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High Sheriff Of Berkshire - List of High Sheriffs of Berkshire - 1248-1566 (jointly With Oxfordshire)
1248 Guy FitzRobert 1250 Nicholas de Hendred 1254 John de Turberville 1254 Nicholas de Hendred 1259 Walter de la River 1261 Philip Basset 1262 Fulk de Rycote 1264 John de St Valery 1265 ... He was the son of Thomas Brydges, de jure 5th Baron Chaundos ...
Ariel Poems (Faber)
... drawings by Barnett Freedman Alone by Walter de la Mare, wood engravings by Blair Hughes-Stanton Gloria in Profundis by G ... by Sir William Nicholson Self to Self by Walter de la Mare, wood engravings by Blaire Hughes-Stanton Troy by Humbert Wolfe, drawings by C ... by Gilbert Spencer Dark Weeping by "AE", designs by Paul Nash A Snowdrop by Walter de la Mare, drawings by Claudia Guercio Ubi Ecclesia by G ...
Aldermaston Court - History of The Estate - The De La Mare Family (1361 – 1490)
... De la Mare was from Somerset, and became the High Sheriff of Berkshire in 1370 ... Robert de la Mare, Thomas's grandson, married into the Brocas family of Beaurepaire, near Bramley, and was made a Knight of the Shire by Henry V ... Robert's son was the last of the de la Mare lineage, and a Knight of the Holy Sepulchre ...
Herefordshire (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament - 1290–1604
1290 Sir Roger le Rous 1315 Sir Hugh de Croft 1318 Sir Roger Chandos 1330 John le Rous 1336–1337 John le Rous 1340 John le Rous 1340 Sir Roger Chandos 1343 John le Rous 1343 Sir Roger Chandos ...
Dorothy P. Lathrop
... by Hans Christian Andersen, The Little Mermaid (1939, and Walter de la Mare's books for children, including his Down-adown Derry, Fairy Poems, published in 1922 ... illustrations appeared in Walter De la Mare's book for children, The Three Mulla-Mulgars ... Lathrop developed a friendship with author Walter de la Mare, and thereafter, illustrated 5 of his books published for children, including illustrations for de la Mare's Down-Adown-Derry (1922 ...

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    “Bunches of grapes,” says Timothy;
    “Pomegranates pink,” says Elaine;
    “A junket of cream and a cranberry tart.”
    —Walter De La Mare (1873–1956)