10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ASTHORE»
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The ballads of Ireland, collected and ed. by E. Hayes
MY KALLAGH DHU ASTHORE. BY FRANCIS DAVIS. Again the flowery feet of
June have tracked our cottage side ; And o'er the waves the timid moon steals,
smiling like a bride : But what were June or flowers to me, or waves, or moon, ...
Edward Hayes (collector of ballads), 1856
And when he sings, his every song is sacred freedom's own : And like his voice
his aim is strong, for labor nursed the bone : And then his step, and such an eye !
ah, fancy ! touch no more ; My spirit swims in holy joy o'er Kallagh dhu asthore !
Edward Hayes, William Kenealy, 1856
MARY ASTHORE. Must I in silence pine, Your heart can ne'er be mine, Fondly
my heart was thine, Mary asthore. Wilt the sweet rays of day Come not with joy to
me When thou art far away, Mary asthore. Can now another's smile All thy dear ...
Bush flowers from Australia, by a daughter of the soil, ...
Sounds of my childhood's glee, Sunshine and laughter free, Came with thy voice
to me ; Katie Asthore ! Let that dear smile of thine, Katie Asthore ; O'er my dull
pathway shine, Katie Asthore. Dear ones may leave me, Trusted ones grieve me,
A Dictionary of Hiberno-English: The Irish Use of English
'An assogue would kill a rat, no problem.' asthore /a'sto:r/ int., darling, my dear,
my love. 'Asthoreen' (with dimin. suffix -in), my dear little one < Ir a stor, treasure (
with voc. particle). 'Musha asthore. there's no use crying over spilt milk' (KG, ...
Terence Patrick Dolan, 2006
The Columbia Master Book Discography: Principal U.S. matrix ...
Asthore (Trotere) 46842-1-2-3 46842-4-5-6 46842-7-8-9 46842-10-11 Asthore (
Trotere) Asthore (Trotere) Asthore (Trotere) 46842-12-13-14 Asthore (Trotere)
46843-1-2-3 Sing Me To S1eep (Greene) 46843-4-5-6 Sing Me To S1eep (
Tim Brooks, Brian Rust, 1999
Impossible Joyce: Finnegans Wakes
Here the reference to ALPas'Sabrine' evokestheEnglish river Severn (whose
modern name derives from the RomanoCeltic Sabrina), the Russian river Savran,
and theScottish river Brin, while 'asthore' evokes the Indian river Astor.
Catalog of Copyright Entries: Musical compositions
16982. Olazabol (Francisco) Marcha Olaza- bol. 20720. Olbinski ( J. F.) Up in the
sky. 9081. Olcott (Chauncey) : Day dreams, day dreams. 19648 (23). Eileen
asthore. 19648(30). Fair Eileen asthore. 19048 (35). My wild Irish Rose. 3911,
Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art
Jenny," said the girl, throwing back the hood of her scarlet mantle, "you mustn't be
jealous of me asthore ; for sure Andy knows it's the weary time I have at home ;
but Andy," she added, " I tould yon the worst was to come, and troth it'll come, ...
The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art
Thin you may learn from what has happened, arick ngus asthore, never, oh never
to despair of God's mercy-mo matter into what thrial or difliculty you may be
brought. You see whin you naither hoped for it here, nor expected it, how it came
Robert Walsh, Eliakim Littell, John Jay Smith, 1839
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He had the board removed which inspired a local bard to write a few verses which began, “O James asthore, we all feel sore/after getting such ... «Galway Advertiser, May 12»