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    Ode on the foundation of the new building for the Catholic University of Ireland, July 20, A. D. 1862. by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1863 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Atlantis, Vol. IV, Nos. VII-VIII, 1863
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    Sonnets on colonisation beginning "England, thy sinful past has found thee out". by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1849 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Dublin University magazine: a literary and political journal, Vol. XXXIV, p. 110, p. 242, July, August, 1849
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    The lay of the heads; or, the vengeance of Connal Cearnach. by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1870 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Atlantis, Vol. V, No. IX, pp. 173-175, 1870
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    The human affections in the early Christian time. by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1873 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. I, pp. 79-83, August, 1873
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    Lines, being a poem beginning "Since last with thee, my guide unseen". by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1873 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. I, p. 129, September, 1873
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    "How came there sin to world so fair": a poem beginning with same line. by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1873 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. I, p. 361, December, 1873
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    In memory of the late Earl of Dunraven: a poem beginning: "Once more I pace thy pillared halls". by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1874 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. II, p. 22, January, 1874
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    Pastor Aeternus: a poem beginning "I scaled the hills. No murky blot". by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1874 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. II, p. 219, April, 1874
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    Two new "May Carols". "O cowslips sweetening lawn and vale". "The golden day is dead at last". by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1874 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. II, p. 300, May, 1874
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    The Daughters of Mary. A May Carol beginning "From sin - but not alone from sin - ". by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1875 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. III, p. 338, May, 1875
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    Sonnet on a fresh outbreak of detraction against the Church: "Revolted province of the Church of God". by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1875 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. III, p. 470, July, 1875
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    Fountain's Abbey: a poem beginning "The hand of Time is heavy: yet how soft". by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1876 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. V, p. 17, December, 1876
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    The dirge of Desmond: a poem beginning "Rush dark dirge, o'er hills of Erin". by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1877 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. V, pp. 314-315, May, 1877
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    Saint Joseph: a poem beginning "Ho ye that toil and ye that spin". by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1878 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. VI, pp. 131-133, March, 1878
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    Sonnets in memory of Sir William Hamilton Rowan beginning "Friend of past years, the holy and the blest". by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1880 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. VIII, p. 674, December, 1880
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    Filia Mariae: a poem beginning "One thought alone 'mid all this sea". by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1881 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. IX, p. 278, May, 1881
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    Genius and sanctity: a couplet beginning "How high he soars". by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1883 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XI, p. 74, February, 1883
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    Death: a poem beginning "Why shrink from Death? In ancient days we know". by De Vere, Aubrey

    Published: 1883 “…De Vere, Aubrey…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XI, p. 100, February, 1883
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