The Rover Vol. 01 No. 13

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"The Rover: A weekly magazine of tales, poetry and engravings, original and selected" was a magazine started in 1843 by Seba Smith and Lawrence Labree. The editors aimed at a high quality standard in their selection of short stories and poetry. Every half-year, the 26 weekly issues were also published under a bound compilation. This issue features six short stories and two poems, "Th' unbusied shepherd" is a short quote from the drama "King Henry the Fifth" by Aaron Hill. - Summary by Sonia (2 hr 32 min)


The Green Mountain boy, a tale of Ticonderoga 40:01 Read by Jim Locke
The rattlesnake hunter, by J. G. Whittier 15:17 Read by Jim Locke
Beginning the world 30:15 Read by Ken Masters
A story of modern honor, by Lord Morpeth 20:40 Read by Jim Locke
Natural affection 10:02 Read by Jim Locke
''Th' unbusied shepherd'', by Hill 1:09 Read by Alan Mapstone
Marcus Bell, the convict, by Leitch Ritchie 28:48 Read by Kate Follis
Wyoming, by Fitz Green Halleck 6:15 Read by Alan Mapstone