essay, 710.
Hymn from the Funeral Service of St. Notes of a Tour by Ulysses O'Gommelah,
Laing, Review of, 443.
Oh, if as Arabs Fancy, by John Anster,
Capabilities of, 46; Past and Present O'Ruark, Terence, Modern Town-talk,
Peel, Sir Robert, 131.
Pelet's Napoleon in Council, Translated
The Libraries, 341; The Thauma- Poetry- A Vision of Judgment, 15; The
Napoleon's Midnight Review, 19; The
Mountain River, 58; A Dream, 59;
Earl of Charlemont.-- Part IV. 72; Hours, 195; « Oh if as Arabs
clops in Love, 499; Music, three
terprise beyond the Rocky Mountains, Flower, 615; The Boyhood of a
Dreamer, 661; Song, 695; I Fiorelli
Italiani-No. IX. 696; Night Thoughts
of Sin and Sorrow, 727; Mary's
Henry More, 98.
Political Affairs, a Glance at, by Terence
Popery and the Peerage, 118.
Pulpit, Jurisdiction in the Church of
No. 1. Notice of, 230.
Red Rapparee, a Tale, 318.
Review-Of Irving's Astoria; or, Enter-
prise beyond the Rocky Mountains,
tions of Free Nations, 176; Of No. I.
Sea in the Swan River Settlement, Review, 230; Of Napier's History of
the Peninsular War, vol. V. 300; Of
Wordsworth's Athens and Attica, 422;
Of Laing's Journal of a Residence in
and other Poems, 453; Of Grund's
Americans in their Moral, Social, and
Political Relations, 507; Of Moore's
Swan River Settlement, 570; Of Ire-
German of Baron Zedletz, by R. Pelet's Napoleon in Council, 587; Of
Professor Butt's Introductory Lecture
Dick Lauder's Highland Rambles, 6.51;
Sheridan, R. B. Sketch of his Life, 469, Thaumaturgists, The, 345.
The Past Year-Popery—and the Peer-
The Mountain River, 58.
A Tale, by the Author of Hyacinth Thought, 364.
Tieck, and the other Song-Singers of
Titian's Venus, 317.
Tobac ho, 283.
Tour by Ulysses O’Gommelah, Esq. 697.
Triumph of Music. By Anster, 17.
Vision of Judgment, 15.
burgh Review, 61, 234.
Part II. 33.
Warning, A, 28).
graphy of the Rev. Blackthorn Mac. Wordsworth's Journal of a Residence in
By W. Carleton, 212, 251, Review of, 453.
END OF VOL. IX.
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