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  • Spring Song Of The Birds
    Worschippe ye that loveris bene this May,
    For of your blisse the Kalendis are begonne,
    And sing with us, Away, Winter, away!
    Cum, Somer, cum, the suete sesoùn and sonne!...
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Sussyredpanda: his choice of subject matter also drew the attention of royalty, queen elizabeth i and her successor, king james: for example, king james was from scotland and a blood relative of the real-life macbeth.
Edpearce080759: king james of england died on march 27, 1625 during a violent attack of dysentery, which had followed a bout of tertian ague (malaria) and a stroke. he was buried in the henry vii lady chapel in westminster abbey.
Mamboward: on this day in scotland 27 march 1625 king james i/vi dies at the age of 58 his eldest son prince henry had died in 1612 so james is succeeded by his younger son charles charles i is aged 24 & knows little about being a king except it comes with a divine right to rule from god
Madmonarchs: king james i & vi of england and scotland (1566-1625) has a curious likeability for people interested in human oddity. the english criticised his dishevelled appearance and his doting on young male favourites ...
Fxmc1957: 27 march 1625. charles i became king of england, scotland and ireland. he was born into the house of stuart, as the second son of king james vi of scotland, but after his father inherited the english throne in 1603 (as james i), he moved to england. his reign led to civil war.
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When Pa Gets Back
 by Edgar Albert Guest

the railroad track,
Or a big boat ride, which he often does,
Oh, I 'm orful glad when he's back becoz
Jes' as soon as he's kissed my ma an' me
He laffs, an' says: 'Come along an' see
The wonderful things in my old black grip,
The things I got on my little trip.'


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