A Tour of Talbot County friends and admirers in Talbot. Bob Random” Baltimore Sun June 25, 1845 TALBOT COUNTY The Country-The Crops-Trial for Murder, and Verdict-OxfordThe Osiris.
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“My last was from Easton; I now write from the country. Who does not love the country, its quietude and repose, its forest and glen, its field and brake, the passive happiness of its gentle herds, and the melody of its ten thousand gay-plumed choristers? No country can surpass Talbot in the richness of its scenery; there is nothing to inspire ideas of the sublime and awful: no rugged mountains, f rightf ul precipices or impetuous torrents; but there is something in the far stretching plain, now verdant with luxuriant vegetation, and now bending under the golden harvest, far more pleasing to the lovers of the placid picturesque than can be found in more mountainous districts. “The people of this county are the best farmers in the State; not but that there are many equally as good elsewhere, but here you find none bad: the spirit of improvement is apparently everywhere, and not, as in other places, confined to a few of the more wealthy landholders. The crop of wheat has not been so
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Tidewater Times June 2018