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The churchyard at Stoke Pogis (today written Stoke Poges) was the setting for Thomas Grey’s famous Elegy.

The book uses the illustration to accompany the following poem, which is by the Rev. William Bourne Oliver Peabody, D.D. (1799 – 1847).

THE moon is up! how calm and slow

She wheels above the hill!

The weary winds forget to blow,

And all the world lies still.

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