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A Day at Blackpoo' ; or Tommy the Bobbin Carrier and his
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Riding the Black Lad. 8vo, Manchester, 1870.
borders. i2mo, Blackley, 1844.
A MS. Glossary of some words and phrases in use amongst
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The Dialect of South Lancashire, or Tim Bobbin's Tummus
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Homely Rhymes, Poems, and Reminiscences. Revised and
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Brathwaite, R.—The Two Lancashire Lovers ; or the Excellent
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Marlocks of Meriton. 8vo, Manchester .
Red Windows Hall: a Lancashire story, ib. .
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Insuring his Life. A farce in one act. pp. 31. i2mo, Manchester,
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