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Historic leaves, volume 5, April, 1906 - January, 1907, Elizur Wright's work for the Middlesex Fells. (search)
does not speak truly when he says that Mr. Wright, in behalf of his Fells, naturally enough began to agitate and seek the assistance of thoseif they wished, by their own effort and generosity, to secure their Fells for themselves, and which, should they fail in so doing, would by imething almost human and wholly divine, and in no other part of his Fells had God blessed a spot with trees older and grander than in the Ravhis if they did not at least prove the saviours of their own little Fells brotherhood. By 1882 he had obtained in his Forestry Law all the la series of yearly Forest Festivals, held in different parts of his Fells, that the able speaking which it was his care to procure might be s broadly beneficial Metropolitan idea, including as it did both his Fells and Blue Hills, would have made him supremely happy, and its carryiomain Club of 1884; and as Mr. Wright did not let the stones of his Fells cry out in vain, it is fitting, but it is not necessary. To him th