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31 The Songs of Selma 39 Fingal, Book 1 51 Book II 73 Book III 87 Book IV 103
BookV 117 Book VI 129 Lathmon 143 Dar-thula 15/ Death of Cuthullin 177 Battle
of Lora I89 Temora, Book 1 201 Book II 225 Book III 243 Book IV 261 Book V 277
But I will remain renowned ; the departure of my soul shall be a stream of light.
Lathmon ! retire to thy place ! Turn thy battles to other lands ! The race of Morven
are renowned ; their foes are the sons of the unhappy !" DAR A □THULA: POEM.
Dar-thula, the daughter of Colla, with whom Cairbar was in love, resided, at that
time, in Selama. a castle in Ulster: ... for some time, with great bravery, were
overpowered and slain, and the unfortunate Darthula killed herself upon the body
Nathos signifies youthful, Ailthos, exquisite beauty, Ardan, pride. X Cairbar, who
murdered Cormac king of Ireland, and usurped the throne. He was afterwards
killed by Oscar the son of Who is that, dim by their side ? The night 158 DAR-
Who is it but Dar-thula,* the first of Erin's maids? She has fled from the love of
Cairbar, with blue- shielded Nathos. But the winds deceive thee, O Dar-thula !
They deny the woody Etha, to thy sails. These are not the mountains of Nathos ;
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