Bunting - A General Collection of the Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 49

Bunting - A General Collection of the Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 49
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periodical Publisher
Clementi & Co., London, 1809
periodical Editor
Edward Bunting
periodical Title
Bunting - A General Collection of the Ancient Music of Ireland
volume Number
1
issue Content
4ADIEU! MY NATIVE WILDS, ADIEU!PROM A LITERAL TRANSLATION OF THE ORIGINAL IRISH)BY MISS BALFOUR.ADIEU! my native wilds, adieu!In Springs green robe arrayd,Where days of bliss like moments flewBeneath the woodland shade.Now banishd from sweet Erins shore,Oer trackless seas forlorn I go,In distant climates to deploreMy Ulican dubh, Oh!Our flame from every eye to hideWith anxious care we strove,For stately was her fathers pride,And I had nought but love.Oh! woe is me in evil hourThat secret love he came to know,And I must fly to shun his power,My Ulican dubh, Oh!Oh! how shall I resolve to partOur well known tree beneath!Ohi. how controul my bursting heart,A last farewell to breathe!And oft, though far remote we dwell,And boundless floods between us flow,Ill muse upon our last farewell,My Ulican dubh, Oh!
issue Number
1
page Number
49
periodical Author
Edward Bunting
issue Publication Date
1809-01-01T00:00:00
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Bunting - A General Collection of the Ancient Music of Ireland