The Vision of the Three T's

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THE VISION

OF

THE THREE T'S.

 

A THRENODY

BY

THE AUTHOR OF

"THE NEW BELFRY."

 

"CALL YOU THIS, BACHING OF YOUR FRIENDS?"

 
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West view of the new Tunnel.

 

SECOND EDITION.


 

OXFORD:
JAMES PARKER AND CO.
1873.



CONTENTS.

 

 

A Conference (held on the Twentieth of March, 1873) betwixt an Angler, a Hunter, and a Professor; concerning angling, and the beautifying of Thomas his Quadrangle. The Ballad of 'The Wandering Burgess.'

A Conference with one distraught: who discourseth strangely of many things.

A Conference of the Hunter with a Tutor, whilom the Angler his eyes be closed in sleep. The Angler awaking relateth his Vision. The Hunter chaunteth 'A Bachanalian Ode.'


 

OXFORD:
By E. B. Gardner, E. Pickard Hall, and J. H. Stacy,
PRINTERS TO THE UNIVERSITY.


This work was published before January 1, 1924, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.