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Vicar on September 26th, 2011

Ronald Blythe recalls a youthful encounter with a philosopher LONG ago, I worked in a wonderful library. It contained not only the usual stock of reference books and what was called the Local Collection, but a kind of Gentleman’s Library from the 18th century, and Arch¬bishop Samuel Harsnett’s Library, an eclectic selection of books, among […]

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Vicar on September 19th, 2011

An orchard reminds Ronald Blythe of a Victorian curate AT EIGHT o’clock in the morning, I go to the orchard in search of break¬fast, where the white cat stares at me from a sagging branch. I discover 20 unpecked, or ungnawed, pears. I also discover the following in Francis Kilvert’s Diary. (As president of his […]

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Vicar on September 12th, 2011

Ronald Blythe enjoys being introduced to some fruit trees THE remarkable day has arrived, at last, at last. I am allowed to see the Community Orchard. It was planted as long ago as February, in two acres of Woodland Trust. And its originator was, of course, my remarkable friend David Baker. For ages, he has […]

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Vicar on September 5th, 2011

August reminds us of an apostle of whom little is known, says Ronald Blythe “AUGUST for the people and their favourite islands,” Auden wrote in August 1935, and, all these years hence, they, or we, continue to seek the same “complicated apparatus of amusement”. Thus our branch of the Royal British Legion reinstates the Flower […]

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