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Rarely contain notes/highlighting. Please contact seller for specific condition queries. Seller Inventory # More information about this some small tears and chips to the edges, minor wear to the book, bumping to the cover corners, the pages are tanned with age, PO inscription in ink in the front. A Shropshire Lad. A. E. Housman. News, Notes, and Queries. Behind the pleasing façade of the book-lined reading room, with its gallery level stretching upwards to an impressive moulded ceiling, this is a library of hitherto somewhat hidden treasures. The College library team have, however, been working towards encouraging engagement with these notable and diverse.
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Etymology. Although the Weald Moors are now largely agricultural land, they were among the last parts of the area to come into cultivation. The word weald (which elsewhere means open uplands or waste) in this context means "wild" or uncultivated: the "wild moors". A moor, in Shropshire usage, was a spelling "Wildmore" or "Wyldemore" appears in documents from Ceremonial county: Shropshire.
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One of the most admired poets of his day, A.E. Housman wrote poems that conjure a potent and idyllic rural world imbued with a poignant sense of loss. Immediately download the Notes and Queries summary, chapter-by-chapter analysis, book notes, essays, quotes, character descriptions, lesson plans, and more - everything you need for studying or teaching Notes and Queries.
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He made special studies of the earthworks, castles, and moated houses of Shropshire. Many of his results were published in the 'Transactions of the Shropshire Archæological Society,’ in 'Salopian Shreds and Patches,' in 'Bye-Gones,' and in 'Shropshire Notes and Queries,' which he edited, and to a great extent wrote, towards the close of his.
Notes and Queries was first published in as a weekly periodical edited by W.J. was founded as an academic correspondence magazine, in which scholars and interested amateurs could exchange knowledge on literature and history.
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NOTES AND QUERIES A MEDIUM OF INTER-COMMUNICATION FOR LITERARY MEN, ARTISTS, ANTIQUARIES, GENEALOGISTS, ETC. * * * * *. Shropshire folk-lore from the collections of G.F.
Jackson Shropshire houses past & present illustrated from drawings Shropshire it's early history and antiquities. By Anderson, John Corbet Shropshire Notes and Queries Shropshire, the geography of the county By Watts, W.
Notes and Queries 3 Notes and Queries was for many years, in the and 's published three times a year but this was before email and other forms of communication. It kept Independent School members of the GA involved in what was happening. In the 's it became an annual publication produced at the time of the GA Conference.
Based on an article in Vol 9 of Notes and queries which reads: Sir Hamo de Weston, Knt., temp. Henry II., was the great-grandson of Reginald de Bailleul of Bailleul-en-Gouffern, near Argentan in Normandy, and Lord of Weston, Berton, Brotön, and Newton, in Staffordshire, and divers manors in other - counties held of the king in capite, and Parents: Mabel de Alencon, Guy de Balliol, Guy I de Balliol.Essays Ma 0 Writing the Real by Catherine Bush Representing the climate crisis in fiction.
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HE state of this County in the Norman period is thus described by Camden. “Shropshire is replenished with castles standing thicke on every side, by reason it was a frontier Country in regard of repelling the Welshmen in the marches bordering thereupon; where our ancestors by an ancient word, named the confines of .