The Living Age

The Living Age

London , 1859 . than to make the journey at present from South LANCASHIRE
exhibits one of the Manchester to London . ... The few inhabitants who now within
sight of numerous cotton - mills , contrived to subsist in it , retired to the wild and ...

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The Quarterly Review

The Quarterly Review

Statistical Nlustrations of the the most important , though scarcely ranking Past
and Present State of Lancashire , above the condition of villages . ... By Robert
miles out of Manchester in any direction , Cole , F.S.A. than to make the journey
at present from 4. ... The few inhabitants who contrived The political and religious
bigots of the Conto subsist in it , retired to the wild and inac- tinent have in all
times ...

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ISBN: CHI:78259775

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The London Quarterly Review

The London Quarterly Review

Statistical Illustrations of the the most important , though scarcely ranking Past
and Present State of Lancashire , above the condition of villages . ... By Robert
miles out of Manchester in any direction , Cole , F . S . A . than to make the
journey at present from 4 . ... The few inhabitants who contrived The political and
religious bigots of the Conto subsist in it , retired to the wild and inac - tinent have
in all times ...

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Public Works in Lancashire for the Relief of Distress Among the Unemployed Factory Hands During the Cotton Famine 1863 66

Public Works in Lancashire for the Relief of Distress Among the Unemployed Factory Hands  During the Cotton Famine  1863 66

Mr Fuller , a medical gentleman , in his evidence , 1834 , states that eight - tenths
of all the cases of typhus fever he witnessed he could ... would appear as moors
overgrown with furze , or fens abandoned to wild ducks ; we should see
straggling huts built of wood and covered ... at night beneath the overhanging
battlements of the residences ; the inmates slept with arms by their sides ; and on
a journey it ...

Author: Robert Rawlinson

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ISBN: COLUMBIA:1000412678

Category: Cotton famine, 1861-1864

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Traditions Superstitions and Folklore chiefly Lancashire and the North of England Their Affinity to Others in Widely distributed Localities Their Eastern Origin and Mythical Significance

Traditions  Superstitions  and Folklore   chiefly Lancashire and the North of England   Their Affinity to Others in Widely distributed Localities  Their Eastern Origin and Mythical Significance

that had melted away in rain and seemed destroyed , they reproduced its whole
form and substance . ... Kelly says :“ We see how the cruder idea of the Ribhus
sweeping trees and rocks in wild dance before them by the force of their stormy
song grew under the ... Varuna and Mithra ( the friend ) , the god of daylight ,
used to sit together at morning on a golden throne , and journey at even in a
brazen car .

Author: Charles Hardwick

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ISBN: KBNL:KBNL03000318524

Category: England

Page: 306

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Traditions Superstitions and Folk lore chiefly Lancashire and the North of England Their Eastern Origin and Mythical Significance

Traditions  Superstitions and Folk lore   chiefly Lancashire and the North of England      Their Eastern Origin and Mythical Significance

that had melted away in rain and seemed destroyed , they reproduced its whole
form and substance . ... the Ribhus sweeping trees and rocks in wild dance
before them by the force of their stormy song grew under the beautifying touch of
the Hellenic imagination ... Varuna and Mithra ( the friend ) , the god of daylight ,
used to sit together at morning on a golden throne , and journey at even in a
brazen car .

Author: Charles Hardwick

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ISBN: ONB:+Z253275901

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Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire for the Year

Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire for the Year

Kelly further adds that in the " gloomy season of the “ winter solstice the Rhibus
sleep for twelve days in the house of the sun god ... We see how the cruder idea
of the Ribhus sweeping “ trees and rocks in wild dance before them , by the force
of “ their stormy ... Varuna and Mithra ( the friend ) , the god of daylight , used to sit
together at morning on a golden throne , “ and journey at even in a brazen car .

Author: Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire

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ISBN: MINN:31951001949242L

Category: Cheshire (England)

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List of members in each volume.
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Summer Rambles in Cheshire Derbyshire Lancashire and Yorkshire

Summer Rambles in Cheshire  Derbyshire  Lancashire  and Yorkshire

Being a Sequel to "Manchester Walks and Wild Flowers." Leo Hartley Grindon.
railway . The journey thither is best made upon foot , and the rails can be taken
for returning , either to Clitheroe , or forwards to Manchester . Going about half - a
 ...

Author: Leo Hartley Grindon

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044081175390

Category: Botany

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Lancashire and Cheshire Naturalist

Lancashire and Cheshire Naturalist

A journey of over 250 miles into the wild bush near the Liberian frontier was
made by Mr. W. A. Wheldon , and illustrated with slides a detailed account of
much that he saw was given . The journey entailed travelling by hammock
through forest ...

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Traditions of Lancashire

Traditions of Lancashire

It is the shout of the coming foe , Ride , ride for thy life , Sir John ; But still the
waters deeper grew , The wild sea - foam ... of the mode in which travellers
accomplish this interesting , though sometimes perilous journey , over the bare
sands of ...

Author: John Roby

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ISBN: PRNC:32101068186053

Category: Folklore

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Merry England

Merry England

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044092684398

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Lancashire

Lancashire

S and dukes who have sired kings , here , in wild and misty Lancashire was the
journey ' s end for those from all parts of Britain who were looking for work ; here
they came to transform an underpopulated into an overpopulated county : they ...

Author: Walter Greenwood

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ISBN: UCAL:B4390775

Category: Lancashire (England)

Page: 303

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The Cheshire and Lancashire Historical Collector

The Cheshire and Lancashire Historical Collector

In the preface to the fourth edition of his novel of " Rookwood , ” Mr. Harrison
Ainsworth makes the following statements concerning the ... the shadows of the
trees , have urged my horse on his journey from a vague apprehension of a visit
from the ghostly highwayman . ... are overhung with timber ; and were when we
last visited the place , in April , 1834 , a perfect nest of primroses 2 and wild
flowers .

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ISBN: NYPL:33433075898613

Category: Cheshire (England)

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Catalogue of the New York Free Circulating Library

Catalogue of the New York Free Circulating Library

916.7 110 * 630 M * Wild life under the equator . Pratt , E. ( F. ) How two girls tried
farm916.7 111 * ing . 630 P * Kingston , W. H. G. In the wilds of Af Waring , G. E. ,
jr . Book of the farnr . rica . 1 K143 630 W My first voyage to southern seas .

Author: New York. Free Circulating Library. Jackson Square Branch

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ISBN: MINN:31951002153564Z

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Littell s Living Age

Littell s Living Age

London , 1859 . than to make the journey at present from SOUTH LANCASHIRE
exhibits one of the Manchester to London . ... The few inhabitants who now within
sight of numerous cotton - mills , contrived to subsist in it , retired to the wild and ...

Author: Eliakim Littell

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ISBN: IND:32000000701591

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The London Quarterly Review

The London Quarterly Review

Statistical Illustrations of the the most important , though scarcely ranking Past
and Present State of Lancashire , above the condition of villages . ... By Robert
miles out of Manchester in any direction , Cole , F.S.A. than to make the journey
at present from 4. ... The few inhabitants who contrived | The political and
religious bigots of the Conto subsist in it , retired to the wild and inac- tinent have
in all times ...

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ISBN: UIUC:30112108239846

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War waves and wanderings a cruise in the Lancashire witch

War  waves  and wanderings  a cruise in the  Lancashire witch

At the entrance of the third harbour we came upon large flocks of wild - fowl ,
amongst which were a great number of the ... our journey , we reached the head
of the bay , and passed up about a mile and a half of rapid , rock - studded river
into ...

Author: Francis Francis (the younger.)

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ISBN: OXFORD:600022056

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London Quarterly and Holborn Review

London Quarterly and Holborn Review

Statistical Mustrations of the the most important , though scarcely ranking Past
and Present State of Lancashire , | above the condition of villages . ... By Robert
miles out of Manchester in any direction , Cole , F.S.A. than to make the journey
at present from 4. ... The few inhabitants who contrived | The political and
religious bigots of the Conto subsist in it , retired to the wild and inac- tinent have
in all times ...

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The Roof of Lancashire

The Roof of Lancashire

of moorland where the kestrel ranges overhead , and in the wooded valley the
wild strawberry and many another wild stranger ... From the top there are views
on the Lancashire side of woodland and dale , Pendle , Penyghent , and
Ingleborough and the high Craven fells . ... Cross the road at the site of Widdop
Cross ( marked on the ordnance map ) and strike out on the toughest part of the
journey , the ...

Author: Herbert C. Collins

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ISBN: NWU:35556009040825

Category: Lancashire (England)

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