2 edition of To His Excellence Richard Earle of Arran &c. Lord Deputy of Ireland, a poem found in the catalog.
To His Excellence Richard Earle of Arran &c. Lord Deputy of Ireland, a poem
by printed at His Majesties printing-house for Joseph Wild bookseller in Castle-Street in Dublin
Written in English
|Genre||Poetry, Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2121:16|
|The Physical Object|
This iconic poem, which was selected by the public as its Poem For Ireland, was revealed in front of a live audience during a special filming of The Works which will be aired this Friday 13 March at pm on RTÉ One.. Seamus Heaney’s son Mick Heaney noted: “We are delighted and honoured that my father’s sonnet When All the Others Were Away at Mass has been voted by the public as the. Máire Bhuí Ní Laoghhaire (c) This renowned Irish-language folk poet and songwriter lived, after marriage, close to the entrance to the pass of Keimaneigh, near Gougane Barra. Her poem 'Cath Chéim an Fhia' (Battle of Keimaneigh) is a vigorous rousing ballad and a partisan account of a battle between local Whiteboys and a battalion.
This St. Patrick’s Day – honor the Irish heritage by reading about the lives and works of some of Ireland’s greatest poets. Questia, the premier online research tool for students, has released its list of Ireland’s greatest poets from their library, and is making their reference works free for the month of March.. Visit the Questia topic page on Ireland’s Greatest Poets for more. William Allingham was born at Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal, in When he was thirteen years old became a clerk in the bank where his father was a manager, he worked there for about six years, during that time, he used the words and images of poetry for the satisfaction of his soul.
Phase One of RTÉ's A Poem for Ireland campaign kicked off in September on RTÉ Television's The Works and RTÉ Radio One's The John Murray asked you to nominate the poems you think are the stand-out Irish poems of the past years - and to tell us why. The call for nominations had a hugely enthusiastic response: thousands of you nominated over poems. The Shortlist. Click on each poem title below to read the poem in full. Scroll down each page for information about the poem and poet, TV and Radio archive clips about each poem, and to upload a comment, video or story of your own about the poem.
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Get this from a library. To His Excellence Richard Earle of Arran &c. Lord Deputy of Ireland, a poem. [John Wilson].
The Lord Deputy was the representative of the monarch and head of the Irish executive under English rule, during the Lordship of Ireland and then the Kingdom of Ireland. He deputised prior to for the Viceroy of Ireland. The plural form is Lords Deputy. 1 List of Lords Deputy. Lordship of Ireland.
Kingdom of Ireland. Wilson, John, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 3 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 51,) To His Excellence Richard Earle of Arran &c.
Lord Deputy of Ireland, a poem Wilson, John, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions). "The Lord of Ireland" by E.M. Powell, is the third installment in the adventures of Knight Sir Benedict Palmer and his wife, the ex-nun Theodosia.
This novel is set in England, as are the two preceding works, during the turbulent late 12th Century/5. A poem for Ireland, poetry for everyone The countdown is on to find Ireland’s favourite Irish poem, so we’ve asked a selection of writers and readers to tell us their favourite few lines of.
The editor (Dr Philip Coleman, Professor of Poetry at Dublin's Trinity College) will then, after the closing date for entries (19 October), begin to compile the poem.
And so, in November, the gathering poem book, featuring profiles and pictures of the successful contributors, will be published and sold both in shops and online. The Lordship of Ireland (Irish: Tiarnas na hÉireann), sometimes referred to retroactively as Norman Ireland, was the part of Ireland ruled by the King of England (styled as "Lord of Ireland") and controlled by loyal Anglo-Norman lords between and The lordship was created as a Papal fief following the Norman invasion of Ireland in – As the lord of Ireland was also the Capital: Dublin².
To all Protestants in England, Scotland & Ireland () 'J. H.' (flS4) Upon the Earl of Roscommon's poems being publish'd Part V Jacobite and Williamite Ireland To His Grace the Duke of Ormond, upon his Leaving the Government and Kingdom of Ireland () To his Onor de Rit Onorable Richard Earle of Tyroincol (c) It's just something about Ireland.
Someone once asked me to explain about where I am from Full of mystical folklore banshee's and fairies Endless searching for clover while leprechaun's hide under ground Mist in the air shadowy dance /5.
() John Wilson (fl) and Anon. To his Excellence, Richard Earle of Arran &c. (by Wilson) and On Mr Wilson's admirable Copy of Verses dedicated to his Ex: the Earle of Arran from: A Lampoon on the Senior Fellowes of Dublin Colledge () Luke Wadding (c.
List of poems about arran. Poems about arran by famous poets. Learn about arran through great poems about places special to you. Search the world map for poems about everyhwere. 'My Ireland' poem is a thundering, vibrant look at Ireland today Poet Stephen James Smith manages to tread the line between knowing and clever, and full of heart and raw emotion.
To Ireland poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley. witness Erin when thine injured isleSees summer on its verdant pastures smile. Page/5. John Nicholson Ireland (13 August – 12 June ) was an English composer and teacher of music. The majority of his output consists of piano miniatures and of songs with piano.
His best-known works include the short instrumental or orchestral work "The Holy Boy", a setting of the poem "Sea-Fever" by John Masefield, a formerly much-played Piano Concerto, the hymn tune Love Unknown and.
Author / [Publication date] Title; L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, /  To a gentleman, a member of the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament.
' Grace And Favour ' Dedicated To Joseph Mary Plunkett-Poet And Grace Gifford, Both Of Whom Fought And In Their Own Way Died, For Ireland’s Cause: poem by Richard Ansell.
The depth of love we cannot comprehend Which Joseph held for Ireland and for Grace That 3/5. Richard had a huge heart and felt great love for people; using his gifts to help others whenever and wherever possible.
Ultimately, Richard's abilities should be judged on the basis of what he accomplished and the eyewitness accounts of his gifts, which will be documented in a forthcoming biography. Videos of Richard Ireland's abilities were. Seamus Heaney's sonnet 'When All the Others Were Away at Mass' has been chosen as Ireland's favourite poem of the past years.
T he poem made a shortlist of ten poems in. : Letters Written by His Excellency, Arthur Capel, Earl of Essex: Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, in the Year ; To Which Is Prefixed, an Historical Account of His Life (Classic Reprint) (): Capel, Arthur: Books5/5(1). RTÉ, A Poem For Ireland. K likes.
What is your best-loved Irish poem of the Years. RTÉ A Poem for Ireland is a new RTÉ arts campaign getting the public talking about Irish PoetryFollowers: K. Returning to Ireland as an Irish American can be a very insightful experience, connecting you with your heritage once more and at times, leading to a .Excerpt from Letters Written by His Excellency Arthur Capel, Earl of Essex, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, in the Year To Which Is Prefixed, an Historical Account of 5/5(1).
A Poem for Ireland Last September, RTE launched A Poem for Ireland to promote the wealth of words and images that have made up Ireland’s wonderful catalogue of poetry over the last years.
The judges have pored over the suggestions made by the public and have put together a shortlist of 10 of Ireland’s greatest loved : Niamh Mongey.