254 items found

Devon dialect: a selection of words and anecdotes from around Devon ([2014])

Ellen Fernau

Rules and regillations of the new milk and dairies order, ([1929?])

Stewer, Jan (Pseudonym of Coles, Albert John)

Exmoor Courtship and an Exmoor scolding: Two 18th century Devon dialogues

In a Cornish looking glass: life in a fishing cove (2006)

J. Henry Harris

Readings and recitations in Wessex dialect ([1925?])

Read, John

Jim and Nell (1926)

R. B. M-

The earliest poem in the Devonshire dialect (1923)

Chope, R. Pearse

Ditties vrum Devon ([2000?])

Rugg, Derrick V.

The language of Willam Barnes, English poet and philologist, 1801- 1885 (2002)

Frances Austin

Flibberts and skiddicks (bits and pieces): stories and poems in the Devonshire dialect (2002)

An Exmoor scolding, between two sisters, Wilmot Moreman & Thomasin (1802)

An Exmoor scolding, in the propriety and decency of Exmoor language ... also, an Exmoor courtship. (1775)

Two 18th century Devon dialogues: Exmoor courtship and an Exmoor scolding : introduced, and with a version of the Exmoor courtship in dictionary English by Lois Lamplugh (1999)

Lamplugh, Lois

The talk at Uncle Tom Cobleigh's club

Uncle Tom Cobleigh (Pseudonym of Edward Robert Gotto)

Specimens of Cornish provincial dialect (1846)

Jan Stewer at home and abroad (2010)

Stewer, Jan (Pseudonym of Coles, Albert John)

The adventures of Rozzy Paul and Zacky Martin ; the St.Agnes bear hunt; Perran cherrybeam ... (1854)

John Tabois Tregellas

Translations from Persian poetry (1956)

William Barnes

A selection of his poems (1972)

William Barnes

Jim an' Nell: a dramatic poem in the dialect of North Devon (1965)

Rock, William Frederick

Through the Mesopotamian campaign with Pimpler and party ([1919])

Quin Quill

A humorous tale in the West Countrie and Cockney dialects entitled Jan Ridley's new wife ([1910])

The guest: a drama of Monmouth's rebellion in the dialect of Somerset (1932)

James Archibald Garton

Emmy and Fred ([1950])

John Britton

A plant of lemon verbena: a Somersetshire idyll (1895)

Alicia A. Leith

Jan Clattery at the Demshur dinner ([1893])

Reginald Wreford

A second series of poems including Mucksy Lane, a ghost story, in the Devonshire dialect (1888)

Nathan Hogg

Poetical letters tu es brither Jan, and a witch story .. in the Devonshire dialect, by Nathan Hogg. (1888)

Nathan Hogg

A new series of poems in the Devonshire dialect including the witch story of Mucksy Lane and the Kenton ghost - 4th ed.enlgd (1866)

Nathan Hogg

Zunday plays, or cousin Jann's first visit to church (1868)

Select poems of William Barnes ([1908])

William Barnes

Gentleman Upcotts daughter (1892)

Tom Cobbleigh (Pseudonym of Walter Raymond)

Die sprache des dialekt Dichters William Barnes (Dorsetshire) (1921)

Kurt Urlau

In a Devonshire carrier's van. 1st series ([1906?)

Stewer, Jan (Pseudonym of Coles, Albert John)

In a Devonshire carrier's van. 2nd series (c.1910)

Stewer, Jan (Pseudonym of Coles, Albert John)

Jan Stewer's Demshur buke (190-)

Stewer, Jan (Pseudonym of Coles, Albert John)

Zunday plays, or cousin Jann's first visit to church (1868)

The St. Agnes bear hunt, and the Perran cherrybeam (1848)

John Tabois Tregellas

Letters in the Devonshire dialect (1847)

Nathan Hogg

Poems of rural life in the Dorset dialect (1866)

William Barnes

Poems of rural life in the Dorset dialect (1863)

William Barnes

Poems of rural life in the Dorset dialect (1879)

William Barnes

Down in Devon: umourous tales ([1920?)

Uncle Tom Cobleigh (Pseudonym of Edward Robert Gotto)

Jim and Nell: a dramatic poem in the dialect of North Devon (1857)

Rock, William Frederick

William Barnes: he Dorset poet (1984)

William Barnes

Poems partly of rural life, in national English (1844)

William Barnes

Randigal rhymes and a glossary of Cornish words (1895)

Joseph Thomas

Tony Beard reads the stories of Jan Stewer (1996)

Stewer, Jan (Pseudonym of Coles, Albert John)