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February 8, 1868.] THE TOMAHAWK. 55
UNDER THE MOON/
Prologue (continued). 12. A So strange s...
ments We cull which the bl followi oom i...
The latest " do."—Mr. Train's Cork /^-tu...
PAT'S REPUBLIC ^ or, THE DREAM AND THE R...
Dennis O'Shagnessey to Phelim Maguire. N...
Decline The Only .—The Part Verb— of To ...
February 8, 1868.] The Tomahawk. 55
February 8 , 1868 . ] THE TOMAHAWK . 55
Under The Moon/
UNDER THE MOON /
Prologue (Continued). 12. A So Strange S...
Prologue ( continued ) . 12 . A So strange strange r—never a being did ; my yet eyes so calm yet , see so winning ,
The Becam very e blast a Zep which hyr ; t po he ured re and in gusts en beg on inning me . Telling To play of ar limpid ound u streamlets s in a soft s under weet bre trees eze . , 13-His His typ form e was had of lig no htness nation one that mi I g knew ht cal , l sethereal ; His unknown costume seemed to me as new I could In shape not choose colour but gaze in st an range d gazing mater , do ial ubt ; My senses with my brain were , falling out . 14 .
Some How That otten face crowd with one the has sympath world met , w y is nen to pleased h , passing old th t e o call through ue society , Whose To all soul one peers ' s heartstrings through ' its truest eyes piety and seem ; s to pray < c What my heart thinks may your ' s find lips to say ! " Some such expression of encouragement I 5-Made me address the being now beside me : " The The hour words is were late ; uttered the nig , ht seeing is nearl that he spe eyed nt ;"— me And Simp thus ly to he lure answered him from , turning his silent where mood I stood , : , 16 16 ..
" Had "My you mission not spoken unsuccessful I must , disappointed hence have gone : ; " But " With let me what first appears explain a , theme e ' er I run somewhat on disjointed . " " Thoug Give patien h strange t hearing , 'twill to force my story your conscience brief : to belief . " That " Casting moon , whose beam glistening s , upon ^ : the murk looks y river coldl j y down , " Whose every ripple bears a silver crown , tl That " Which moon jealous you look breezes on as into the diamonds lamp of night shiver ; "Is where I dwell , and whence I now alight . , 18 .
" The " Are Planets peopled framed with His by o likeness ne productive through Will creation , j " And all the worlds these mortal creatures fill .
" The " Rec sam eive e advantages at first the self accrue -same to consecration all ; " Which blessed your little earth before the Fall . " ( To be continued . )
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The Latest " Do."—Mr. Train's Cork /^-Tu...
The latest " do . "—Mr . Train ' Cork /^ -tures .
Pat's Republic ^ Or, The Dream And The R...
PAT'S REPUBLIC ^ or , THE DREAM AND THE REALITY .
Dennis O'Shagnessey To Phelim Maguire. N...
Dennis O'Shagnessey to Phelim Maguire . No . 2 . Oh ! Phelim , my darlint , it 7 . ' nd s so Yea rra r of the news Irish I Raypublic have to tell . yo youu . . Sure bure it it ' s s a a year year since since I I wrote wrote to to y you ou , , asking asking yo you u to to come come
back to the ould counthry , and I have been expecting you ever are since ; . and But keep , Phelim the ocean , you ' between done qu you ite and righ this t to land stop wh of e desola re you - tion as long as you can my boy , for it ' s moighty little you'll get by com hone ing here Phelim , barrin M ' aguire starvation , frien and d o oppression f my youth . , to whom I owe more black eyes and other such iligant compliments than t h c an sam stop e , the to count Irish , you Raypublic mayen ' is nothing lave m more e , but than it ' s thrue a mane all desaver—bad luck to it . elected We ¥ ¥ •** got & * - * V and on VA 1 very V VA took T well * T Vll € at ¦*» W sate first A * A iJI > — in after - ** . the bVX the bXA Senate W k Shan ^ lJLUrlii in Van V UilA Vocht V VUU V was TV t- * .. J
—I my my Toga , as took proud Then an the as extra a la p n i g sh wi are th for a l Queen divi our de throuble ' s among wedding but the -ring boys throug bod ; of h wa its ur s nos , uite we e . j satisfied , except them to whom the land , had every belonged y before q . S Every omeh boy ow , they had hi di s dn bit ' t see of m ground to se , e the nd those fun , the that cov etous not rascals a roof . to build cover them them a c were abin w given ithfo something r as all th out e mon of e the Treasury from the to ! , y a taxes better whic right h the to Saxon it than h those ad wrung that had ut o paid f the it po 1 o W r I rish , Phelim , who'd , j you see laste things d w the ent Shan as smooth Vocht as a pi entertained g ' s throat as the long senators as the j
and money the senators , entertained -van the Shan Van Vochtand we had , J ball fiddles s , and and ban a foi quets n , a ree nd it dayju was nays I can tell the gar . den But s , at ith last lots the of , sp , you more money . We was tried all gone to get , more up a ' s loan the p like ity ; the and other then Raypublics we had to r , aise but dhivil security a soul as they would call lend it . us So any we money were , becau obliged se w to e had order not so me was taxes to — pa but y of any course . Oh no Phelim one who , you was should loyal have to seen the Raypublic how loyal , to every stick body by was the — Raypublic sorra a boy till could he we died find , and but afterwards would not too swear if terfered they wanted with it their . Then ground we found any more most than of the by boys drinking had not good inluck ought to to themselves have come and up as a fine thick harvest as lies ; do and out the of praties a lawyer that ' s
mouth , never came up at all , the spalpeens—the fact is Phelim , those pratie murdherin would grow ' Saxons except had where poisoned they had them been all , p and lanted sorra . So a last there one was day great they distress broke , into and the the Senate boys got House troublesome and rattled , and the at helmet furniture instead about our of a heads beautiful , till bal I d wished spot on I the had top a of policeman mine . As ' s property for the , Shan he could Van Vocht lay his , he hands ran on away , and to now France we are with governed all the outside by a Council a prison of , Ten Theyre about confiscatin as ugly blaygards the land as ri ever ght were and seen left , they 4 and -V \ a « v selling claps * " » T n v ^ e » into -i Vk it j » for \ prison v % vif what < An where i it * tT ^ will a *« a fetch they 4 * T *\ 011 ' — ve trA and nothing ir \ r \ + the \\ mrf owners to + r % eat not as but V \ ii 4 objects * their + l \ ai v «
own arrested clothes every , and day little , Phelim , enoug , h of them only . got I ' off expecting by sending to be to 1 the Council of Ten a barrel of the most lovely whiskey that a eve nd r what forgot St to . Pathrick pay the duty was . after Oh when Phelim he , we killed ' re a all miserable the snakes race , tell and . toads Be anything , and left alive like those , Phelim other , but blaygards take your , I ' friend m sure ' s I advice can ' t —don ' t be a Raypublic . Yours among the ashes of Freedom , ' Dennis O'Shagnessey . ; P . S . —I shall immigrate to ould England .
Decline The Only .—The Part Verb— Of To ...
Decline The Only . —The Part Verb— of To D Speech rink . a Scotchman Can ' t i A man who is fit for every Commission ( of the Peace ) . —A good Christian . . , 1
Tomahawk (1867-1870), Feb. 8, 1868, page 55, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/t/issues/ttw_08021868/page/3/