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The Geebung Polo Club
Andrew Barton Paterson
formed an institution called the Geebung Polo Club. They were long and wiry natives from the ruggeRate it:

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Grand Rapids Cricket Club
Julia A Moore
In Grand Rapids is a handsome club, Of men that cricket play, As fine a set of skillful men That can their skill display. They are the champions of...Rate it:

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The Heatherblend Club Banquet
William Topaz McGonagall
of a banquet prepared by the Heatherblend Club, Gentlemen who honoured me without any hubbub. TheRate it:

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Lines in Praise of the Lyric Club Banquet
William Topaz McGonagall
one and all, Especially the members of the Lyric Club, big and small, Also the landlord of the QueeRate it:

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The Loafers' Club
Andrew Barton Paterson
A club there is established here, whose name they say is Legion From Melbourne to the Billabong, they're known in every region. They do not like th...Rate it:

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The Science Club
Robert Fuller Murray
Hurrah for the Science Club! Join it, ye fourth year men; Join it, thou smooth-cheeked scrub, Whose years scarce number ten Join it, divines most ...Rate it:

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Toland’s Invitation To Dismal To Dine With The Calve’s Head Club
Jonathan Swift
clean, and pewter bright; From our mysterious club to keep out spies, And Tories (dress'd like waitRate it:

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Song for the students' glee club
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
Now, brothers, sing out our song, Whose train of light shall follow long! With love are its measures beating And victory's joyous greeting, While r...Rate it:

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The Battle of Shina, in Africa, Fought in 1800
William Topaz McGonagall
of the two, But King Ulva was his match with the club, Ulva knew. Then, with his club, he gave ShRate it:

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Temperance Reform Clubs
Julia A Moore
our cities and towns, Have gone to organizing clubs Of men that's fallen down; In estimation fallenRate it:

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Judgment Day
Ellis Parker Butler
hubbub, Came all the members of the Tuscarora Club. The angel Gabriel, peering out, Said, 'What, thRate it:

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Obadiah Bell
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
and friends and my garden and my fowls, and my club and my bowls and my pipe and my books and my doRate it:

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Toolangi
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
as he packed his baggage and departed for his club, For his club down in the city. Vulgar folk - iRate it:

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A Friendly Game Of Football
Edward George Dyson
our friendly game of football with the Dingo Club was done. Their umpire was a homely man, a stranRate it:

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Four Winds, The
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
of Mudjekeewis. Then he swung aloft his war-club, Shouted loud and long his war-cry, Smote thRate it:

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Goalkeeper Joe
Marriott Edgar
they turned out one short. He’d been member of club for three seasons And had grumbled again andRate it:

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Investigating Flora
Andrew Barton Paterson
woman can Feel the slightest interest In a club without a Man -- The Professor hardly counted HRate it:

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Reflections Of A Magistrand
Robert Fuller Murray
in the Battery-Sergeant's ear; Joined the Golf Club, and with others of an afternoon was seen VainRate it:

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The Borough. Letter X: Clubs And Social Meetings
George Crabbe
must yield and share delight. To you our Book-club has peculiar charm, For which you sicken in yourRate it:

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The Four Winds
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
of Mudjekeewis. Then he swung aloft his war-club, Shouted loud and long his war-cry, Smote thRate it:

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The Hostage
Friedrich Schiller
When from the forest's gloomy lair, With ragged club in ruthless hand, And breathing murder--rushedRate it:

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The Kosa
Thomas Pringle
hold The fields his fathers held of old; With club and spear, in jocund ranks, Still hunts the elk Rate it:

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The Missionary - Canto Fourth
William Lisle Bowles
dreadful countenance; And every warrior, as his club he reared, With larger shadow, indistinct, appRate it:

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The Song Of Hiawatha II: The Four Winds
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
of Mudjekeewis. Then he swung aloft his war-club, Shouted loud and long his war-cry, Smote the miRate it:

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Yesterday
Edgar Albert Guest
the links with many a man, And played him club for club; 'Tis scarce a year since I began Rate it:

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