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Silence is in our festal halls

Dublin Core

Title

Silence is in our festal halls

Subject

Songs -- 19th century

Description

Lyrics to "Silence is in our festal halls", from Irish Melodies supplement, as reproduced in Moore's Irish Melodies illustrated by D. Maclise (London: Longmans, 1873).
Persistent catalogue record: https://encore.qub.ac.uk/iii/encore_qub/record/C__Rb1494967

Creator

Moore, Thomas author (1779-1852)
Maclise, Daniel, illustrator (1806-1870)
Becker, F.P., engraver (active 1845–70)

Source

Moore collection

Publisher

London: Longmans, 1873

Date

1873-01-01

Contributor

ERIN

Rights

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Relation

www.erin.qub.ac.uk

Format

Still image -- jpg

Language

English

Type

book -- illustrated book

Identifier

Thomas Moore and Daniel Maclise, "Silence is in our festal halls", Special Collections & Archives, Queen's University Belfast, accessed August 6, 2017, http://omeka.qub.ac.uk/admin/items/show/366

Coverage

Europe, 1808-1880

Text Item Type Metadata

Text

Poetry -- song lyrics

Citation

Moore, Thomas author (1779-1852) Maclise, Daniel, illustrator (1806-1870) Becker, F.P., engraver (active 1845–70), “Silence is in our festal halls,” Digital Exhibitions at Special Collections & Archives, Queen's University Belfast, accessed December 1, 2021, https://omeka.qub.ac.uk/items/show/366.

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