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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
... fire of the wane, was the remarkable star mentioned in the seventh book of
Temora, which directed the course of Larthon to Ireland. It seems to have been
well known to those, who sailed on that sea, which divides Ireland from South
The poem is more interesting, that it contains so many particulars concerning
those personages, who make so great a figure in Temora. The exact
correspondence in the manners and customs of Inis-huna, as here described, to
those of ...
Or from Temora's f mournful halls r " We come from the sea," I said, " from Us-
noth's rising towers. We are the sons of Slis- sama,} the daughter of car-borne
Semo. Where is Tura's chief, son of the silent hall ? But why should Nathos ask ?
for I ...
But Temora's halls were empty. Cormac had fallen in his youth. The king of Erin
was no more ! Sadness seized the sons of Erin. They slowly, gloomily retired :
like clouds that, long having threatened rain, vanish behind the hills. The sons of
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The authenticity of Macpherson’s collection was already controversially judged, when it came, translated in several European languages, to the continent. The author was said having written the poems ... Read full review