Page:Our Common Land (and other short essays).djvu/218

From Wikisource
Jump to: navigation, search
This page has been validated.
206
THE FUTURE OF OUR COMMONS.

succeeding generations. It will give a share in his country to be inherited by the poorest citizen. It will be a link between the many and through the ages, binding with holy happy recollections those who together have entered into the joys its beauty gives—men and women of different natures, different histories, and different anticipations—into one solemn joyful fellowship, which neither time nor outward change can destroy—as people are bound together by any common memory, or common cause, or common hope.




charles dickens and evans, crystal palace press.