"I've loved every one of Susanna's books! She has bedrock research and a butterfly's delicate touch with characters—a sure recipe for historical fiction that sucks you in and won't let go!"—DIANA GABALDON, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Outlander From New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Susanna Kearsley—A magical novel that blends history, forbidden romance and the paranormal Secrets aren't such easy things to keep: It's late summer in 1759, war is raging, and families are torn apart by divided loyalties and deadly secrets. In this complex and dangerous time, a young French-Canadian lieutenant is captured and billeted with a Long Island family, an unwilling and unwelcome guest. As he begins to pitch in with the never-ending household tasks and farm chores, Jean-Philippe de Sabran finds himself drawn to Lydia, the daughter of the house. Slowly, Lydia Wilde discovers that Jean-Philippe is a true soldier and gentleman, until their lives become inextricably intertwined. Legend has it that the forbidden love between Jean-Philippe and Lydia ended tragically, but centuries later, the clues they left behind reveal the true story. Susanna Kearsley's books combine the magic of Deborah Harkness's All Souls Trilogy, the remarkable women of Lucinda Riley's Seven Sisters Series, and the intrigue of books by Simone St. James. Part history, part romance, and all kinds of magic, Susanna Kearsley's latest masterpiece will draw you in and never let you go, even long after you've turned the last page. Also by Susanna Kearsley: The Winter Sea The Rose Garden Mariana The Shadowy Horses The Firebird The Splendour Falls Season of Storms A Desperate Fortune Named of the Dragon
As usual, Miss Georgiana Bellewether's reaction was far from ordinary. Marquess of surprise at face. Over Perhaps his offer to act as a sort of keeper for the errant young woman was none too flattering, but her obvious dismay was not ...
Author: Deborah Simmons
Publisher: Deborah Simmons
She’s investigating a theft, but he may steal her heart. When a famous emerald necklace disappears, Georgiana Bellewether is determined to solve the mystery. But her beauty and gender prevent anyone from taking her seriously—until the Marquess of Ashdowne offers to help. If only the man wasn’t so much of a distraction… Ashdowne has his own reasons for assisting the delectable Miss Bellewether. But when he finds himself falling in with her wild schemes, he begins to wonder if he’s falling for the woman herself… “Not only is it witty, romantic and funny, it is beautifully written... I laughed from the first page, not only at the charming repartee between the hero and heroine, but at the many clever twists and turns the story takes.” – All About Romance A RITA Finalist for Best Historical Romance Deborah Simmons is a two-time RITA Finalist and USA Today bestselling author of historical romances originally published by Avon, Harlequin, and Berkley, as well as a romantic comedy.
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corn , a bellewether fleece each , and the right to eighteen nights folding by the flock over Christmas . 59 Breeding the flocks was a simple process involving the introduction of a few rams to wander at random amongst the ewes ...
Author: Mark Bailey
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A theory of the margin has long featured in the work of medieval historians. Marginal regions are taken to be those of poor soil or geographical remoteness, where farmers experienced particular difficulties in grain production. It is argued that such regions were cultivated only when demographic pressure intensified in the thirteenth century, but that a combination of soil exhaustion and demographic decline resulted in severe economic contraction by the end of the fourteenth century. Marginal regions are seen not just as sensitive barometers of economic change but as important catalysts in that change. Despite the importance placed by historians on the general theory of the margin, this book represents the first detailed study of a 'marginal region'. It focuses upon East Anglian Breckland, whose blowing sands are among the most barren soils in lowland England. Drawing upon a wide range of sources, this study reconstructs Breckland's late medieval economy, and shows it to be more diversified and resilient than the stereotype depicted in marginal theory.
Author: Charles Wareing Endell BardsleyPublish On: 1884
William en le Bec , A. Bellewether , 472. John Bellewether , M. William atte Beck , M. Stephen de ( le ? ) Belwether , MM . Becker , 113 . BER BLA Bercher , 271. Thomas le Bercher , R. Bellhouse , 131. Thomas de la Belhous , Beckett ( 1 ) ...
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Author: Lynette Renda
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Total , 116. Thus there remain 206 wethers . Fleeces . Issues of all sheep , except those taken in tithe , 249. Given to the shepherds as contracted , 2 called ' bellewether fleeces'.69 Sold as above by the lord , 247. None remain .
Author: Rosemary Horrox
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Category: Business & Economics
This is the first study to offer a detailed explanation of the form, structure, and evolution of the manorial records upon which all historical studies of medieval England are based. Beginning with a discussion of the nature and variety of the manor, as well as its origins and developments, the book then proceeds to dissect each category of manorial documents—surveys, extents, rentals, inventories, accounts, and court rolls—which are considered in turn, and exemplified.
Author: Charles Wareing Endell BardsleyPublish On: 1889
William en le Bec , A. Bellewether , 472. John Bellewether , M. William atte Beck , M. Stephen de ( le ? ) Belwether , MM . Bellhouse , 131. Thomas de la Belhous , A. Walter atte Belhous , M. Bellman , 183 , 296. John Belman , ZZ .
Author: Charles Wareing Endell BardsleyPublish On: 1873
Robert Belet , A. Belet le Pestour , H. 1 Bellewether , 418 , n . John Bellewether , M. Bellhouse , 104 . Thomas de la Belhous , A. Walter atte Belhous , M. Bellman , 152 , 256. John Belman , ZZ . Berward ( v . Bearward ) .