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James Ross The Poetry

 

The poetry of James Ross published in the book Wild Warblings 1817

 

The poetry of  James Ross gives us not just a view of Thrybergh through his eyes, they also portray a good insight about the man himself. He obviously loved the beauty of the scenery that was Thrybergh, he was quite a naturalist, and was very observant. We learn from his poem "The School" he had a good sense of humour and was a very competent Teacher. He had a great respect for those he knew, and I would say earned a great deal of respect from those that knew him. "A man of many Talents." So read on and enjoy a view of Thrybergh pre 1817 through the eyes of James Ross.
Note: The River Don is spelt Dun in the poem, which is the way it was spelt on old documents. Possibly the spelling became Don in the late 1800's.

 

The Poems


THE INVOCATION

THRYBERGH

THE SCHOOL

SIR LEONARD'S CROSS

THE COT O CONTENT

SCHEME OF PROVIDENCE

THE COMPLAINT

SONNET

THE BELL FLOWER

BLOW GENTLY YE BREEZES

ON DISAPPOINTMENT
 
THE CHASE

THRYBERGH PARK

THE DISCONSOLATE MAIDEN

THE ORPHAN

FALSE FRIENDSHIP

THE EXILE

THE GOOD MANS EXIT

 

 

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