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Rev. James Creichton
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…But what here most attracts a stranger's view
Near the old castle is that spreading yew,
Whose horizontal branches, closely laid,
To British senates might afford a shade,
Yes, calmly here a senate might debate
And cooly settle the affair of state.
Or here the druids who in days of yore
Taught under trees their worship and their lore,
Might from the wintry blast - here found a screen,
And formed a temple all of evergreen.

Rev. James Creichton. Late 18th Century

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