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Tue, 27 Jul 2010
Here you go the Extra bits about Almey St. John Adcock I promised you.


Yesterday I wrote out a beautiful poem by Almey St John Adcock, written before 1913 as this is the year my book was published. I always check to see if there is any information about the author and cricky did I get a wonderful surprise. His name Almey St. John Adcock; the poem I put in Croeso - Wales, at http://diddilydeedot.zoomshare.com/36.html

But Almey  St. John Adcock was so much more than this writer who wrote such beautiful words about the sunrise.

First there is his connection with music:-
These are his
Almey St. John
The Dorothy Perkins rose [music] :
song / words by Almey St. John Adcock ;
music by Molly Carew
A full size copy of these wonderful bits of info can be found at ;

Then we have Almey St. John Adcock the Author of Travel Books
                                        Adcock, A. St. John (Arthur St. John), 1864-1930

Some of the Sights That Liven London Streets,'Wonderful London'by Almey St.John Adcock,

Charwoman and the Flower-girl
Credit: The Charwoman and The Flower-Girl, illustrations
from 'Wonderful London' by Almey St.John Adcock, 1935
(b/w photo), English Photographer, (20th century) /
Private Collection  / The Bridgeman Art Library

Wonderful London: The world's greatest city described by its best writers and pictured by its finest photographers ; Almey St. John Adcock

These are only small prints , hard to seeThese are only very small pictures as you can see, but they do come from Allposters.co.uk their address is below

AllPosters.co.uk Some of the Sights That Liven London Streets,'Wonderful London'
by Almey St.John Adcock, 1935 - Photographic Print ...

Galloping Dick' by Almey St John Adcock

I also found this advert asking if anyone knew where they could get the full poem, Dick the Highwayman by Almey St. John Adcock I did find the following few answers at a forum but not the poem. Maybe someone out there knows of it and can help.

1.  Dick the Highwayman - A hundred and twenty years ago across the heath clad heights | posted 06-Apr-10'

A hundred and twenty years ago across the heath clad heights
galloping Dick the Highwayman came riding through the night
while back where the roadway straggles twix Oxford and Wicham Vale his lordship cursed

That will have to do for now, it is time I was over in Dr. Diddily and the Dee Dot's, visiting Italy. Bye for now Dodie. xx
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