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figures and described by F. Edward Hulme, F.L.S., F.S.A.
“When forth I go upon my way, a thousand joys are mine,
the clusters of dark violets, the wreaths of the wild vine;
My jewels are the primrose pale, the bindweed, and the rose;
And show me any courtly gem more beautiful than those.”
First Series With coloured plates.
Cassel Petter & Galpin: London, Paris & New York.
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The verse is an extract from the poem Summer Song by the English writer Mary Howitt, popular at the time.