Henry Fothergill Chorley

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Henry Fothergill Chorley (180816 February 1872) was an English literary, art and music critic.

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  • A song to the oak, the brave old oak,
    Who hath ruled in the greenwood long!
    • The brave old Oak (lyrics, 1837).
  • Now gold hath sway; we all obey
    And a ruthless king is he;
    But he never shall send our ancient friend
    To be tost on the stormy sea.
    • The brave old Oak (lyrics, 1837).
  • Then here’s to the oak, the brave old oak,
    Who stands in his pride alone!
    And still flourish he, a hale green tree,
    When a hundred years are gone!
    • The brave old Oak (lyrics, 1837).

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