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New Book. Shipped from UK. Established seller since Seller Inventory IQ More information about this seller Contact this seller. Language: English. Brand new Book. Seller Inventory APC In the years that followed, Talbot Baines Reed was a regular visitor to Castlerock and he and Liz were to be regular contributors to the Church where they were married. Sir Charles Reed had always encouraged his sons to be self-reliant and independent. Although a remarkably modern attitude, this was to have tragic consequences in the early summer of Although only seventeen, the boys were both strong swimmers and had demonstrated their competence by completing a similar expedition the previous year on Lough Neagh.

The weather that summer of however was atrocious with gales and constant rain causing rivers and streams to overflow. Partway into the expedition, Kenneth wrote home to London with the news that thousands of acres were under water and paddling was hard, slow dispiriting work. That letter reached London on Monday 7th July and as it turned out, those were the last words Sir Charles Reed ever received from his youngest son.

On Thursday 10th July, a telegram was received in London from the police at Dowra to say that the boats and other sundries had been found on the lake shore and that the gentlemen were presumed drowned.


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The family, accompanied by Thomas Greer, their future son-in-law from Castlerock, spent the succeeding days combing the shores of Lough Allen in a fruitless search. It was there that Talbot Baines Reed was born in The family, however, were to enjoy living at that property for the next twenty years. In , they moved to a house in Upper Homerton which Charles named Earlsmead after the small estate in Surrey where his family had originated. Published once a quarter, young Talbot Baines Reed was the editor. This may well have been Bloomfield Villa on Phillip Lane.

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Marion kept a journal and the first part from 1st January to finds various members of the extended Baines and Greer families staying with the Reeds both at Earlsmead and Bloomfield Villa. Dunluce is a castle on the North Antrim coast, an area very familiar to him. Mount Pleasant Fields, just north of Philip Lane at that time were still open farmland and they perhaps reminded Marion Greer of her home at Springvale in Castlerock.

Talbot Reed became a father for the first time on 14th April when Liz gave birth to a little girl, Marion Constance Reed. There was a constant stream of visitors and Marion recorded that although Lady Reed had already made a few unofficial visits, a more formal visit took place on 28th April when grandparents Sir Charles and Lady Reed visited Liz, Talbot and Marion Constance. That summer of , the Reeds had a wonderful two months holidaying at Castlerock. Liz and little Marion Constance had arrived early in July while Talbot, heavily committed to the Caxton exhibition, stayed on in London, not arriving until the end of July.

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Sadly, after such a rewarding period, the next event in the lives of Talbot and Liz proved to be heart-breaking. Just three weeks after returning to their London home at Bloomfield Villa, little Marion Constance passed away. The child had died on that same day of causes not immediately apparent and she lies in Abney Park cemetery, Stoke Newington, alongside her father. Although most of his stories were about public schools, and it is perhaps worth mentioning that Talbot himself was never other than a day boy.

Serialised in the Boys Own Paper between and , the story gained him a world reputation. Although his brothers went up to Cambridge, as did his cousin Talbot Baines, Talbot chose not to go to university and he entered the family firm in Although with his droll, self-deprecating humour, he would later describe the business as drudgery, he was in fact captivated and soon became an enthusiastic scholar of the ancient typographical materials which the Fann Street Foundry had acquired over the years as it bought over other type founders.

Talbot liked to use personalities and experiences from his own life in his writing.

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    The page you are attempting to access contains content that is not intended for underage readers. Paperback, Pages. This item has not been rated yet. Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. Among his best-known work is The Fifth Form at St. Through his family's business, Reed became a prominent typefounder, and wrote a standard work on the subject: History of the Old English Letter Foundries.

    Talbot attended the City of London School before leaving at 17 to join the family business in Fann Street. His literary career began in , when the B.