Henry Howarth Bashford

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Sir Henry Howarth Bashford (1880August 15, 1961) was an English writer and poet, as well as a distinguished physician and the personal doctor to King George VI of England.

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  • As I came down the Highgate Hill,
    The Highgate Hill, the Highgate Hill,
    As I came down the Highgate Hill
    I met the sun's bravado,
    And saw below me, fold on fold,
    Grey to pearl and pearl to gold,
    This London like a land of old,
    The land of Eldorado.

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