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Church, Oxford, still
look out for the flat s
tone which covers the d
ust and bones of poor A
my, and could any sculp
tured effigies supply t
he place of the whole h
istorical picture, then
imagined in the mind's
eye? More than once at
tracted by the old ball
ad,[1] we have, when un
dergraduates, walked to
the "lonely towers of
Cumnor Hall," fancied t
hat we saw her struggle
, and heard her screams
, when she was thrown o
ver the staircase (the
traditional mode of her
assassination,) and wo
ndered how any man coul
d have the heart to mur
The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction
Volume 13, No. 376, June 20, 1829 by Various