3 edition of Roseberry-Toppin: or the prospect of a summer"s day: a descriptive poem found in the catalog.
Roseberry-Toppin: or the prospect of a summer"s day: a descriptive poem
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 10350, no. 06.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Roseberry Topping features strongly in the identity of Teesside and its people. It has been a place of pilgrimage for centuries. The hill is just over a thousand feet high, with its distinctive profile and place in the landscape, it has been enjoyed and celebrated by generations of.
Nina Crews puts a new twist on original Mother Goose poetry in her book, The Neighborhood Mother Goose. This book features forty-one well-known and beloved poems such as Humpty Dumpty, Peter Piper, Ring around the Rosie and There was an Old Woman who Lived in a Shoe.4/5.
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It is dusk, the end of a hot summer day. A half-dozen or so working class, white, “good ole’ boys” are grouped around a.
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