4 edition of Fabellae mostellariae; or, Devonshire and Wiltshire stories in verse found in the catalog.
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Turner (J. Maurice) WASHFIELD THE STORY OF A DEVONSHIRE VILLAGE. The Story of a Devonshire Village. Tiverton: If you can offer this item, or if you wish to be notified the next time a copy comes into stock please e-mail: [email protected]; Turton (W) The NATURAL HISTORY OF THE DISTRICT OF TEIGNMOUTH, DAWLISH AND TORQUAY. c - A collection of portraits of Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, curated from my boards.. See more ideas about Duchess, Georgiana duchess of devonshire, The duchess of devonshire pins.
Portrait of Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire is a portrait painting by the English painter Thomas Gainsborough of the political hostess Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of was painted between and Background. During her years in the public eye, Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire was painted several times by both Thomas Gainsborough and Joshua Reynolds. On the evening of 1 May at Sotheby's New York, friends and fellow bibliophiles gathered to discuss the pleasures of the personal library. "It's a lovely thing to sit in a room full of books," remarked the Duke of Devonshire. Co-hosting with the Duke was his son-in-law Nicky Dunne, managing director of beloved London bookshop Heywood Hill.
This book is in the form of letters that were written by Mrs Bray to Robert Southey. These give detailed descriptions of such diverse subjects as: The Damnonii and their Castle, Rock Basins, Mists of Dartmoor, The Warren, Brigadier Herring, Monasteries, Tomb of Orgar, Hermitage of St. John, Edward Smith, The Great Rebellion, The. Stories of success, as illustrated by the lives of humble men. - - Held by: Fabellae mostellariae: or Devonshire and Wiltshire stories in verse including specimens of the Devonshire Dialect. - Exeter: Henry S. Eland,
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London, Hamilton, (OCoLC) Fabellae mostellariae; or, Devonshire and Wiltshire stories in verse () Fables and fairy tales for little folk; or, Uncle Remus in Hausaland () Fairy tales from Brazil; how and why tales from Brazilian folk-lore () Fairy tales from far Japan () Fairy tales from the far North () Festivals and folklore of Gilgit ()/5().
Fabellae Mostellariae, London: Hamilton Publishers In other words, when out on the lash, don’t blame the piskies for what can only be the fault of the wallop you have consumed, especially as now-a-days ‘ er indoors no longer believes in the moorland tradition of being ‘Piskie Led’ – ‘Whisky Led’ maybe.
Page - Gubbins' cave — A people that no knowledge have Of law, of God, or men ; Whom Caesar never yet subdued ; Who've lawless liv'd ; of manners rude ; All savage in their den. By whom, if any pass that way, He dares not the least time to stay, For presently they howl ; Upon which signal they do muster Their naked forces in a cluster, Led forth by Roger Rowle.5/5(1).
Description. This hand-written volume, known as the Devonshire Manuscript, is an anthology of courtly love poems made by members of Henry VIII’s (–) court and Anne Boleyn’s (c.
–) inner circle. The poems were primarily written in the s, but there are contributions which date from the s, s and possibly the s. The Devonshire Manuscript/As power & wytt wyll me Assyst.
From Wikibooks, open books for an open world similarly commented that the structure follows a tradition of Middle English poems in which the first couplet or verse acts as the text for the poem.
are often found in early Tudor song-books. Wait For Me!, by the Duchess of Devonshire, is published by John Murray (rrp £20). To order a copy for £ with free UK p&p go to or call Topics. E very so often a story surfaces of such a horrible case of abuse that a nation is shocked by the tale.
We are memorized by a person's cruelty and continue to retell of the abuse in the form of books or movies. Such was the case of the orphan servant girl, Mary Clifford. The dukes of Devonshire have always bought high-class contemporary furniture, and the things he bought are just breathtaking.” One purchase on display in the show is a marriage coffer and stand made in the early Eighteenth Century by Andre-Charles Boulle () and veneered with ebony, brass and tortoiseshell, which could be described as.
In a scene every bit as eccentric as her, Deborah, Duchess of Devonshire, the last of the Mitford sisters, who died a was laid to rest at the heart of the Chatsworth estate in Derbyshire.
Lady Elizabeth Foster (baptised 13 May - 30 March ) was the intimate friend of Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, and the mistress of Georgiana's husband, William Cavendish, 5th Duke of became the Duchess of Devonshire after Georgiana's death.
Rivers Carew, Footprints in the Sand: the story of the Carews of Devon Stuart Drabble, Haytor Granite: A Celebration Michael Gee, The Devon Orchards Book Tony Grumley-Grennan and Michael Hardy, Gidleigh: a Dartmoor Village past and present, 2nd edition Peter Maunder, Tiverton Cloth: The Story of the Town’s Woollen Trade Taxes paid in and are recorded in volume 4 of the Victoria County History of Wiltshire.
The Wiltshire Record Society has published lists forand Land Tax records survive from approximately for most parishes in Wiltshire. Churchwardens’ Accounts. Fabellae mostellariae; or, Devonshire and Wiltshire stories in verse, including specimens of the Devonshire dialect - unknown author () Glossary of Northamptonshire words and phrases, with examples of their colloquial use, and illus.
from various authors to which are added, the customs of the county Vol. 1 - A. Baker (). Witnesses to The Devonshire Manuscript (British Library Add. MS ) Contents: A B C M N P S T U W: Arundel-Harington MS.
Arundel-Harington MS c. late 16th century. The Arundel-Harington Manuscript is a verse miscellany originally comprised of leaves, nowprepared by, or for, John Harington of Stepney and his son Sir John Harington.
The Story of a Wiltshire Family. Illusts, large folding family portrait, map endpapers, viii + pp, couple of short tears to dustwrapper, part of rear of dustwrapper re-newed with similar paper.
Ramsbury: Clodagh O'Grady, £ * Halfway House Farm is at Beanacre near Melksham. Page - He gives to the poor of St. Giles 20s., and to his wife a mourning gown, and his bedsted with the greene curtains while she lives.
To his niece, Mrs. Catherine Brookin, £20, and to her husband, Thomas Brookin, ±'5. He adds, " I would heartily acknowledge another niece, but her impious deserts deserve nothing for present but teares and prayers that she may prove second s: 1.
Either book is a very useful one for costumers looking for good contemporary images of medieval clothing. More specific footnoting and quotes would be even better. Overall, the book seems to be an updated version of the book (but without much of the compare-and-contrast different works) including recent scholarship on the s: 8.
Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire (née Spencer; / dʒ ɔːr ˈ dʒ eɪ n ə / jor-JAY-nə; 7 June – 30 March ), was an English socialite, political organizer, style icon, author, and noble birth from the Spencer family, married into the Cavendish family, she was the first wife of William Cavendish, 5th Duke of Devonshire, and the mother of the 6th Duke of.Original blue cloth, gilt lettering, a few small marks/scratches but sound copies in very good condition.
Internally, armorial bookplate of James Johnston MacAndrew on front pastedowns, mild foxing at prelims, else clean, sound with tight bindings. Small 4to,pp, xi,pp, viii. Book # a: ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall. Seller Inventory # Fabellæ mostellariæ: or Devonshire and Wiltshire stories in verse; including specimens of the Devonshire dialect by Anonymous ( ) Qua Mente Phaeder Fabellas Scripserit by Hilaire Vandaele ( ).