Holmfirth Flood: Two Poems (1853) by Charles Robinson

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Holmfirth Flood: Two Poems (or "Poetry on the Holmfirth Flood, Occasioned by the Bursting of the Bilberry Reservoir, which occurred on the Morning of Thursday, February 5th, 1852") was written by Charles Robinson of Brockholes.[1] It contains two pieces:

  1. "A Poem, on Those That Were Drowned"
  2. "A Poem, on the Hair-Breadth Escapes"

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Notes and References

  1. This is probably farmer Charles Robinson (c.1791-1869) who was residing at Brockholes Cottages in 1861.