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Mokanna unveils himself to Zelica.Paris, 1820d.jpg
This image shows the episode from 'The Veiled Prophet' in Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookk where Mokanna reveals his face to a repelled Zelica. Taken from from The Works of Thomas Moore, vol. 1 (Paris: Arthus Bertrand, 1820), frontispiece;
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Oh breathe not.Galignani.1819d.jpg
Lyrics for "Oh! breathe not his name", from Thomas Moore's Irish Melodies first number, as reproduced in The Works of Thomas Moore, vol. 4 (Paris: Galignani, 1819).
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After the battle.Paris Chasseriau, 1823.jpg
French translation of the lyrics to 'After the Battle' from Thomas Moore's Irish Melodies third number, as reproduced in Les amours des anges, et les Melodies Irlandaises (Paris: Chasseriau, 1823)
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Title-page.Galignani.1820d.jpg
Lyrics to '"Tis believed that this harp", from Thomas Moore, Irish Melodies third number, as reproduced in The Works of Thomas Moore volume 4 , 2nd edition (Paris: Galignani, 1820)
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Lesbia hath a beaming eye. Baudry's 1844.jpg
Lyrics to "Lesbia hath a beaming eye," from Thomas Moore's Irish Melodies number four, as reproduced in Selected poetical works of Thomas Moore (Paris: Baudry's, [1844]). Also included are the title page and series title page.

Title-page.Paris Chasseriau, 1823.jpg
Lyrics to 'The Minstrel Boy' from Thomas Moore's Irish Melodies fifth number, as translated into French in Les amours des anges, et les Mélodies Irlandaises, de Thomas Moore (Paris: Chasseriau, 1823). Also included are the title page and a portrait…

Title-page.Paris Chasseriau, 1823.jpg
Lyrics to ''Tis the last rose of summer', from Thomas Moore's Irish Melodies fifth number, as translated into French in Les amours des anges, et les Mélodies Irlandaises, de Thomas Moore (Paris: Chasseriau, 1823). Also included are the title page…

As Vanquish'd Erin.Baudry's.1835.jpg
Lyrics to "As Vanquish'd Erin", from Thomas Moore's Irish Melodies ninth number, as reproduced in The Poetical works of Thomas Moore, vol. 2 (Paris: Baudry's, 1835).
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Come o'er the sea.Galignani, 1842.jpg
Lyrics to "Come o'er the sea", from Thomas Moore's Irish Melodies sixth number, as reproduced in The Poetical works of Thomas Moore ... collected and arranged by himself. Complete in one volume. (Paris: Galignani, 1842). Also, the title-page,…

The Night dance Poetical Works.Baudry's, 1841 copy.jpg
Lyrics to 'The Night dance' ("Strike the gay harp!") from Thomas Moore's Irish Melodies tenth number, as reproduced in The Poetical works of Thomas Moore complete, vol. 1 (Paris: Baudry's, 1841).
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