Daily Archives: August 29, 2011

“Ascog – Notes on its past and some of the people who have played a part in its story”, by George Bell Barker

[Robert Bontine Cunningham Graham, from “Up Stage”, an essay on Reginald Montague’s Ascog grave:] ‘”Failure”, he wrote, “alone can interest the speculative mind”, adding “For those who fail, for those who have sunk beneath the muddy waves of life, we … Continue reading

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