An 1842 poem wherein a woman waxes poetic (literally, it’s a poem) about her very handsome horse.
A poem about noses out of joint.
A poem on the “charm in wedded bliss.”
A poem by Margaret E. Sangster about robins and unfinished food.
On the “dainty weee blue flowers” that serve as “gentle messengers of spring”
“A delightful occupation that will grow dearer to your heart every day of your life.”
A pretty 1850 engraving with a brief history of the artist.
A warm little poem.
(Post)man’s best friend.
“Look at me here in my mistress’s muff; / My proper name is Vanity Puff”
“Here’s Christmas at the door again! / There’s never a day so dear”
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