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Popular edition of tales and sketches of Lancashire life

Brierley, Benjamin

Popular edition of tales and sketches of Lancashire life

by Brierley, Benjamin

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Published by A. Heywood & Son in Manchester .
Written in English


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Statementby Ben Brierley. Vol.1, Daisy Nook sketches.
The Physical Object
Pagination287p. ;
Number of Pages287
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21708105M

Let’s move on to Beatrix Potter’s Art by Anne Stevenson Hobbs. Is this book largely just illustrations, or does it actually talk about her development as an artist and how she worked? There’s a good long introduction in this book which talks about the development of Potter’s art, with quite technical explanations of her drawing and painting technique, as well as discussion on her.   BRIERLEY, BENJAMIN (–), Lancashire dialect writer, son of James Brierley. handloom weaver, and his wife, Esther Whitehead, was born at Failsworth, near Manchester, on 26 June He learnt his letters at a village school, whence he was taken in his sixth year, when his parents, who were in very humble circumstances, removed to the.

His first dialect poem appeared in glossy magazine, Lancashire Life, and went on to be used in TV and stage sketches. One of his most popular works was Lancashire Tales of Mirth - a book of VoyForums Announcement: Programming and providing support for this service has been a labor of love since We are one of the few services online who values our users' privacy, and have never sold your information. We have even fought hard to defend your privacy in legal cases; however, we've done it with almost no financial support -- paying out of pocket to continue providing the service.

By a specialist in Lancashire dialect. This story is written in standard English, with all the dialogue in 5 of a series- Tales and Sketches of Lancashire Life. Entitled Irkdale or the Odd House in the general wear and one. Hearing the dialect novel or farce sketch performed aloud formed a significant part of people’s leisure time, while also drawing upon and heightening the warm sense of local feeling among audiences. Brierley’s Tales & sketches of Lancashire life (), ; Gems from the prose work of Ben Brierley (?),


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Page - Under the greenwood tree Who loves to lie with me, And tune his merry note Unto the sweet bird's throat-- Come hither, come hither, come hither. Here shall we see No enemy But winter and rough weather. Who doth ambition shun And loves to live i' the sun, Seeking the food he eats And pleased with what he gets-- Come hither, come hither, come hither.

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Tales And Sketches Of Lancashire Life by Ben Brierley. Tales And Sketches Of Lancashire Life. Year Published: pages. No dust jacket. Dark green cloth with gilt lettering. Book has a slight smoky odour overall.

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W Popular Edition of Tales and Sketches of Lancashire Life. (Tales and Sketches of Lancashire Life.) (; 3 images, 2 plates) W Popular English Readings, in prose and verse. Edited by R. Ford (; 3 images, 2 plates) W Popular Scotch readings in prose and verse. Edited by R. Ford, etc (; 3 images, 2 plates) – Brierley, Benjamin, Tales and Sketches of Lancashire Life: The Chronicles of Waverlow (Manchester: A.

Heywood and Son; London: Simpkin, Marshall and Co., ) (illustrated HTML in the UK) Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new listing. Additional books from the extended shelves. Life. He was born in the Rocks area of Failsworth, Lancashire, the son of James Brierley (born ), hand-loom weaver, and his wife, Esther Whitehead (died ).He started life in a textile factory, educating himself in his spare about the age of thirty he began to contribute articles to local papers, and the republication of some of his sketches of Lancashire character in A Summer.

A collection of tales of the county of Lancashire by Edwin Waugh. He first attracted attention by his sketches of Lancashire life and character in the Manchester Examiner. His first book Sketches of Lancashire Life and Localities was published in while he was working as a traveller for a Manchester printing firm.

This book is an interesting read but oddly structured, with some odd grammar quirks. The 'narrators' that are used didn't work for me (taking you on an odd disjointed journey) - the folk tales are intriguing but most are from what is now Great Manchester rather than Lancashire/5(7).

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Waugh (E.). — Sketches of Lancashire Life and Loci Manchester, 2nd edition. Benjamin Brierley (often known as Ben Brierley) ( – 18 January ) was an English weaver and writer in Lancashire was born in Failsworth, the son of James Brierley (b. ), hand-loom weaver, and his wife, Esther Whitehead (d.

).He started life in a textile factory, educating himself in his spare about the age of thirty he began to contribute articles to local. Ben Brierley's biography and life in Brierley ( – 18 January ), English weaver and writer in Lancashire dialect, was born in Failsworth, the son of humble parents, and started life in a text.

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Tales and Sketches of Lancashire Life: The Chronicles of Waverlow (Manchester: A. Heywood and Son; London: Simpkin, Marshall and Co., ), by Benjamin Brierley (illustrated HTML in the UK) That Lass o' Lowrie's: A Lancashire Story (London: Frederick Warne and Co., n.d.), by Frances Hodgson Burnett (HTML at Celebration of Women Writers).

WAUGH, EDWIN (–), Lancashire poet and miscellaneous writer, was born at Rochdale on 29 Jan. His father, a shoemaker at Rochdale, in decent circumstances, came of a Northumbrian stock, and had received some education at the local grammar school; his mother, a woman of piety and rustic intelligence, was daughter of William Howarth, a stonemason and engraver, who .I have just finished reading Edwin Waugh's Sketches of Lancashire life and localities, of which I have written more on the 'eboowks' page.

By the end of the book, I was skipping some of the more tedious pages in order concentrate on what Waugh does best - a good story told by a .