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starring in a cabin ; gets into par- the Constitution; never sings bawdy liament, vores for the Union, and songs but in select companies ; gets every abominable measure, and goes acquainted with some great man, on living in despicable preeminence. marries his girl, when six months

A Low Attorney.--A man of gone with child; gets a living in the great national capacity, which he country ; writes pamphlets against is constantly exerting io deserve the Popery ; hangs Rebels, and is at gailows and to escape it ; he pro- last rewarded with a mitre. mises every poor wretch that comes A Gentlemanly Priesı.- A man ir bis way, that he will redress who has studied in France, and him in one term, seems to have made the grand tour with an Eng. great indignation ac the injustice of lish Catholic family as Chaplain ; his client's antagonist, gets gradual. he has a great contempt for the Irish ly from him his last penny, fancies Priests and their vulgariry ; never all his liccle wables, and gers says mass, but to oblige some great them, when lie leaves him naked, family ; has no parience at the stutells him he cannot proceed without pidiiy of all people about the vero; money; he knows no feeling like plays Whist best of men ; he never shane; speaks nothing but lies; preaches, because its bad for his overreaches in the meanest concerns; lungs; dresses like a Proiestant Cler. is derested by every creature that gymran and wears a Protestant hat; knows him; still he lives well, wishes the Priests were exempted keeps a country-house and a car- from the meanness of living by riage ; he watches orphans and dis- mendicacy, and their flock, is greattressed people, and secures what ly admired, for his elegance by peo. little they trave, for the costs of de. ple of family; sets up a school for íraying them, cruelly, dullness, Catholic peers, and very rich mervillainy, and deceit sum up his cha, chants children, to reach them ihe racier.

the graces of piety, and to serve A genieel Clergyman (a Protese God like gentlemen. iant). --Any College Sizar, who af- Definition of a Liberal Irish Cater swallowing ihe Anti Popery tholic. One who professes himself oaths of the College, and driving a Christian in vague and general the Pope from his beily, by beef- terms, but does not adhere practistakes on Good Friday, in reward cally to the tenets of the Catholic of voring for the College members; Religion, he would believe the real gets into orders; lie dresses very presence at Upsal or Rome, worship nea, and uses cosmerics and per- Mahomet at Constantinople and fumes; ariends parties plays and adore the Grand Lama in Tartary, balls, and is remarkably aiientire he is an honorary Member of 10 the ladies; he is much admired every Religion on earth, and ne for his white hands, and his delivery ver found slow in coinciding with in the pulpit; steals his sermong the opinions of any secretary he out of the Speciator, and rags them meets, when there is a question of with a lexi from Saint Paul, and promoting his interests, or gratilyo pats in rio or three exclamations ing his passions. agains: Pojery, and a panegyric on

(To be continued.)

ORIGINAL

ORIGINAL POETRY.

FOR THE IRISH MAGAZINE,

fundis

Ja tbis marth's Magazine, coe present our readers with tbe follesving Latin Porra in

preise of Ireland, written by Father Anthony Brodin, of the County Clare, and profixed to bis Description of the Isle Of Saints ; a very scarce work, original) composed by bin and printed at Rome, during bing Exil: or Cromwell's Usurpation. Frost or Literary and Poetical Friends we solicit a translation. In the original, it is alsnded with a collction of notes ex:racted from ancient authors, as proofs for what is bercin advanced; they are too long for our present publica:194, but shall be given in seine future

Number of tbe Irish Magazine. Frigida, qoo tardus fequitur sua plauftra Hic latomus docta, quz polie arte, fodit. Bootes

Hic alawaftra latent, itaonum lapidcoque Cingitur Gccano, Dacda la terra, mari

molares, Terra throais regum, Sceptrifque minacibus Electrum. aes, plumbum, sulphur, et apta,

acre nitrum, Aequoris imperio, fertilitate foli,

Ferra dar in Martis duri, ceu vomeris, u.um, Portubus innumeris, Itatio beuefda carinis Vulcani incudis discutienda foco. Quas gravis in fanz Tethyos ira quatit. Plura quid ? affiduus fodientes edocet vfus, Fluminibus dotata suis, quæ mercibus urbes Quæ gremio inpalæ tertilitatis alit.

Pifcibus, et varia commoditate beant, Armia parent alii lucro, quxituque monente, Szclis dicta novis Hibernia, nomen et illi. Indorum ftruca littora, clatie petant.

Temporibus Patrum Scotia major erat. 10 Nil opus Hiberno longioquum quærere littus Dulcis aquæ ftagnis regio, lacubusque pro.

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Lucriferas merces patria culta dabit. Plena, quibus piscis circinat cmne genus Hibernas norunt argenti, aurique fouinar, Hic fua Neptuous statuit vivaria priscus ; * Carole, thesauri, magne monarcha, tui.

Ruricolisque suis horrea foeta Ceres Ambar, geinmiferas pilcofo in littore cuno Saltibus, et sylvis distinctus flumine multo;

chas,

iš Multaque mercator, dat quibus auget Fruclibus. et gratis foribus uber ager.

opes :

go Montibus emanant fontes, et cautibus altis, Aeris, et argentilatitat rimator, et auri. , Labentes leni murmure dulcis aquæ.

Lidius hac notus proprietate la pia. Planicies gleba regelun spatiosa fericis. Crefcit, ctio lucrum cultis genialidus arvir,

Moltiplices mcises unde colonus agit. 20 Qui is ficit multuin languida corda crocus, Praiaque luxuriant fluviis divisa vadulis ; Hic wurouila iument Bacchi vineta raceinis? In quibus eft propria prefica mortis clor.

55 Sponte fua aberces; quales Hibernia fundit; Negligit hos cultor de idiolus agros,

Ni videant oculi, vix adh benda fides , Navibus, et malis Hiberno robore le ris ; Vifere irtaifero ipondet fua munera tellus, 25 Cæruleum lzas naviia fulcatiler. "

Vendit; at affiduo ut cuncta labore dii. Hæc regio neleit Capricorni ipicula dura : Abliculo pesmulia sino pretio a metalla ; . Activasque tuas Cancer adulte faces. 60

Lucroso antıscuio digna labore lovet. Bruma licci nivibus faciein telluris obumbrei, Inloile Gleat Scriptorum penna tonantum ; iperitasque gelu corpora viva premat, Hoc pene immoce est fertilitate folum, Tertia temperie modcritiquc aris aurte,

Pene nives fulas dispat orta dies. Seriptores lector fidos, celebresque fagaci Çel pitibus, furvique calcat carbore camin';

lcgenio, et calamo conlula: hiftoricos. Inde laboranti tellus Hiberna colono,

Fascibus his mixtis pigra levatur hyems Cerget quas fundit (ertilitatis opes.

Fxulat hinc pellis i frenantur liosite morbis "1951 2770S S T2110 min2012 colore 33 Tardius hinc ?!'os trux L:L :2 in::il.

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Febris acuta tamen multorum corpora Brin. Quam illi Patricius priscis præscript ab

annie Ut quinia Lachelis famiva luce fecet. 70 Quam Itabilis tidei Roma colampa tene!. Hic natura luas miratur provida vires; Luglius hanc docuit, crudeli morte Rumol. Abjcre dun natas arbore ccroit aves :

dus, Cur volucrum patitur nullas tranfire volalu Plexa paternali regia Dympna manu. 120

Mililiæ angelice petra dicata duci ? Mono : Mornbolus Wiro, Vincentiu«, Etto Naachique lacus lignum qui foile durum, Neeta tyranorum, ac plurimi turba dalis

Q.12 regio in terris Hiberni ignara laboris? lu ferrum, et lapidem vertere pollet aqua? Que vivæ fidcidogmata luna colit: Fertilis ut frugum, pratiofa ci læta me. Kilano celebris divo Franconia, Gallo, 125 tallo,

Helvetii, Fiacro, Gallia, vota rovei, Sic volucres, pecudes, nutiit et illa feras Nonne Columbani Monachorum pervigil ordo Prasat equos ducibus Gradivi in prælia natos Lutravil meritis solis utrunque polum?

Kuricolis donat foreia colla boum. 80 Ignja inextineli Lariz, qui crescere percit, Hic armenta bouin levibus promiscua cervis; Ævis tot lapsis (Brixida virgo) ciais? 130

Vallibus umbrosis pafcua lieta legunt, Quot loca devole (uli mediantibus arces Falco ferox roitio, rapidis puni:us et alic, Sanctorum meritis porcelcbrata tenet? lafirmis avibus bella diurna movet

Patricii cumulus mioitanti rertice cælo, Allivolans radiis pullos solaribus ales 85 Quas biberit lacrymas, audieritque preHic probat, el nido Jejicit uogue nothus

ces ? Hic marium pelles, ovium hic largitur ovile Fictibus, et gemitu fulumque cruoribus Vellera ; vix Seres nobiliora coniunt.

antrum, Ubera plena fales, fordis dat, roscida mella. Quot novit lalta pectora tufa manu ?

Floribus è lemmis innuba neclit apis. 90 ut tua quot (Michael) cautes, lectusque Hic parat infidias avibus gula focta lupo. Kaine

Vota, preces, lacrymas fervida corda noHicque molocorum fternitur ore lupus. - tat ? oniea, perdices, lepored, in fercula coguit Arma quid hic memorem majorum ; gesta Ventricolum menfis delitiosa coquis.

moderna Pifcalor pisces, volucres hic decipit auceps; Gallus cum Belgis, imperiumque videt.

140 Venatorqre vagas casse tenace feras. Nota 6de polleos, armis, gens pectore fido Sibila: hic torpros nullus, pec rana coaxat. Altamen hec scoriam, ut cuncta metalli Buto e ventrolo peétore virus alit.

tenet, Littus in Hibernum vecti telluris odore Eruit bæc calamus monumentis obruta priscis Serpentes cum anina toxicon oinne vo. Quæ qui plura volunt scribere, leca daa munt.

bunt. Palladis, et Martie, cunais gens apła palæse

t The author of the best translation will Visibus Herculeis pollet, er ingenio.

be entitled to his Couniry's ibanks.

SURIO-PETROPOLITES. Hanc refover geniem modulan,en dulce ca

-0nontum, Varidici regis cosmina culta lyra :

TO CATHERINE M-H Y Nobiltas visando ieras sua ten pora fallit;

G- S-STREET.

105 Fleelit equos gyro, Martia iela probat. No Nymrb thate'er tripped o'er the plains, Picbs fuigilaiticun malesuada necte la. Could with Catherine's her charms (001borts;

paie, Hibeina hic aliis conglomerantur opes Oh ! how justly the Shepherds and Swains Sanctorum celcbris doctorum nota Sophon Have praised her the first of the Fait!

Tho' chrereu by the dw-dropping moru. Ciara durum, fævi Martis et illa parens. No lilly tha: beamed in the frade,

119 Could such beauties play, as acorn Gens hæc, et teile naturie fx Jeris armis.

The fott checks of my beautilui Kate, Corporis, ac anin e toxicon onine domal. Hssclis illa ánimas dicucantis diapicitantes, From her simile, which the graces altend, Serveurum icllus virus odore necal.

The wan Icenes of delpon leacy tly ; Fijaluo auliia licei, quam farguinc Chriftus, And the poor are full fure of a friend,

115 If they catch bu: the glance of her eye. Sanxit, quan Petrus, quan docucse pa.

ire's

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The fair aymphs of the valley and grove,
My heart once delighted lurveyd;
But what taaght it the ruptures of love,
Were the chaims of my beautiful Kate.

Oh! how 'happy, thrice happy my lor,

Could Catherine my wishes approie!
My repinings would all be forgot

As I kned at the allar of love
Each noroing, by happiness bluit,

Should my fond adoration be paid,
And the ev'ning would lull me to relt,
In the arms of my beautiful Kale.

P. F. H. M.

Oh! would that kind fate had ordained
Me thy heart and affection to Mare,
I would boast of the prize I had gained,
As I moistencoi my check with a leir.
Thy pleasures should always be mine,
And by the ev'ry action he lway'd ;
I could all other picatures rtiign
For the lake of my beautiful Kate.

Waterford, Alarch 28:1, 1810.

LIMERICK, APRIL 24:h, 1810. SIR, Ly Inserting in your Magazine for tliis Month, the follozving Lines, you will very much oblige one, who has always, and ever will promote the circulation of that excellent and valuable Publication,

I Remain Your's truly

.Ť. C. C.
Air-MOLLY ASTORE.
The night was calm, the gentle gale " Tho'many a rapt'rous joy was mine,
Scarce' curl'd ihe glafy wave,

“ Tho'life had charnisin itore,
The full-orbid Moon, with disk fo pale, "! I'd yield them all, nay life religo!
A silv'ry lustre gave;

" To free my Nalive Shore" Slow fail'd the bark that Henry bore From his lov'd clime a way,

“ Thole (miles my soul that once did warm, And as he view'd the dark’ning more, * Oli' busy thought-hall view, . He lang this plaintive lay :

" Those bli full icones were wont to charın

" Shill icmo:y oli'rcotw; “Adieu! thou Emerald Ile! Adieu ! " Altho'l giieve all thole to part, “ Farewell ! !hy fields of green !

« My Ellen grieves me more, Where once such happy hours I knew

“ Mv blooning iair! Diy life ! my heart ! " In many a Sylvan scene,

"Adicu ! for evermore !" “ Now doomedy Mortals stern decree "I leave thy flow'ry shore,

A breeze now sild the swelling lails, . “ From fricods, from furtune forn, and The briny waves now curid, thee,

The back propelli by stronger gales " Alas! forevermore !"

Now tiemmi's the wat'ry world,

When Henry ceas', his plaintive lighs " As Traitor they have branded ine,

Revubled quick and lore, " As Rebel to the King,

Coll! grew his heart, death feal'd his eyes, " 'Tis true, I wild roor Eria free,

He funk! and lighed no more ! "And could I frecdoin bring,

. T. C. G. Limerick.

Upon the Window.Shuttir of the lan at Trim, was written in percil-Success to Trim for Loyalty and Protesta niilin.

Undir wukit ba gentie ma: wrole envy much the brain of him

As a hangman by profesion could not le Who found out anght io praise in Trinn, found, upon whicii the pleature and glory: Where even Parfons fog agd hung man, vas gavilled, berween the Parlon and the Where joys are wrung from human grict, gcarlemen of the town, each put his hand here every common man's a thief

in the ladder, and shoved ihe Rebel inio And every gentleman's a hangman. B. Eternity,

FLEGIAC

ELEGIAC LINES
ON THE LATE MUCH LAMENTED JAMES BAGGOT,

OF BALLINGARY, IN THE CO. LIMERICK,

WHO DESARTED THIS LIFE THE 31ST OF AUCUST, 1805 O Science mouru! thy fav'rite is no more, Nor e'er behold his dazzling reason fhiae, Alas ! he's number'd with the filent dead'; On the dark mazes of philofophy. Hiberaias' genius will his joss deplore, Whom he to Fame's exalted temple led. Diariars dear, nor shall you e'er explore,

The bright productions of his learned peu: O cruel death! thuu parent of our woe, No more will Sylla's kind eulogies pour When Mall thy wish for genuine merii end; Their genuine worth--upoa the bett of men. But thou art callous to the grief we know, And feel lincerely for a much-lov'd friend.

And yon lone spott once the seat of lore,

Fotlook by all, e'en by the tuneful bine! Of maorers gentle, gen'rous and fiacere, Where emulation youthful genios bore, Ahcart replete with bonor, truth and love; Oa learning's wung, thro' nature's laws di. His matchless worth whole ages Nall revere,

vine. Who now has met its due reward above.

But cease oh muse! and change those By nature bless'd with an exploring thought,

mournful strains, his brows were decked from the New TONIAN From doleful scenes, oh! wing thy joyful bow'r,

. . Aight, The deep aricana of fair Science fought, And now behold, where his pure spirit Aad glean'd her bields of ev'ry golden Row'r

reigns,

In joy's extatic, and sapreme delight! No more we'll hear his learned tongue dia

O'F-RR-LL. ring, Expound the pages of close mystery ; Limerick, Nesopar?- Row, 1916 April, 1810

MR. COX, .
The following Poem, is the composition of a Physician long dead, who wrote " a

Review of the Doctors of Dublin" in alphabetical serieso, in the manner of, A. was an Archer that shot at a Frog. I shall contrive to get you some of tbem, the following is a severe matter upon whoever it fell, but I cannot say by what letter. of the alphabet, this poor Munster Sizar began his name, but that is immaterial.

was in the great College Jafon of Kerry For then he'd suppose that the angel made Leading argonant you!las, who their calent

fun, neler bury i

Por if rober he'd see that the scholar bad But to hundreds cocrease a vile nivepenny

none, - piece,

So lank was he drawo when arrived let me And change Muller frize for the rich golden

tell ye, fleece ;

You'd ne'er say as now that, the Pope's in la whole long list of wants, we can't im.

his belly, Uudents name,

Still Atrongly suspecting the kidney he bore, Tho'fore most we read want of breeches and The College did swear him a dozca times fame,

o'er, He's the Moles who led them without cloaths That the Pope's an old humbugging son of 3

or money, To the City of girls, and of milk, and of That the Virgin whom Papillo invoke in honey,

Their prayers, Ere he canie did au angel to tirge his might Is no more than the hag thai sweeps doive chooie,

College-stairs, . A to Moscs lie need not saya' take of your

That * The Editor of Jones's Almanack. . t Ballingary.

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