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Derbyshire miscellany

Derbyshire miscellany

the local history bulletin of the Derbyshire Achaeological Society

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Published by Derbyshire Archaeological Society in [s.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Dudley Fowkes. Vol.11, part 6, Autumn 1988.
ContributionsFowkes, Dudley., Derbyshire Archaeological Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17436759M

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Miscellany Picture Book Awards Explore American and International picture book awards. Banned Picture Books Explore why books are challenged; see examples of popular picture books that have been challenged or banned. Parodies Picture parodies aimed at adult audiences are gaining popularity. What is driving the trend? Heights of Abraham (1 book) Hucklow (1 book) Kedleston Hall (2 books) Matlock Bath (4 books) Matlock (1 book) New Mills (1 book) Peak District National Park (21 books) Peveril Castle (1 book) Repton (1 book) Whaley Bridge (1 book) Wirksworth (1 book).

Derbyshire Family History Society January 21 There is something about being able to look an ancestor in the eye through an old photograph — we make a connection to the people, search for traces of ourselves in their faces, and wonder why that photograph was taken on that particular day.5/5(1). A Seventeenth-century Scarsdale Miscellany (Derbyshire Record Society) by Beckett, J. V.; Etc. at - ISBN - ISBN - Derbyshire Record Society - Price Range: £15 - £


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Derbyshire Record Office, County Offices, Matlock. DE4 3AG TREASURER Mr. Larimore, 43, Reginald Road South, Chaddesden, Derby. DE2 6NG EDITOR'S NOTE I must take this opportunity of apologising to subscribers for the late appearance of the last three editions of Miscellany, which has been due to illness and pressure of work.

Miscellany Derbyshire Miscellany is a local history publication and is produced twice a year (Spring and Autumn) comprising articles relevant to Derbyshire. The publication is an A4 stapled booklet normally comprising around 24 pages with articles in each edition.

A guide book, a history book, a gazetteer, a sporting compendium, a natural history of the county, a dictionary of biography and a fund of factoids for the quiz fanatic, A Derbyshire Miscellany is all of these and much, much more. This book will appeal to 5/5(2). A book like no other, Schott's Original Miscellany is entertaining, informative, unpredictible, and utterly addictive.

Ben Schott is a photographer, designer, and trivia collector. He is twenty-eight (although he believes you might prefer to picture him as a white-haired librarian) and lives in Highgate, by: 1. Books shelved as miscellany: Schott's Original Miscellany by Ben Schott, Schott's Food and Drink Miscellany by Ben Schott, Mastermind: Over 2, Questi.

John Derbyshire is an interesting fellow. Most bloggers know him as a political commentator for National literary minded know him as the Derbyshire miscellany book of a critically acclaimed novel (Seeing Calvin Coolidge in a Dream).His most recent book – Prime Obsession: Bernhard Riemann and the Greatest Unsolved Problem in Mathematics – goes in a different direction: advanced math.

Derbyshire author Michael Smith has turned his prolific hand to a new book on the county’s pubs. Derbyshire Pubs: A Pint Sized History and Miscellany sets out to describe the development of the Author: Colston Crawford.

A Seventeenth–Century Scarsdale Miscellany. Edited by J. Beckett and J. Polak The second part of the book contains a new edition of the autobiography of Leonard Wheatcroft, a man of many parts – parish clerk, planter of trees, poet and schoolmaster – who wrote the story of his life in a manuscript that remained unpublished until.

Ina curious, old-fashioned, pocket-size book transformed the way we look at information. Since then, Schott's Original Miscellany and its two sequel volumes have been translated into more than fifteen languages and have sold some three million copies.

Now Ben Schott returns to the miscellany format with a brand-new cabinet of curiosities/5(12). A miscellany is a collection of various pieces of writing by different authors. Meaning a mixture, medley, or assortment, a miscellany can include pieces on many subjects and in a variety of different forms.

In contrast to anthologies, whose aim is to give a selective and canonical view of literature, miscellanies were produced for the entertainment of a contemporary audience and so instead.

Books set in Derbyshire, England: [Pride and Prejudice, The Other Queen, The Perilous Gard, Uncle Silas, Miss Wonderful, Behind the Shattered. Derbyshire Miscellany (Derbyshire Archaeological Society) Full access to articles from vol 1except last 3 years.

Mercian Geologist. The Local Collection has a complete print set of the Mercian Geologist (the journal of the East Midlands Geological Society) from volume 1, Author: Jonathan White.

Fairings – A Yorkshire Miscellany by Dorothy Una Ratcliffe (John Lane The Bodley Head, 1st edition ), illustrated by Fred Lawson. Poems, prose and plays. Number of copies. Hardback – publisher’s orange cloth with title in blue to spine and front board, in dustwrapper. viii,[4] publisher’s catalogue, including b/w illustrations plus 10 colour plates.

10 x 8 inches. Early Derbyshire Quakers By John Pegg Febru at I have an article from Derbyshire Miscellany Vol 8 Part1 () entitled "The Early Derbyshire Quakers. Radio Derb has been on the air as a podcast since mid It's a once-a-week or minute commentary, usually posted late on Friday evening, covering news events from the week.

The podcast is hosted by (click on the Radio Derb tab at the top there). Radio Derb (which is pronounced to rhyme with "verb," by the way) should definitely not be taken too seriously. Life. He was born in Parwich, Derbyshire, the son of Edward Cox, vicar of Luccombe, Somerset, and was educated at Repton School.

He studied at The Queen's College, Oxford, for two years frombut left without graduating, becoming a partner in the Wingerworth Coal Company, remained with the company tobut was ordained as an Anglican priest in   Schott's Original Miscellany was followed by another on food and drink, then sequels on sport, gaming and idling, followed by five annual almanacs.

In Author: Stuart Jeffries. Local studies at Ilkeston Library. Derbyshire Miscellany from ; There is a complete set for Derbyshire on microfiche and a few are also available in book form. Printed minutes of local authorities are held - Ilkeston Borough Council toErewash Borough Council to present, and Derbyshire County Council for 3 years.

Get this from a library. A Seventeenth-century Scarsdale miscellany. [Derbyshire Record Society.;] -- Scarsdale is a hundred with 30 parishes. Lawrence Oxley was a dyer and lead merchant. His accounts have to do with his trade in lead. Derbyshire Miscellany Vol 10 Part 4 (Autumn ): The Plaster Industry in Chellaston () Vol 11 Part 1 (Spring ): Some aspects on tithes in Chellaston () Vol 11 Part 2 (Autumn ): a Reassessment of the Chellaston Gypsum Plaster Industry ( and ).

Schott’s Food & Drink Miscellany is all of these and, perhaps, more. Schott’s Food & Drink Miscellany is a snapper-up of unconsidered trifles (in both senses of the word).

The book’s purpose is to sweep up the crumbs strewn carelessly across the conversational table-cloth. (Derbyshire Miscellany Supplement no.

11 ) Local Collection HAN and online from link. Bibliographies The Library has a number of bibliographies, now dated, but still useful for Author: Jonathan White.A Nottinghamshire Miscellany is essential reading for anyone with an interest in or a connection with the county, either as a resident, a tourist or a student of its history.

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