LANDOR AND IRELAND.
[To THE EDITOS or ma Eine:ma:]
Sta.—Amongst Landor's contributions to the literature of the Irish question, the following lines ought surely not to be for- gotten:— "Ireland never was contented P Say you so ? You are demented.
Ireland was contented when
All could use the sword and pen,
And when Tara rose iso high That her turret; split the sky.
And about her courts were seen Liveried angels robed in green.
Wearing by St. Patrick's bounty Emeralds big as half a county."
—I am, Sir, &c..