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C. S. Calverley
(1831-1884) born on
Dec 21
English poet, porodist, classical scholar, lawyer. The works of Charles Stuart Blayds [ps. C. S. Calverley] include "Verses And Translations," 1862 and "Fly Leaves," 1866.
I must mention again it was gorgeous weather,
Rhymes are so scarce in this world of ours.

I cannot sing the old songs now!
It is not that I deem them low;
'Tis that I can't remember how
They go.
And this song is considered a perfect gem,
And as to the meaning, it's what you please.
Jones - (who, I'm glad to say,
Asked leave of Mrs. J. - )
Daily absorbs a clay
After his labours.
Yet it is better to drop thy friends,
O my daughter, than to drop thy 'H's'.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: Lovers, and a Reflection
R: Changed
A: Ballad
N: Ode to Tobacco."
K: Proverbial Philosophy," 'Of Friendship'

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