3 edition of The recollections of a Northumbrian lady 1815-1866 found in the catalog.
The recollections of a Northumbrian lady 1815-1866
Originally published: London: Cape, 1949.
|Statement||edited by L. E. O. Charlton.|
|Series||Spredden northern classics|
|Contributions||Charlton, L. E. O., b. 1879.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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Recollections of a Northumbrian lady, London, J. Cape  (OCoLC) Named Person: Barbara (Tasburgh) Charlton: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Tasburgh Charlton. Recollections of a Northumbrian Lady by Barbara Charlton, edited by L.
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Northumbrian Saints: Or Chapters From The Early History Of The English Church ()Author: Edgar Charles S. Gibson. @Dale - I haven't explored the house memoir genre; the nearest is Recollections of a Northumbrian Lady by Barbara Charlton.
I read this because of the surname link - she married the head of the Charlton 'clan' who inhabited the 'family seat' in Hesleyside, Northumberland. Plumb, ‘The Public, Literature and the Arts in the 18th Century’; Terry Belanger, ‘Publishers and Writers in Eighteenth-century England’, in Isobel Rivers (ed.), Books and Their Readers in Eighteenth-century England (Leicester, ), esp.
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The present-day county is a vestige of an independent kingdom that once stretched from Edinburgh to the Humber, hence its name, meaning. Lamekins Books: Maintained by: RECOLLECTIONS OF A NORTHUMBRIAN LADY - MEMOIRS OF BARBARA CHARLTON.
0 Bids: $ Time left: 3d 12h 23m: Ca - THE LIFE OF LUTHER - RARE. - LADY ADDLE AT HOME by MARY DUNN - 1st EDITION illustrated. 0 Bids: $ Time left. Upon Aethelfrith's death, Edwin, son of Aelle and prince of Deira seized the Northumbrian kingdom.
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The Recollections of a Northumbrian Lady, –, being the Memoirs of Barbara Charlton (neé Tasburgh), wife of William Henry Charlton of Hesleyside, Northumberland, (London: Jonathan Cape, ), pp.
82 –. Charlton, Barbara, The Recollections of a Northumbrian Lady, –, London,p. The senior class consisted of pupils who had already made their first communion; the junior, of those who had not yet done so.The Recollections of a Northumbrian Lady - Being the Memoirs of Barbara Charlton (nee.The book is the first major study of Irish religious history to be written from an interdenominational, and in some respects, a clearly non-denominational standpoint.
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