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A Glossary of Yorkshire Words and Phrases: Collected in Whitby and the ...
Francis Kildale Robinson
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Abbey Anglo-Saxon ANTIQUITIES bairn Benjamin Thorpe blash blow body bonny brave British Museum called cattle child Christmas church CLAUT cloth cold collop CRUKE Customs Dialect door dress Edition England English engravings feast feet fellow FETTLE fire Gang gans Glossary ground hand handsome head History hollow horse illustrated J. O. Halliwell J. Y. Akerman JOHN RUSSELL SMITH John Yonge Akerman kind LIBLAB linen maks Mark Antony mickle milk moor MOORN neighbourhood Northamptonshire nought nowther old-fashioned original price ower peas person piece plates PLODGE Post 8vo printed pron putten rain road scallion scold SCRAT sense sewed Shakespeare soft SOHO SQUARE sorely sort stick stone STOOR Streonshalh talk thee thick town volume walk weather term weel WHANG Whitby Whitby Abbey Whitby Strand wind wood woodcuts wooden word Yorkshire young
Page 217 - 8vo, Second Edition, cloth, Zs. PHILOLOGICAL PROOFS of the Original Unity and Recent Origin of the Human Race, derived from a Comparison of the Languages of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. By AJ Johnes. 8vo, cloth, 6s. (original price 12s. 6d.) Printed at the suggestion of Dr.
Page 220 - Svo. Parts 1 to 24. Published Monthly. Is. each. NOTES ON THE CHURCHES in the Counties of KENT, SUSSEX, and SURREY, mentioned in Domesday Book, and those of more recent Date; with some Account of the Sepulchral Memorials and other Antiquities. By the Rev. Arthur Hussey. Thick Svo, fine plates. Cloth, 18s.
Page 218 - cloth, 9s. All the poetical quotations in " Mr. and Mrs. Sandboy's Visit to the Great Exhibition," are to be found in this volume. Wiltshire.—A. Glossary of Provincial Words and Phrases in use in Wiltshire, showing their Derivation in numerous instances, from the Language of the Anglo-Saxons. By John Yonge Akerman, Esq., FSA 12mo, cloth, 3s.
Page 214 - speare Emendations. 8vo, Is. THE PILGRIM FATHERS.—Collections concerning the Church or Congregation of Protestant Separatists formed at Scrooby, in North Nottinghamshire, in the time of James I, the Founders of New Plymouth, the Parent Colony of New England. By the Rev. Joseph Hunter,
Page iii - Gd. Dorset.—Poems of. Rural Life, in the Dorset Dialect, with a Dissertation and Glossary. By the Rev. William Baenes, BD Second Edition, enlarged and corrected, royal 12mo, cloth. 10s. Durham—A. Glossary of Words used in Teesdale, in the County of Durham. Post 8vo, with a Map of the
Page 223 - sewed, Is. 6d. BARONIA ANGLIA CONCENTRATE ; or, a Concentration of all the Baronies called Baronies in Fee, deriving their Origin from Writ of Summons, and not from any specific Limited Creation ; showing the Descent and Line of Heirship, as well as those Families mentioned by Sir William
Page 220 - cloth, 4s. (original price bs. 6d.) A very interesting historical volume, and written in a pleasing and popular manner. HISTORY OF THE COINS OF CUNOBELINE, and of the ANCIENT BRITONS. By the Rev. Beale Poste. 8vo, with numerous plates and woodcuts, cloth (only 40 printed), £1. 8s.
Page 133 - of one penny price; and you, Ralph de Percy, shall take twenty-one of each sort to be cut in the same manner; and you, Allatson, shall take nine of each sort, to be cut as aforesaid, which you shall bear on your backs to the town of Whitby, where you must be before nine
Page 218 - Lancashire.-Dialect of South Lancashire, or Tim Bobbin's Tummus and Meary; revised and corrected, with his Rhymes, and an enlarged Glossary of "Words aud Phrases, chiefly used by the Rural Population of the Manufacturing Districts of South Lancashire. By Samuel Bamford. 12mo, Second Edition. Cloth, 3s. 6d. Leicestershire Words, Phrases, and Proverbs. By
Page 223 - as of those whom that celebrated Author has omitted to notice: interspersed with Interesting Notices and Explanatory Remarks. Whereto is added the Proofs of Parliamentary Sitting from the Reign of Edward I to Queen Anne; also, a Glossary of Dormant English, Scotch, and Irish Peerage