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John Cooke , ed., Dublin Book of Irish Verse (1919), bio-dates Drimin Donn Dílis [The landlord has come ... Poor, houseless and homeless, tonight must we lie ..]; To my Promised Wife [ ... but none ... as fair as you]; The Western Winds [Sad was the hour that saw him sail - / Twas for life, dear life, he was forced to flee ... Astór ...; here the poet promises that he will return with others to free his country; for their ranks are full, and their hearts are true, / And their arms are young, and bold, and brave ..). Justin McCarthy, Irish Literature ed. (1904)., gives To My Promised Wife and Drimin Donn Dilis.
Chris Morash, The Hungry Voice (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1989), notes that he contributed to Nation as J.W. and Boz; in The Irishman as Shamrock and Lismore; in the Waterford Citizen as The Cappoquin Girl; Drimin Donn Dilis in Stopford Brooke and T. W. Rolleston, eds., A Treasury of Irish Poetry (London: Smith, Elder, 1900) p.185; also selectes Lament of the Ejected Irish Peasant, Dublin University Magazine, Vol. 35, No. 205 (Jan 1850); republished as broadside, held in White Collection, TCD library.
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