The Poets of Ireland; A Biographical Dictionary with Bibliographical Particulars

The Poets of Ireland; A Biographical Dictionary with Bibliographical Particulars

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: now Spoken," (1815). LYNCH, R. ADOLPHUS.--A resident of Killarney, and probably a native of Kerry, whose verse is quoted in Croker's "Legends of the Lakes"--a work founded on the AISS. of Lynch. LYNCH, S. E. (?)--MlSCELAnEOUS Rhymes, Exeter, 1870, 8." LYNCH, T.J.--A poet represented in Hayes' " Ballads of Ireland" by one piece, but I have not been able to discover any particulars about him. LYNCH, REV. THOMAS TOOK.--The R1vulet, a contribution to sacred song, London, 1855, 8; second edition, 1856, 8; enlarged edition, London, 1868 (contains 167 hymns by him); Songs ControverS1al (over pseudonym of "Silent Long") London, 185b. Author of many prose works, religious in character and subject. One of the most popular of hymnwriters. He was the son of a surgeon of Dunmow, Essex, named John Burke Lynch, and was bom at that place on July 5th, 1818. He was congregational minister at Mornington Chapel, Hampstead Road, Loudon, and died in that city on May 9th, 1871. A memoir of him was published after his death. LYNCH, W. B.--The World De CRIBED, in easy verse, etc., New York and Baltimore, 1822, 12. LYNESS, WILLIAM.--A poet of this name, of Killead, is said to have published a volume of poems in 1853, but I cannot discover anything about it. LYONS.REV. JAMES G1LBORNE, LL.D-poems, sacred and miscellaneous, Dublin. 1831; Chr1st1an Songs, translations, and other poems, Philadelphia, 1861, 8. Born in Ireland (probably Dublin) about 1800, and educated at T.C.D., where he graduated B.A., 1836, LLB., 1838, M.A. and LL.D., 1842. Entered the ministry of the Church of England and went to America in 1844. In 1846 he went to Philadelphia, where ht officiated. He had charge of a classical school at Radnor, Pa, and at more

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