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When all the world shall be aloft,
Then Hallam-shire shall be God's croft;
Winkabank and Temple-brough,
Will buy all England through and through.

Winkabank is a wood, upon a hill, near Sheffield, where there are some remains of an old camp. Temple-brough stands between the Rother and the Don, about a quarter of a mile from the place where these two rivers meet...
p235 of 'A Provincial Glossary' by Francis Grose (1811). Whatever it means.
Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
30th March 2007ce

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