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Den ole Brer Rabbit sot de jug down in de road en let um lick de stopper a time er two.

A. B. Frost, from Uncle Remus and his friends, by Joel Chandler  Harris, Boston, 1892.

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Den ole Brer Rabbit sot de jug down in de road en let um lick de stopper a time er two.

A. B. Frost, from Uncle Remus and his friends, by Joel Chandler Harris, Boston, 1892.

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Saturday, August 9, 2014
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Brer B’ar try ter ‘splain but Brer Rabbit keep a-talkin’.

A. B. Frost, from Uncle Remus and his friends, by Joel Chandler  Harris, Boston, 1892.

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Brer B’ar try ter ‘splain but Brer Rabbit keep a-talkin’.

A. B. Frost, from Uncle Remus and his friends, by Joel Chandler Harris, Boston, 1892.

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Saturday, August 9, 2014
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Sir Dilberry Diddle.

Hugh Thomson, from Old English songs, with an introduction by Austin Dobson, London, 1894.

A zip file containing the six illustrations of the latest series can be downloaded at this link.

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Sir Dilberry Diddle.

Hugh Thomson, from Old English songs, with an introduction by Austin Dobson, London, 1894.

A zip file containing the six illustrations of the latest series can be downloaded at this link.

(Source: archive.org)

Friday, August 8, 2014
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Oh! Dear! What can the matter be?

Hugh Thomson, from Old English songs, with an introduction by Austin Dobson, London, 1894.

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Oh! Dear! What can the matter be?

Hugh Thomson, from Old English songs, with an introduction by Austin Dobson, London, 1894.

(Source: archive.org)

Friday, August 8, 2014
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How happy could I be with either.

Hugh Thomson, from Old English songs, with an introduction by Austin Dobson, London, 1894.

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How happy could I be with either.

Hugh Thomson, from Old English songs, with an introduction by Austin Dobson, London, 1894.

(Source: archive.org)

Thursday, August 7, 2014
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How are our shepherds fall’n from ancient days!
No Amaryllis chants alternate lays
(a journey to Exeter) 

Hugh Thomson, from Old English songs, with an introduction by Austin Dobson, London, 1894.

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How are our shepherds fall’n from ancient days!
No Amaryllis chants alternate lays
(a journey to Exeter)

Hugh Thomson, from Old English songs, with an introduction by Austin Dobson, London, 1894.

(Source: archive.org)

Thursday, August 7, 2014
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That Turnham-Green, which dainty pigeons fed,
But feeds no more : for Solomon is dead.
(A journey to Exeter)

Hugh Thomson, from Old English songs, with an introduction by Austin Dobson, London, 1894.

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That Turnham-Green, which dainty pigeons fed,
But feeds no more : for Solomon is dead.
(A journey to Exeter)

Hugh Thomson, from Old English songs, with an introduction by Austin Dobson, London, 1894.

(Source: archive.org)

Thursday, August 7, 2014
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Morning in London.

Hugh Thomson, from Old English songs, with an introduction by Austin Dobson, london, 1894.

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Morning in London.

Hugh Thomson, from Old English songs, with an introduction by Austin Dobson, london, 1894.

(Source: archive.org)

Thursday, August 7, 2014