1906. A collection of verse from Todd who writes in the Preface: It
may be that others will take an interest in, and read with some
degree of pleasure, the reminiscences of one who all his life, and
even yet, at the age of fourscore and four years, has had deep and
strong poetic feelings and sympathies; one who has been intoxicated
with the beauties of nature, and who has written much both in
poetry and prose; who has reached his diamond jubilee as an
author-having published a volume of poems in 1846-and who has been
a journalist for the long period of sixty-two years. If the reader
receives but half the pleasure from the perusal of the following
pages that I have had in writing them-particularly the
autobiographic portion of the volume-then this circumstance will
add greatly to my own pleasure, and the volume will not have been
written and published in vain.
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