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WORTHIES OF IRELAND,
EARLIEST PERIOD TO THE PRESENT TIME.
WRITTEN AND COMPIlED
By RICHARD RYAN.
"On Lough Neagh's banks as the fisherman strays,
"When the clear cold eve's declining,
"In the wave beneath him shining:
"Catch a glimpse of the days that are over;
"For the long faded glories they coter."
Moore's Irish Melodies.
JOHN WARREN, OLD BOND STREET;
M. N. MAHON; R. MILLIKEN; AND HODGES & M'ARTHUR,