The Seven Poor Travellers
The Seven Poor Travellers
Platanus Publishing
26.00

“It was in the ancient li little city of Rochester in Kent, of all the good days in the year upon a Christmas-eve, that I stood reading this inscription over the quaint old door in question. I had been wandering about the neighbouring Cathedral, and had seen the fftomb of Richard Watts, with the effigy of worthy Master Richard starting out of it like a ship's figure-head; and I had felt that I could do no less, as I gave the Verger his fee, than inquire the way Thto Watts's Charity. The way being very short and very plain, I had come prosperously to the inscription and the quaint old door.”

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