6 edition of The Dialect And Folk-Lore Of Northamptonshire found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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The Dialect and Folk-lore of Northamptonshire. Thomas Sternberg. J.R. Smith, - English language - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Full text of "The dialect and folk-lore of Northamptonshire" See other formats.
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As this has a very cabalistic look, and is moreover frequently attended with sundry severe scratches, a 5/5(1). Description. Thomas Sternberg. The Dialect and Folk-Lore of Northamptonshire. SR Publishers Hardcover in DJ Very Good/Very Good Octavo pp Reprint from Vincent Thomas Steinberg's The Dialect and Folk-Lore of Northamptonshire appeared in March and was the first book to make use of W.
Thorns' coinage of folklore (dating from ) in its title. Mar 30, · The Dialect And Folk-Lore Of Northamptonshire by Thomas Sternberg,available at Book Depository with free delivery nuevhogarconsulting.com: Thomas Sternberg.
May 23, · This excellent book is about as comprehensive a collection of Northamptonshire folklore as there is ever likely to be, containing as it does well researched pages covering everything from dialect, legends, songs, tales of ghosts, witches and other superstitions, stories of gangs and criminals (both documented and folk-tales), murderers, poachers, food and drink, things that go bump in the /5(4).
Vincent Thomas Steinberg's The Dialect and Folk-Lore of Northamptonshire appeared in March and was the first book to make use of W.
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Historical legends of Northamptonshire - A. Story () The dialect and folk-lore of Northamptonshire - T 5/5(1). • Dialect and Folk-Lore of Northamptonshire, The: Thomas Sternberg, • Dialect Glossary of North Riding of Yorkshire, Richard Blakeborough, • Dialect Notes, A Publication of the American Dialect Society, • Dialect of Banffshire, with a Glossary of Words not in Jamieson's Scottish Dictionary, The: Rev.
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May 19, · Five years later (in ) the first book appeared with ‘Folklore’ in its title, ‘The dialect and Folk-Lore of Northamptonshire’, by Thomas Sternberg” I am pleased to say the I have obtained a copy of the book, which I believe is out of print.
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Abbott, G. Ghosts of the Tower of London. Apr 14, · Sternberg, who wrote many years ago on its dialect and folk-lore, says that two distinct and opposite modes of speech may be observed among the rurul population of the two extremities of the county.
This immigration from two directions would probably be up the river valleys from the Wash, and along the Roman roads from the south and west.
Historically, though, a boggart was a specific creature from British mythology. According to 's Dialect and Folk-lore of Northamptonshire, one boggart was described as, quote, "a squat hairy man, strong as a six-year-old horse, and with arms almost as long as tacklepoles.".
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Goodreads Book reviews & recommendations: IMDb Movies. The first (English Dialect Dictionary, Joseph Wright) gives a definition of wiffle-waffle "to whet a scythe", which I understand (perhaps incorrectly?) to involve a back-and-forth motion.
Wright finds the attestation on page of The Dialect And Folk-Lore Of Northamptonshire by Thomas Sternberg. London. Description: Folklore is a fully peer-reviewed international journal of folklore and folkloristics.
It is one of the earliest English-language journals in the field of folkloristics, first published as The Folk-Lore Record in It publishes ethnographical and analytical essays on vernacular culture worldwide, specializing in traditional language, narrative, music, song, dance, drama, food.
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Späth sent numerous elms to Ryston, but the date when he began Species: Ulmus minor. Thomas Sternberg, born in was, I originally thought, the likely author of ‘The Dialect and Folk-Lore of Northamptonshire’, published in I had no definite proof that the author was the same Thomas Sternberg, but the combination of the name, plus the unlikely coincidence of there being two Thomas Sternbergs of the right age and.
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Thomas Sternberg - The Dialect and Folk-lore of Northamptonshire January white, February fill-dike. between writing in dialect, and using dialect-derived words. G.L. Brook noted that ‗[w]hen Shakespeare uses dialect in his plays, he does not use that of his native Warwickshire but is content with the conventional stage Southern dialect‘ (Brook) and N.F.
Blake made similar observations on the absence of dialect in. A black dog is a motif of a spectral or demonic entity found primarily in the folklore of the British nuevhogarconsulting.com black dog is essentially a nocturnal apparition, in some cases a shapeshifter, and is often said to be associated with the Devil or described as a ghost or nuevhogarconsulting.com appearance was regarded as a portent of nuevhogarconsulting.com is generally supposed to be larger than a normal dog and often.
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Collected by Mrs Gutch and Mabel Peacock. London: published by the Folk-Lore Society by David Nutt, 8vo, xxiii pp; original gilt-lettered cloth. First edition. Detailed study of English folk-lore, with articles on witchcraft, festivals, tales & ballads, games, jungles, proverbs, &c.