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Dr. Edward Clapton, of St. Thomas' Hospital, who has made a collection of woods named in the Scriptures, has managed to secure a specimen of thyine, which a friend of his obtained on the Atlas Mountains.
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It was at this time that he wrote some verses called "Autumn," with a refrain of- "For all my hopes are cold and dead, And fallen like the fallen leaves," which were published in the _Clapton Methodist_, and afterwards set to music by a young lady who wished to bind up another wounded heart.
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Mr. Clapton Rolfe[490] says that the Levitical traditions in the earlier system of decoration in the Christian Church had a far stronger hold on the popular mind than we are willing now to admit; and that the five Levitical colours, gold, blue, purple, red, and white, were retained in the Christian ritual.
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I used to go about, sir, just as I did to the provinces, when I had the theatre-Camberwell, Islington, Kennington, Clapton, all about, and hear the young chaps.
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If the regular City man, who leaves Lloyd’s at five o’clock, and drives home to Hackney, Clapton, Stamford-hill, or elsewhere, can be said to have any daily recreation beyond his dinner, it is his garden.
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Examples of Clapton

Example #1
It resembles the woods which we know as tuyere and amboyna.[2] Roman, like Greek houses, were divided into two portions-the front for reception of guests and the duties of society, with the back for household purposes, and the occupation of the wife and family; for although the position of the Roman wife was superior to that of her Greek contemporary, which was little better than that of a slave, still it was very different to its later development.
Example #2
The possession of thyine wood was supposed to bring good luck, and its sacredness arose from the fact that from it was produced the incense used by the priests.
Example #3
He attempted to lie awake of nights with indifferent success, and hinted in conversation at the depressing influence which insomnia exerts over its victims.
Example #4
He assured himself and his mother that the light of his life was extinguished, that he was the most unhappy of mortals.
Example #5
Whenever we come across figures of Anglo-Saxon bishops, the liturgical vesture entirely agrees with the Biblical description.
Example #6
The conscientious colouring of the Anglo-Saxon MSS. is liturgical.