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Lines on the death of the Prince Consort

Contains A Dirge. Maple Bank. May 1885. At the end of the poem Denoon notes that his dirge was written shortly after the news was received of the death of Prince Albert, and that it was published in the Three Rivers Inquirer under the pseudonym A ...

The Changes of Home. Maple Bank. 15th April 1885

J.D. Opening verse: I had been absent from my home, For one and twenty years, Serving my Country and my Queen, In the Royal Cannoniers. A later verse: To see the bright blue sky above, Feel the pure air below, And hear the merry sleigh bells ring....

The Convict. Maple Bank

Interesting and informative description at the back of the Convict Guard at the garrison of Woolwich, England and the prisoners that were received there and put to work at the Arsenal producing armaments. It was in 1825 when in command of the Conv...

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