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UlyssesReader: Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland by William Allingham (second edition, green cloth, gilt trefoil design, previous owner's name on recto of flyleaf erased). A Handbook of Astronomy (cover,

10minnovelist: “Writing is learning to say nothing, more cleverly each day.” ― William Allingham

ron_eisele: 18 July 2009. Death of Henry William Allingham, WWI pilot, engineer, last surviving member of the RNAS and the last surviving founder member of the Royal Air Force.

bethbethbeth01: I was *going* to ask for help finding a '50s/'60s children's hardcover, oversized, illustrated fairy tale collection inc "The Fairies" by William Allingham & a story about a bear got a job in a salmon factory, but I did an image search on the Allingham poem and found the book!

AnecdotalWisdom: Historian Thomas Carlyle told the Irish poet William Allingham that he was intending to write a life of Michelangelo. When Allingham expressed interest and enthusiasm, Carlyle went on discouragingly, “Mind ye, I’ll no’ say much about his art.”

PoemsAndStorie1: Robin Redbreast By William Allingham - Lullabies for babies | Kindergarten Rhymes | Toddler songs Just clicks the link below to watch this beautiful poem.

ron_eisele: Born 6 June 1896. Henry William Allingham, WWI pilot and engineer, last surviving member of the RNAS and last surviving RAF founding member.

UlyssesReader: Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland by William Allingham (second edition, green cloth, gilt trefoil design, previous owner's name on recto of flyleaf erased). A Handbook of Astronomy (cover,

Eerie_Allsorts: “High on the hill-top The old King sits; He is now so old and grey He’s nigh lost his wits.” - “The Fairies” by William Allingham (1883)

BillBloodyHughe: Also, William Allingham's 'The Fairies'

helenmcguinness: William allingham buried up there in st Anne's x

MelanieJaxn: Up the airy mountain, Down the rushy glen, We daren't go a-hunting For fear of little men; Wee folk, good folk, Trooping all together, Green jacket, red cap, And white owl's feather! -William Allingham

MeshuggePup: Four ducks on a pond, A grass-bank beyond, A blue sky of spring, White clouds on the wing; What a little thing To remember for years- To remember with tears! by: William Allingham

UlyssesReader: Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland by William Allingham (second edition, green cloth, gilt trefoil design, previous owner's name on recto of flyleaf erased). A Handbook of Astronomy (cover,

Infinite_Joyce: so unsteady that he had a few minutes to speak Irish in Ireland by William Allingham (second edition, green cloth, gilt trefoil design,

DrPatHistorian: Not only some contactees (e. g. William Dudley Pelley) were involved with racist ideas and activism. Also critics and debunkers like astronomer Sir Patrick Moore who was behind the Cedric Allingham contactee hoax were involved with xenophobic activism (UKIP etc). Source below.

ArthurMcgrail7: Check out this quote: "THE FAIRIES. WILLIAM ALLINGHAM. Up the airy…" - "Fairy and Folk…"

HWarlow: ‘The Daffodil Wood’ by Helen Allingham (1848-1926) Watercolours. Her book ‘The Cottage Homes of England’ showed us pretty scenes with glorious gardens and an idyllic life. She was married to the Scottish poet William Allingham

PaddyStrain: Four Ducks on a Pond by William Allingham

ontheNthday: On the 2,128,162nd day, God created William Allingham.

MacCocktail: "Writing is learning to say nothing, more cleverly every day." ― William Allingham (born this day, March 19, 1824)

NORTHTRENTON: Happy Birthday to Fredrik Pacius (d. 1891), David Livingstone (d. 1873), Johannes Verhulst (d. 1891), Richard Francis Burton (d. 1890), William Allingham (d. 1889), Carl Frederik Tietgen (d. 1901), Minna Canth (d. 1897), Albert Pinkham Ryder (d. 1917) and Wyatt Earp (d. 1929).

lorraineelizab6: ©Emery Walker - engraving from William Allingham, A Diary, Published 1908 Macmillan London. ©my copy of 'The Faeries'.

BaltimoreParade: 19 Mar 1824, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal: William Allingham born. The author was best known for the poem The Faeries, and his posthumously published Diary.

thepainterflynn: Today in 1824 William Allingham, poet and diarist, is born in Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal

ARTSalamode: Born 3/19: painters Albert Pinkham Ryder, Josef Albers, sculptor Gaston Lachaise, writers Philip Roth, William Allingham, Tobias Smollett, Irving Wallace, jazz bass Harry "The Bean" Babasin, David "Buck" Wheat, jazz piano Eliane Elias.

ARTSalamode: "Politeness costs nothing. Nothing, that is, to him that shows it; but it often costs the world very dear." William Allingham

bidwellhollow: Philip Roth is among today's literary birthdays. One of our stories this week highlights Roth's impact on 20th century literature:

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to Irish writer and poet William Allingham (March 19,1824), author of "Irish Songs and Poems" (1887) et al.

bufocalvin: Happy bookish birthdays, 19 March, to: William Allingham (The Fairies), David Saperstein (Cocoon), Irving Wallace (The Word), Tobias George Smollet (The Adventures of Roderick Random)...

shelleyscholar: Happy St Patrick’s Day! ☘️Here is William Allingham’s (Shelleyan 5, Irish poet) anthology of choice lyrics, Nightingale Alley (1860) with his note on Shelley anticipating the major period of Shelleyanism from the late 60s to 80s.

shelleyscholar: Shelleyan 5: William Allingham (1824-89). Edited 'Nightingale Valley' ('60) where PBS appears. 'Hardly any great poet, certainly no modern one, has been so inaccurately printed as Shelley. Helps to the very necessary revision are in existence, and ought quickly to be used'.

adanagirl: Inside the front cover, across from his mother’s message, was glued in a copy of a poem (possibly from a newspaper). A quick Google search shows it is by 19th century Irish poet William Allingham.

MelanieJaxn: High on the hilltop The old King sits; He is now so old&grey He’s nigh lost his wits. Or going up with themusic Oncold starrynights, To sup with theQueen Of the gay Northern Lights. --William Allingham

MelanieJaxn: By the craggy hillside, Through the mosses bare, They have planted thorn trees For my pleasure, here and there. Is any man so daring As dig them up in spite, He shall find their sharpest thorns In his bed at night. --William Allingham

FamilyHistoryUK: William ALLINGHAM & Lucy E ANDERSON

Stairnahireann: ‘The Fairies’ by William Allingham

DempseyDonall: Da would always recite this now after his funeral they turn up to see him off Four Ducks on a Pond William Allingham Four ducks on a pond, A grass-bank beyond, A blue sky of spring, White clouds on the wing; What a little thing To remember for years- To remember with tears!

UlyssesReader: Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland by William Allingham (second edition, green cloth, gilt trefoil design, previous owner's name on recto of flyleaf erased). A Handbook of Astronomy (cover,

_DanSedan_: “Up the airy mountain, Down the rushy glen, We dare not go a-hunting For fear of little men.” —William Allingham

UlyssesReader: Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland by William Allingham (second edition, green cloth, gilt trefoil design, previous owner's name on recto of flyleaf erased). A Handbook of Astronomy (cover,

michaelscaines: I have the greatest possible admiration for [William] Allingham’s poetry. I am sometimes inclined to believe that he was my own master in Irish verse, starting me in the way I have gone whether for good or evil. – WB Yeats, Dec 7 1904

MsPatriciaGao: The Fairies, by William Allingham

ssvikings: William Allingham - The Abbott Of Innisfallen

ssvikings: William Allingham The Lepracaun Or Fairy Shoe Maker

upforthesneer: Writing is learning to say nothing, more cleverly each day. William Allingham

praashok: Now Autumn's fire burns slowly along the woods and day by day the dead leaves fall and melt. William Allingham

zephyrzap: "Now Autumn's fire burns slowly along the woods and day by day the dead leaves fall and melt." — William Allingham

peterswidrak: One of my favourites: Four ducks on a pond A grass bank beyond A blue sky of spring White clouds on the wing What a little thing To remember for years To remember with tears. William Allingham

rlloydpr: Quote of the Day Now Autumn's fire burns slowly along the woods and day by day the dead leaves fall and melt. William Allingham

BaltimoreParade: 18 Nov 1889: William Allingham died, London, England. He wrote the poem The Faeries and the posthumously published Diary.

ECMFCM: William Allingham was a man of the Erne. He lived in Ballyshannon, Co Donegal, where the Erne is flows from Fermanagh towards the sea at Bundoran. Have you ever heard this poem?

NLIreland: Apologies everyone - just spotted the typo in our text. William Allingham was born in 1824. He died on 18 November 1889!

dotQuote: William Allingham: "Now Autumn's fire burns slowly along the woods and day by day the dead leaves fall and melt."

consertum: Four ducks on a pond, A grass-bank beyond, A blue sky of spring, White clouds on the wing; What a little thing To remember for years- To remember with tears! William Allingham ( 1824-1889)

CulturalCapture: "Now Autumn's fire burns slowly along the woods and day by day the dead leaves fall and melt." - William Allingham

EnhancedWithin: "Now Autumn's fire burns slowly along the woods and day by day the dead leaves fall and melt." — William Allingham

MyFogponics: "Now Autumn's fire burns slowly along the woods and day by day the dead leaves fall and melt." — William Allingham

israhkhan: Now Autumn's fire burns slowly along the woods and day by day the dead leaves fall and melt...... William Allingham

Woden: Thinking about Willie Wonka "Up the airy mountain, Down the rushy glen, We daren't go a-hunting, For fear of little men" William Allingham

the__dullahan: Up the airy mountain, Down the rushy glen, We daren’t go a-hunting For fear of little men, Wee folk, good folk, Trooping all together, Green jacket, red cap And white owl’s feather! - William Allingham 1870

suhaib_farooq: "Now Autumn's fire burns slowly along the woods and day by day the dead leaves fall and melt." William Allingham.

MenahPC: William Allingham: "Autumn's the mellow time."

MelanieJaxn: And night sends up her pale cold moon, and spills White mist around the hollows of the hills, Phantoms of firth or lake; the peasant sees His cot and stockyard, with the homestead trees... William Allingham

wartimeni: Squadron Leader William Johnston Allingham died on 27th October 1942 aged 56 years old. His grave is in Dundonald Cemetery, Co. Down. Read more:

MrWoogly: "Up the airy mountain, Down the rushy glen, We daren’t go a-hunting For fear of little men;" (From The Fairies by William Allingham) Stay tuned for a week of doom... And remember I am releasing work on early Saturday(Late Friday) morning at the moment Halloween begins.

jankrav: “Autumn’s the mellow time.” - William Allingham

govauctionnews: According to eBay, Winston Churchill painted poor Helen Allingham pastiches: if it wasn't for the gallery stamps, one might fear some chicanery. 2 days to go & up £41 so far. Below - and unrelated - is William Heath's satirical print, 'Looking at an Ass.'

HabbyMomma: Bright yellow, red and orange, The leaves come down in hosts; The trees are Indian princes, But soon they'll turn to ghosts. –William Allingham (1824–89)

platospupil: Bright yellow, red and orange, The leaves come down in hosts; The trees are Indian princes, But soon they'll turn to ghosts. –William Allingham (1824–89)

UlyssesReader: Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland by William Allingham (second edition, green cloth, gilt trefoil design, previous owner's name on recto of flyleaf erased). A Handbook of Astronomy (cover,

OccultFan: Bright yellow, red and orange, The leaves come down in hosts; The trees are Indian princes, But soon they'll turn to ghosts. –William Allingham (1824–89)

kevblue777: Bright yellow, red and orange, The leaves come down in hosts; The trees are Indian princes, But soon they'll turn to ghosts. –William Allingham (1824–89)

ldaviesvisual: "now autumn's fire burns slowly along the woods" - William Allingham

MelanieJaxn: I hear strange voices, flitting, calling, Wavering by on the dusky blast, – “Come, let us go, for the night is falling; Come, let us go, for the day is past!” -William Allingham

praashok: Autumn's the mellow time. William Allingham

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ProfiletreeCV: “Autumn’s the mellow time.” - William Allingham

BSoSocials: "Now Autumn's fire burns slowly along the woods and day by day the dead leaves fall and melt." - William Allingham, Irish poet (1824 - 1889)

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Aplm888Alana: Autumn's the mellow time. ~ William Allingham

wralbleslie: EVENING THOUGHT: Autumn is the mellow time. - William Allingham

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