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TIPPERARY: 2. AS THE TRANSLATORS WOULD HAVE INTERLINED IT . . ., by             Poet's Biography
First Line: O thou torquatus, the space to tipperarium
Last Line: My heart at that location is present.
Alternate Author Name(s): F. P. A.
Subject(s): Farewell; Tipperary, Ireland; Travel; Parting; Journeys; Trips


O thou Torquatus, the space to Tipperarium is (many) thousand of paces, a
wide distance in the travelling. The space to Tipperarium is (many) thousand of

paces toward the propinquity to the most sweet virgin of whom knowledge is to
me. Farewell, O (thou) Piccadillium! Farewell, O rectangle of (the consul)
Lestertius! The space to Tipperarium is (many) thousand of paces, yet, moreover,

my heart at that location is present.





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