Poet Charles Gavan Duffy

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The Irish Rapparees
Righ Shemus he has gone to France, and left his crown behind;
Ill luck be theirs, both day and night, put running in his mind
Lord Lucan followed after, with his Slashers brave and true,
And now the doleful keen is raised-”What will poor Ireland do?
What must poor Ireland do?
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