Reminiscences of Horsham

Reminiscences of Horsham (written work, Memoir/autobiography)

Listening experiences

1432902611539: Several young men were inside that house drinking ...

1432903863502: Early on polling day his candidate [Mr. Blount], f...

1432904266399: The next Royal event was the Coronation of Queen V...

1432904672972: Another event that was celebrated on a large scale...

1432905378291: "Good old Isaac," as Aldridge was called, besides ...

1432906430599: Another public exhibition of barbarity, also the l...

1432906875222: On this day, too, we had Jacks-in-the-Green. The c...

1432907310938: Isaac Aldridge was about the only ringer here who ...

1432907888642: Ned Proposed that he, Gadd, and I should walk to O...

1432908203423: Song singing, too, was a great delight of my fathe...

1432908498288: I remember, when quite a boy, buying for my mother...

1432908752360: On all sorts of other occasions I have sung other ...

1432909062642: The most important public occasion I ever sang at ...

author

Henry Burstow

published in

September, 1911

publisher

The Free Christian Church Book Society

includes

excerpt from 'Reminiscences of Horsham' pp. 45-46 (80 words)

Cite as Henry Burstow, Reminiscences of Horsham (Horsham, September, 1911). http://www.folk-network.com/miscellany/burstow/burstow.html
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