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Autumn Leaves, Original Pieces in Prose and Verse by Various, Anne Wales Abbott ed.

LibriVox logoThe pieces gathered into this volume were, with two exceptions, written for the entertainment of a private circle, without any view to publication. The editor would express her thanks to the writers, who, at her solicitation, have allowed them to be printed. They are published with the hope of aiding a work of charity,—the establishment of an Agency for the benefit of the poor in Cambridge,—to which the proceeds of the sale will be devoted. Summary by Anne W. Abbot, ed (1808-1908)

My contributions to this collaborative effort :-
“06 – The Sounds of Morning in Cambridge”
“07 – The Sounds of Evening in Cambridge”
“23 – Fashion”
“29 – The Home-Beacon”
“30 – The Fourth of July”


“06 – The Sounds of Morning in Cambridge”
http://www.archive.org/download/autumnleaves_1010_librivox/autumnleaves_06_abbot_64kb.mp3″Running time=7m 41s (mp3@64kb)
Download: mp3 128kb : mp3 64kb : ogg vorbis.

“07 – The Sounds of Evening in Cambridge”
http://www.archive.org/download/autumnleaves_1010_librivox/autumnleaves_07_abbot_64kb.mp3″Running time=10m 7s (mp3@64kb)
Download: mp3 128kb : mp3 64kb : ogg vorbis.

“23 – Fashion”
http://www.archive.org/download/autumnleaves_1010_librivox/autumnleaves_23_abbot_64kb.mp3″Running time=5m 29s (mp3@64kb)
Download: mp3 128kb : mp3 64kb : ogg vorbis.

“29 – The Home-Beacon”
http://www.archive.org/download/autumnleaves_1010_librivox/autumnleaves_29_abbot_64kb.mp3″Running time=9m 17s (mp3@64kb)
Download: mp3 128kb : mp3 64kb : ogg vorbis.

“30 – The Fourth of July”
http://www.archive.org/download/autumnleaves_1010_librivox/autumnleaves_30_abbot_64kb.mp3″Running time=6m 57s (mp3@64kb)
Download: mp3 128kb : mp3 64kb : ogg vorbis.

The book can also be found at this location.

Catalogue pages: LibriVox, Internet Archive.
Zip of the entire book (125.8MB@64kb). Total running time is 4h, 22m.


Chapter List of “Autumn Leaves, Original Pieces in Prose and Verse”

Section – Title Reader
00 – Introduction aradlaw
01 – Christmas Revived greatbasinrain
02 – In the Churchyard at Cambridge. A Legend of Lady Lee dii
03 – The Little South-Wind neerajanagarajan
04 – Lines Written at the Close of Dr. Holmes’s Lectures on English Poetry TriciaG
05 – Aunt Molly. A Reminiscence of Old Cambridge RuthieG
06 – The Sounds of Morning in Cambridge ravenotation
07 – The Sounds of Evening in Cambridge ravenotation
08 – To the Near-Sighted lynne99
09 – Flowers from a Student’s Walks Cate MacDonald
10 – Miseries. No. 1 lynne99
11 – Miseries. No. 2. A Dark Night aradlaw
12 – Miseries. No. 3. Twine aradlaw
13 – Miseries. No. 4. Fresh Air lynne99
14 – Farewell aravis
15 – Innocent Surprises aravis
16 – The Old Sailor TriciaG
17 – Laughter neerajanagarajan
18 – To Stephen Kim Stich
19 – The Old Church Kim Stich
20 – “Something than beauty dearer” Kim Stich
21 – A Tale found in the Repositories of the Abbots of the Middle Ages TriciaG
22 – The Sea aravis
23 – Fashion ravenotation
24 – A Growl neerajanagarajan
25 – To Jenny Lind Cate MacDonald
26 – My Herbarium TriciaG
27 – The Ostrich TriciaG
28 – Cows Bob Sherman
29 – The Home-Beacon ravenotation
30 – The Fourth of July ravenotation
31 – From the Papers of Reginald Ratcliffe, Esq. Part 1 ArrowofAether
32 – From the Papers of Reginald Ratcliffe, Esq. Part 2 ArrowofAether
33 – From the Papers of Reginald Ratcliffe, Esq. Part 3 ArrowofAether

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