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future under the controul of Pasley, a testimony of their high regard of the Crab, Grab, and Winkat, and for the worthy Alderman's attention to cultimore effectual distribution of fowl jus- vation of the fine arts in his native tice, has been pleased to erect a' her country. - - office at the turn to Kilmore.

Gen. Suds, of the police, shaver and Lady Axletree has been gratiously orator, has been elected to the Shaver's pleased to nominate her maid Betty, Chair, vacant by the appointment of wife of Corporal Rackcabbin, hỏuse" Vernon, the barber, to be inspector of keeper of said hen officer ... Beards in Simpson's Hospital.

Ned Thumbstall has been appointed The Grand Orange Lodge of Ires inspector of boots to his Grace the land has offered 'Silk, the shooter, the Dake of Richmond, in the place of distinction of purple marksman, onl Joshua Dixon; shoemaker and police. condition of his taking the oaths and man, who has resigned..... - obligations of the order... ,

The Magistrates' of James's-street Pollett, the Papist-killer, has been have subscribed a considerable süm, to elected one of the Trustees of Berespurchase a pair of blankets to be pre. ford's Riding-house, vice Woollaghan sented to Jonas Pasley, with a suitable the boy-killer, appointed Treasurer to inscription, expressive of the high the Society of Priest-hunters at Mount esteem they entertain for the military rath.. abilities'' he exhibited on Sunday the The Society for discountenancing the 29th of June, at the campaign he Vice, haveelected: Limberlip, of Mountconducted against the whiskey jars at rath, distributet of bibles" in the Nora Jolin's Well.

thern district, Sir Thomas Osborne has been apa pointed Librarian to Swift's Hospitals and Counsellor Clinch secretary to the JOHN'S WELL. same establishment. Mt. Marshal; of the 'Sessions Grand

· Sunday evening, 25th of June, the tents Jury, has undertaken the place of Sur. at John's Well, allowed by special favor of veyor of Stinks in Newgate.. . the police for the convenience of the cap

The Auctioneers Hammer that cain, who owns the ground, presentert 2 knocked down Dr. Brennan's Library

picrore of war, and a bustle anjong women

and whiskey.jars, that produced much dan of Ballads, has been appointed by Mr.

mage to both articles. Mr. Pasleys the Balfe, the attorney, to do as much for new.chief constable of police, appeared in the learned Editor of the Evening Ex. the field at the head of a strong body of caa

vairy, with his new boots. clean shirt, and press."

fresh beaver As he entered within hearing, Drunken Cross, , the journeyman he complained loudly that he had been in bookbinder, step father to Dr. Brehnan, sulted there in the course of the day, by has accepted the care of a Noggin in language not as respectful as should be adChannel-row, vacant by the demise

dressed to a man of his rank in the police,

army, and of his renewed condition. We of his Wife, Mrs. Brennan, of the house are sorry to say, Mr. Pasley's, coñplaint was of Idoagh.

literally correct, as some misguided females Major Taylor, of the Paving Board, as he passed the reats in the forenoon, met

him on every point of the encampment, has appointed Alderman Bloxham'scan. askio him where he hung my Darned dles to be present at all dispatches Gasteroi's "The ciastisement was not out of written after nightfall, and the Al proportion, the cavalry charged the tents; derman's soap, for washing the spark. am derman's son for washing the onorkami in a few minute's rivers of sh'shey, and liny Knuckles of the Caledonian depu. with the prostrated teats, declared the high

mountains of broken hottles, Jars, and kegy, ties of the esablishment.

crimes of the owners.' The Dublin 'society, havę voted a silver Hod to Alderman Thorpe asa

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: ORIGINAL POETRY

IRISH MAGAZINE. .

FOR THE

ORANGE DINNER.

right,

Tau true lume of William will have long A toa& then was draak upon the hare knee, cal se co rue,

Which you may be sure was the GLORIOUS • The lad doings of number seven hundred Minorr. . and fixty-two;

Among this loyal trew no ftrife had arifen, I always fupposed the brethren to agree Till the health of a Captain fo gallant was And nothing on their councils but love and

given : barmony:

A Captain so bold and so true to ebe caufe, But, alu! the severso I now have cause to Not to drink his health was a breach of the cell,

laws: Oh, may it be a warning to all that wish But two yeomen were there of the fame them well.

Captain's band, 'Twas on the tenth of April this loyal And to drink the toag would not lend a number met,

hand;

[gram, And all being agreed obe poor Catholics to Serjeant Shanks tben get up and looked very fret ;

(made, Aad declared them not able to handle a gun. The rule then being granted the order was then, what a terrible contention arose, And each brother requested to give in his aid. Such tearing, fuch swearing, such dragging +Then Sale rose up and his mind spoke out, of cloches; With laust having primed bis ugly broad Poor Purple rufe up and cried out as ! {nout;

Oh, what laall do fos my jugs and my Your Glence, my brethren, is hard to endure, glala;

(floor, Ah! fare you forget sweet Culloden Moor. But his jugs and his glases were lok on the

A dipner we'll bave in honour of that day, Aad the boys they all fought till they got to That Cumberland made the dama'd rebels io

the door;
pay;

When Purple had got them completely out
A dinoer we'll have, for we may anticipate,
of the Catholic Bill, the unfortunate face : He then chut his door and he bid them good
Por previous to that day. Grattan will pre-

Oh, fure it can't be that the Captain did
When he and his Bill to the Devil will be

Dot pas i sont :

dine, These two poor geomcn, or else would they The question being put, whether would they : The ayes chen carried it by more than ninc. In an affembly fo poblic refuse to driak his $80 Purple being asked what he had to say, health, Or whai for his diuper each brocher lhould A man of such conduct, fucb fplendous, and pay;

wealzh. He told them any prudt he could not capedt, Ob, ye two purple mea, you fould be On such a glorious business he would it re.

atham'd,
ject.

[about, Among the good loyalifts to hear yourselves
So the matter being settled..che day camac namid;
Lacb man touk his place and to it food dout; And the next time old Salt hus i dinoer is
The cloch being removed, the paach was

view,
brought in,

Lofing May the benefits of it be acaded from you. And to Hinch from his glass each thought it ^

Lara.. The mumber of Montrath Lodge. + A furion, old party-man, who actually boufted that the dinner would ferve a double purpose, viz. the butele of Culinden, which chefc logulfouls usually celebrate, and the rejee. tion of the Catholic claims by Parliamenta

Ś The chief of shar enlighiered and liberal body of mea called Purple Men, from which be takes his uitle-Ai hio house the Lodge is held.

| Captain of the Montrach Drangemenn au who thows too much countenance to the Orange Heroes of this town and country: he diftinguilaed kinnfelt very much a de rütme the eve to be famcnted Father Danne was killed here.

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A PASTORAL BALLAD. - And thus fall our dawnings of morning apo

pear,

Serene as the op'ning of May; N

. louger thro' deep mazy foretts I'II rove, Our sun of content thall rise peaceful and Nor niently wander alone;

clear, Nor quit the gay pasture to high in the And set in love's happiest ray.

grove, For grict from my bosom is flown. ,

PALEMON. C. M. B. The nymph whom I lov'd with so constant Cork, June, 13, 1812.

a heart, Whose image my soul did enshrine, With heavenly miles has removed ev'ry

THE REVIEW. smart, By vowing for e'er to be mine. And now thro' the meadows together we'll S ball I tbe long laborious scene review. .

· Popk. ." While dew.drops bespangle the thorn;"

-000.-.. And liften with rapture to each tender lay That's fung to the new smiling moin :

Scarce monkish Knight, hoodwinked in

fable cowl, And fondly the pidgcon together we'll kiss,

Had time to hear the softly hooting owl, And stroke his soft plumes, while a smile

And scarce the watchmen, in whom cits of Shall dimple each check of my Emma with

sense,

For half the year, repose such confidence, And rapture my heart hall beguile.

'Gainft doors they guard with confidence re.' The snow-fleecy lambkins fall sport on the

porc, greca,

And wake their wards with serenading nose, Our dog on the moss-bank shall lic;

Wheu Phoebus left bis couch,' whom various The sweet little robin to sportively seen;

reasons, Shall raise its soft Grain to the sky.

Induce to suit bis riling to the reasons; Tlen from the green bedge to my Emma For long in bed the chilly fluggard lingers, Dhall come,

When winter's frott-faugs bite our toes and To Mare the kind (mile with her dowe;

fingers ; And as both together shall pick at a crumb. Falt up the ladder, leading to the sun, Our bearts hall be happy in love.

" With blazing Aam, the great lamplighter

run, . Our lambs as they frolic with innocent glee, Equipp'd with alhes, wig, and wisp of hay, Our theep as they lic on the field;

To clean the globe, for 'e was fain's George's Our cows as they grasc round my Emma and · day; . • me,

Stretch'd wide awako, and yawning in my Shall pleasure and happiness yield.

bed," My pipe shall be tuped to the sweet sylvan Noire of a thousand kinds affaiis my head; theme,

On this fide rung the iron musket rammer, While echo the notes loall return;

The cobler's, jap-Itonc clauk'd beneath the Then as they glide over the greca-bofom'd harmer; tream,

So many raylors busy mending breeches, My Emma Thall ling in her carn. I really thought I heard the sounding stitches ; And when a poor traveller, weary or fad,

Anon, the razer coils to gather in

The fiubborn harvest of the fruitful chin : Shall raise the flight latch of our door, The clamorous joy.beils thunder loud and The Imile that enhances thall make hin Toul

lake hu low - deep, * glad,

• To rouse the fick man from his wholesome As the table's fupplicd from our ftore. For what are the gifts ebat kind fortune be. The mingled din secm'd Chaos to renew ftows,

'Twas JUNE ehe 700 RTN, the day of the If held from a ligh or a pray'ı ?

RIVIEW!! Ah! nothing - but where hospitality glows, Robb'd; by the riot, of my ncedful rell,

Content in its fullocss is there.. I left the blanket's soft embrace, and dress'd; Al cve, 'Acarb the wide fpreading sycamore

A busy scene my eyes coquiry greets, tree,

Strange motley groups were moving chros: We'll talk of the days that are part,

the streets; Of friendAhip, and my lord Leandar ihall be

hohe Armed fills and alles in confusion budgled;. Of fubjeció the fire and the last.

e Andhere a goose and there a general wad, dled

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Here "poggiringi bob. wax freaking to the A And each, like turtle-loving. Cartis i gè. slaughter,

zles, There ycomens flaggered, not by dirking Till gorg'd with putrid Aeth and drunk with

gore, The ruftic members of that warlike body, They Aretch their lazy tebyihs and sweetly Wire flow'd cn jinglé, dong-car; dray, or

noddy; And so niuch wheat flour in their wigs they Thus loyal comien, fack, or Bill, or Sara, Wore,

Cauchi bych atracting magnét of a drea, The loaf was next week rais'd a penny more? Too often raise their knuckles to their chin, While their red duds of duft brought such a Nor por libatione out, tur gulp thenrini draight here,

Tillike fit rée liçeris let their fins on tite,
The cits were lightles for a fortnight after. And ftretch their grosier bodies in the mirt.
Say, with what rapture, far-horn melody,
Thou dijft bebold their glitt'riug bands pass
by?

(To be continued.),
Despotic Empress of the various bawling,
From Caralani down to Caterwaling,
Who toothes the farage, (as the poets.tell ye)

REBUS
Twitts oaks like oliers, and melts rocks to

jelly ; *
Who gave io Braham his harmonious tone,
And taught the sand-man ihat sweet cry, Orier of the twelve, in' holy writ
FREESTONE,

Who did at the last supper sit,
Of Braham's noten exorbitant the rate is, And on Christ's bosom lean;
The generous clowa bestows his music One of our ruling precepts truey

gratis;
Then, prythec, say, thou fyren noted Arum.. You'll surely, find admitting you,
pet,

Peruse that heavnly scène.
Who dever yet required an ear trumpet,
Didilt thou not chuckle when the bloated fel When it is found, its last deface,

lows
Muftered the breath that worked their morial And with an N fill up the space;
bellows,

Then plainly may be seen,
To call the corps, dispers’d too far alunder, That son of Erin's higbt famd,
Thro' brazen bugle's blurted blålts of thun. Of Philomatl's, the first he name

der;
By Shannon's borders, thus, on April morn For penetration keen.
Some great Sow gelder winds his echoing
horn!

His prying mind discovers more,
Gath'ring his grunting pnpils from afar Of Diakhanpine's misrie cores
To whet cheir grinders for an acora war.
Lo! swist as light the brilled iroop' rebel.

bilo Thane'er before had beeff :
ling,

* As Phæbus brightly gilds the morn, Forsake the fway of sound and follow spelling: So his researches much adorn Perchance fome dainty carcass interpoles, .. Our worthy MAGAZINE: Wild rapture chirps from all theit vocal

nofes; Each epicurean fenfe they quickly call'up,; .'

W. MG Their cardy crot is chang dio active gallop; Deep in the quarry'ss paunch they plunge N. B. A poetidal Solution is recuirti! their muzzles,

from some of our Contribitors.

JUNE 28, 1812, . * Music hath charms to foothe the favage heart, &c. § And foöping on the slaughtered quarry

# The turtic ifrådet of Walcheren.. preys. SANDERS.

OBITUARY

MARRIED.Justice Godfrey, to ian handsome asuit of clothes, which en Miss Baxter, aged 65; the ceremony it is to be regretted he did not live to

took place in a china-shop, in the city, enjoy, but has bequeathed them to in the presence of Justice Wills, for. Lord Kilfoy, subject to a rent-charge merly a cobler in Barrack-street, and of three teapennies, due to his land. subsequently a serjean: in the Long- lady. His rusty penknife and empty ford militia. The happy couple set off tumbler, the only property he posthe same evening, accompanied by the Bessed besides his clothes, he has willed Justice, in the hackney.coach, No. to the Duke of Brittleware, and Lord 310, for the lame Gentleman's seat, Jingle. The duplicate of two boots, Esker Lodge, near Lucan, Qa the at Lord Batchelor's, sewed in the col. 25th inst. at Norwich, Miss Maria lar of his coat, he has ordered to MurBaker, io Mr. Butcher, both resident phy's waiter. His remaios were con.

at that place. The bride was given veged to the grave on the seat of a

away by her maternal uncle, Mr. jaunting.car, furnished by the kindness Brewer, and the name of the Clergy. of Lord Jingle, attended by his two man who united the happy couple in the executors, the Duke and Lord Kilfoy, silken bands of yedlock was Painter, who sat on the opposite seat of the

çar, to balance the mortal freight to its OBITUARY. : final destination. In Johnson's-court,

Great Britain-street, in the 80th year honey Io qne of the highest apartments of of his age, Mr. John Prendergast, an

Back-lane, much lamented, Lord Wa. eminent builder. He was father of the
Derford, one of the peers of Murphy's the Rev. John Prendergast, of the Do-
Smoaking Club. His Lordship’s fa- minican Friary, Denmark-street, but
mily name was Hopson, he was reared now on his way to Lisbon, where he is
to the profession of an Attorney ; but appointed to the superintendance of the
his predominant passion for the tumbler Irish Dominican Seminary in that city.
had so involved him in scenes of dissi. In Ballymahon, on Sunday the 28th
pation, that the whiskey bar took the inst. the Right Rev. Dr. John Cruise,
lead in his practice, to the prejudice of Roman Catholic Bishop of Ardagh :
the law bar, and for many years he pious, learned, and sedulously zealous
never saw a brief or a sbeet, but the in the discharge of the important du-
brief skeets of some obscure lodging, ties of his fuoccions, he drew the prin.
His Lordship was well educated, and ciples, which swayed his worldly con-
gifted with a facility of expression and duct from the pure fountain of his
a fund of humour, that charmed the faith, the Holy Gospels and a loag
yulgar society to which he devoted his list of charitable and virtuous actions
hours. His talents, which were no are linked to his biography.
ordinary ones, coptributed very justly
ordinary ones contributed very justly In Lucan, on the 13th of April, the no: 0.
to the elevated, rank he obtained in a

rious Major Sanuls, after living for six years

in the villaze on the casual bounty of his smoaking society, where he spent every friends, Justice Godfrey and Colonel Vesey, Dight that he could escape from a watch- ac' whose iables he frequently repaired by bouses . His cheerful mind could not

could not clean food, the depradations made on his be subdued by any misfortyne; neitber Whiskey. He expired amongst rags and

frame, hy an insatiable thirst for Raw the ragged angles in his drapery, nor vermin, a melancholy example of the inthe tide in his shoes, could either abash firmities and wickedness of human degrada

tion. Noihing was found in his wretched

lodging, on his demise, but a pitcher of above, mifortune, nor could the severest whiskey, iwo starved children, a heap of visitation of penury depress it. By the dirty, straw on which be died, an old carpet death of a dear relation about four that served as a blanket, and a red nightmonths ago, she came jata possession of

cap. He served as a Captain in the Longford Militia; and married a daughter of the late

Hamilion

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