Tea Time

Evergreen - - Then & Now -

Is there no Latin word for Tea? Upon my soul, if I had known that I would have left the vul­gar stuff alone. HILAIRE BELLOC 1870- 1953 Tea, al­though an Ori­en­tal, Is a gen­tle­man at least; Co­coa is a cad and coward, Co­coa is a vul­gar beast. G. K. CHESTERTON 1874- 1936 Drink­ing a daily cup of tea will surely starve the apothe­cary. CHI­NESE PROVERB

DOROTHY BUR­ROWS

The Na­tiv­ity de­picted in stained glass at St. Mary’s Church, Last­ing­ham, York­shire. See the Dorset di­alect ver­sion of the Christ­mas story.

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