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THE IRISH MONTHLY is sent poet free for Seven Shillings.
BY THE REV. MATTHEW RUSSELL, S.J.
Opinions of the Press. “More than commonly beautiful.”—The Academy.
“Full of beauty, very sweet and pure. The best religious poetry we have seen this long time.”—Dublin Review.
" As pretty as they are pious.”—The Month.
“One of the most useful and charming embodiments of Catholic piety which has issued from the press.”— Irishman.
“ These poems are simple, devotional, musical, and eloquent."— Irish Ecclesiastical Record.
“Une admirable collection de poésies.”—Propagateur Catholique.
“They will meet with prompt and warm recognition from all cultured readers." — The Nation,
M. H. GILL & Son, 50 UPPER SACKVILLE-STREET, DUBLIN.
A Magazine of General Literature
TWELFTH YEARLY VOLUME
M. H. GILL & SON, 50 UPPER SACKVILLE STREET
LONDON : BURNS & OATES; SIMPKIN, MARSHALL & CO.
VI. Two on the Tower,
SKETCHES OF PLACES AND PERSONS.
IV. In the Flowery Land.-Pensacola, .
V. The Wanderings of Evangeline,
Notes of Home Rambles. By Jobn Fallon.
III. Our Excursion to New Grange and Monasterboice,