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After the Battle ("Night closed round the conqueror's way")

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Title

After the Battle ("Night closed round the conqueror's way")

Subject

Songs -- 19th century

Description

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)
Persistent catalogue link: https://encore.qub.ac.uk/iii/encore_qub/record/C__Rb1494335

Creator

Moore, Thomas, author (1779-1852)
Belloc, Louise Swanton, translator (1796-1881)

Source

Moore collection

Publisher

Paris: Chasseriau, 1823

Date

2017

Contributor

ERIN

Rights

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Relation

www.erin.qub.ac.uk

Format

Still image/jpg

Language

French

Type

Poetry -- song lyrics

Identifier

Thomas Moore and Louise Swanton Belloc, 'After the Battle', Special Collections & Archives, Queen's University Belfast, accessed July 30, 2017, http://omeka.qub.ac.uk/admin/items/show/308

Coverage

Europe, 1808-1880

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Text

Poetry -- song lyrics

Original Format

book

Citation

Moore, Thomas, author (1779-1852) Belloc, Louise Swanton, translator (1796-1881), “After the Battle ("Night closed round the conqueror's way"),” Special Collections & Archives, Queen's University Belfast, accessed May 20, 2019, http://omeka.qub.ac.uk/items/show/308.

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