5-Victorian Period (1820-1880)
An Organ Recital by Sir Walter Alcock from Salisbury Cathedral
A survey of the contribution made by British composers to the repertoire of organ music from the sixteenth century to the present day
' More Village Gossip from
Emily Dumpling '
H. Josephine Hamilton
H. Josephine Hamilton. the author of this story, which she is to tell herself, is sometimes known as ' Emily Dumpling '. She is a Devonian, but is now an inhabitant of Bristol. She has already been heard several times in dialect stories from the West Country.
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