Dolph Heyliger: A Story from Bracebridge Hall (Classic Reprint)
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Excerpt from Dolph Heyliger: A Story From Bracebridge Hall
Dolph heyliger is one of the stories contained in the volume entitled Bracebridge Hall or The Humorists, a medley by Geoffrey Crayon, Gentleman, which Washington Irving published in 1822. It consists of a series 'of brief papers descriptive of English country life and character as he himself saw, knew, and loved it, intermingled with stories that are supposed to be told by the visitors at the Hall, which is a typical old English homestead, or by members of the family living there; the whole volume reminding us very much of the Roger de Coverley Papers in the Spectator, which were written one hundred and ten years before.
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