Sketches of Incidents and Adventures in the Life of Thomas Elworth, the American Pedestrian

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author, 1844 - United States - 68 pages

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Page 24 - Yet I had a home, and I once had a sire, A mother who granted each infant desire ; Our cottage it stood in a wood-embower'd vale, Where the ringdove would warble its sorrowful tale.
Page 16 - Whatever, others may think of this practice, it did not then and does not now appear to me to be proper.
Page 1 - His parents were natives of England and emigrated to this country in the year 1810.

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