25 copies printed only, detached from the general catalogue.
|Statement||[compiled] by Henry Tennyson Folkard.|
|Contributions||Folkard, Henry Tennyson.|
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Hollow in the Land by James Clarke review – hard lives in Lancashire From abandoned quarries to dingy pubs, tales of love and loss form a novel full of insight, empathy and wry laughter M John. 1. Overview. We provide library services from local and mobile libraries. Search our catalogue.. Anyone residing in the UK may join a Lancashire library, h owever our eBook downloads and access to subscription resources are limited to Lancashire residents. It's free to join and there are no age restrictions. Listen to the complete The Lancashire Settlers book series. As always, downloaded books are yours to keep. Your first book is Free with Trial! Lancashire Book of the Year. Lancashire Book of the Year is the longest running young people's regional book award in the country. The award remains one of the few book awards in which young people themselves are solely responsible for .
The book also covers the little-known second witch trial of , when up to nineteen witches were sentenced to death. Other essays look at how stories of Lancashire witchcraft have been shaped and retold, from Thomas Pott's original book of the trial, Shakespeare's Macbeth and Heywood and Brome's play The Late Lancashire Witches to Harrison. E-Book Resources. The Library provides access to several collections of full text ebooks covering a wide range of subject areas. eBooks are digital versions of print books - available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week from any location in the world. Lancashire is a county of England, in the northwest of the county did not exist in , for the Domesday Book, and was apparently first created in , making it one of the youngest of the traditional counties.. The historic county consisted of two separate parts. The main part runs along the northwestern coast of England. 75 Illustrations from The English Lakes an A & C Black Popular Colour Series book published in with a text by William T Palmer. Alfred Heaton Cooper () was a Lancashire man, whose parents were millworkers in Bolton. After spells in Yorkshire, Morocco and Norway, he eventually settled in the Lakes with his Norwegian wife Mathilde.