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p_mcpartlin: Hibs: Johnson; J MacIntyre, McCulloch, Blaney, Megwa, O MacIntyre; Hamilton, Laidlaw, Aiken; O’Connor, Young. Hearts: MacFarlane, Aitken, Flatman, Tait, Thomas, Kirk, Sandilands, Simpson, Ross, McLuckie, Rathie.

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to English poet and artist Thomas Flatman (February 12, 1635), author of the poem "The Batchelors Song” et al.

aic_europeanart: Thomas Flatman, Portrait of James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormond (1610-1688), 1601

aic_europeanart: Thomas Flatman, Portrait of James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormond (1610-1688), 1601

aic_europeanart: Thomas Flatman, Portrait of James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormond (1610-1688), 1601

aic_europeanart: Thomas Flatman, Portrait of James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormond (1610-1688), 1601

aic_europeanart: Thomas Flatman, Portrait of James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormond (1610-1688), 1601

BenSuttonJackal: I think people dont realise how much injuries can ruin props. David Flatman essentially stopped being able to scrummage after some shoulder issues. It only takes a few niggles to completely ruin you. And unfortunately thats happened to Henry Thomas. He genuinely used to be good

aic_europeanart: Thomas Flatman, Portrait of James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormond (1610-1688), 1601

aic_europeanart: Thomas Flatman, Portrait of James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormond (1610-1688), 1601

EssakaJoshua: Musical interlude for neurodiverse brain break was Purcell’s “When on my sickbed I languish.” Setting of a Thomas Flatman poem:

ICDb_tv: Italy vs Wales is on ITV HUB (geo/R). Gareth Thomas is providing punditry. Jamie Roberts is providing punditry. With commentary from Miles Harrison. Co-commentator is David Flatman. For more details see

simonrug: Love this from TV pundit David Flatman: “The risk with a talent like Louis Rees-Zammit is to over-hype him too early. With that in mind, I just want to say that he should be Lions captain and Prime Minister."

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to English poet and artist Thomas Flatman (February 12, 1635), author of the poem "The Batchelors Song” et al.

aic_europeanart: Portrait of James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormond (1610-1688), Thomas Flatman, 1601

MuseumofLondon: In a crisis, our instinct is to contact loved ones and the Great Fire was no different. In this letter, Londoner Robert Flatman writes to his brother Thomas to describe the fire and assure him that his books are safe.

bowiesongs: Thomas Flatman, minor poet (Oxford History of English Literature of the Late Seventeenth Century, 1969)

aic_europeanart: Portrait of James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormond (1610-1688), Thomas Flatman, 1601

tambourine: one of the examples quoted is from a book of poetry called Belly God by a man called Thomas Flatman, and i can't find out what "belly god" means

chilton_wmc: Another good run out for the lads. 10-0. A couple of worldies and more minutes in the tank. Safe journey home to Gateshead 3 Tunns! Joe Cornbill X3 Tyler Marquis X2 Joel Gibson X1 Thomas GallagherX1 Liam Wright X1 David Gibson X1 Joe Flatman X1 MOM- Joe Cornbill

corrinacellist: Today in the category of old songs that are relevant again, I bring you Thomas Flatman, as set by Pelham Humfrey.

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to English poet and artist Thomas Flatman (February 12, 1635), author of the poem "The Batchelors Song” et al.

mediascomm: The Art Institute of Chicago, Portrait of James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormond (1610-1688), 17th century, Thomas Flatman, English, 1635/7-1688

OnlyMelbourne: Thomas E. Flatman | Album Launch

2ndprizetheband: We were supposed to be playing at Open Studio this afternoon with Thomas E Flatman in support of the launch of his wonderful single ‘Regular Man’. Disappointingly we have to pull out. John will be there though and will probs buy you a beer if he sees you.

thepaulwilliams: Joe Marler, Gareth Thomas, David Flatman and Andy Powell is a TV show waiting to happen. I don't care what they do, I'd watch.

samrat747: The Batchelors Song by Thomas Flatman Like a Dog with a bottle, fast ti'd to his tail, Like Vermin in a trap, or a...

samrat747: The Sad Day by Thomas Flatman O THE sad day! When friends shall shake their heads, and say Of miserable me-- 'Hark,...

samrat747: Advice To An Old Man of Sixty Three About To Marry a Girle of Sixteen by Thomas Flatman Now fie upon him! what is M...

oregon_lawyers7: 1676 THOMAS FLATMAN Poetry 2ND EDITION Fine Leather BINDING 1st NAHAM TATE

John_W_Thomas: Listening to Flatman And Bobin (Parliament) by George Clinton & Family, on my Echo!

johnleeclark: I have determined that the first bad Victorian poet was one Thomas Flatman, who was born in... 1635. Yup, he was way ahead of his time.

joeflatman: A splendid thread. My claim: i'm possibly a distant relation to an extremely poor-quality court poet to Charles II...

RealPlotBot: Western idea. Fifty-Five Evil Men. A darling dayan vows to avenge the death of Thomas Flatman.

6Bacon_Bot: Thomas Flatman, miniature painter and man of letters, was born in 1635 and died in 1688:

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to British poet and artist Thomas Flatman (February 12, 1635), author of the poem "The Batchelors Song" et al.



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