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Blackcatprowl3: “De Stove Pipe Hole” by William Henry Drummond

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to Irish-born Canadian poet William Henry Drummond (April 13, 1854), author of "The Habitant “(1897) et al.

retsebez: "You will find as you look back upon your life that the moments when you have truly lived are the moments when you have done things in the spirit of love." ❤️ ~ Henry Drummond

thewssociety: Perth schoolmaster (and friend of William Drummond)Henry Adamson's 1638 "The Muses Threnodie", part lamentation, part travelogue, part history of Tayside and environs. Adamson is alleged to have coined the term "curling" for the Scots winter sport. Signet Library collections.

bcwriters: Congrats to FBCW's Susan McCaslin. “Retiring Into the Greater Work,” won “Judge’s Choice” in the Dr. William Henry Drummond Poetry Contest...

dontmakephotos: “I shall pass through this world but once. Any good therefore that I can do or any kindness that I can show to any human being, let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again.” -William Henry Drummond, The Supreme Gift

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to Irish-born Canadian poet William Henry Drummond (April 13, 1854), author of "The Habitant “(1897) et al.

ELANQuebec: Submissions are now open for Canada's longest-running non-governmental poetry contest honouring Montrealer, Dr. William Henry Drummond. Deadline to submit: Friday, April 30. For details on how to submit and cash prizes, visit:

LacockNT: William Henry Fox Talbot came of age on this day two hundred years ago. His stepfather wrote to him: “It was always my intention to have written you a few words of advice...but really you do not want it...go on as you have begun.” So touching. Photo credit: John M

Madoxane: 5 of 5 stars to Phil-o-rum's Canoe and Madeleine Verc... by William Henry Drummond

GGGGail: to an end. The fact that James was married to Henry’s older sister, Margaret, did little to dissuade either him or Catherine from entering the fray. According to 17th-century chronicler William Drummond, the PREGNANT SCOTTISH QUEEN, pleaded with her husband to desist,

Rishiscribe: "He that will not reason is a Bigot; He that cannot reason is a Fool; He that dares not reason is a Slave." -William Henry Drummond Courtesy: - 'Annihilation Of Caste' by Dr Ambedkar

AgyemangAsieduG: Do not quarrel with your lot in life. Do not complain of its never — ceasing cares, its petty environment, the vexations you have to stand, the small and sordid souls you have to live and work with. — William Henry Drummond was an Irish — born Canadian poet and author.

AgyemangAsieduG: Do not quarrel ... with your lot in life. Do not complain of its never — ceasing cares, its petty environment, the vexations you have to stand, the small and sordid souls you have to live and work with. — William Henry Drummond was an Irish-born Canadian poet and author.

alandrummond2: You can always tell a Canadian baby - born with toques. My nephew’s son- William Peter Henry Drummond - the latest addition to the Drummond clan!

CanadaFirst: This poem about a ship that sinks in Lac St-Pierre, Quebec, is recited by James (Jimmy) Rice on Canada-issued His Master's Voice 216383, recorded in Canada in late 1922. "The Wreck of the Julie Plante" poem by William Henry Drummond

jrroszman: Painted by the pre-eminent portrait artist, Henry William Pickersgill, when Drummond served as Under-Secretary of Ireland.

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to Irish-born Canadian poet William Henry Drummond (April 13, 1854), author of "The Habitant “(1897) et al.

charlesmoffat: William Henry Drummond's "De Stove Pipe Hole"

jebellawz: The names of those considered new apostles were: John Bate Cardale, Henry Drummond, Henry King-Church, Spencer Perc...



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