and Solemnity, pp. 31. 8vo, Manchester [n.d.].
[Briscoe, F. W.]—A Fernuth Cure for Slancin ; or, an Adventur
uv a Lung causey felley uz wur i' no Berrying Club. By
Tutty Wunte, a Fernuth Felley. pp. 4. 8vo, Bolton [n.d.].
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dialect. Wigan, 1881.
The Haworth's, 1887.
Burnley Advertiser Almanac for i860, 1865, and 1866. Ed.
' Kester o' Cuddy ' [C. Slater, Esq.]. Burnley.
By Paul Bobbin, Cousin German of the Famous Tim Bobbin,
of Merry Memory, pp.46. 8vo, Manchester, 1819.
Byrom, John.—Miscellaneous Poems. 2 vols. 8vo, Manchester,
1773. [ed. 1814.]
J. T. Staton, Uncle Owdem [J. W. Mellor], W. E. A. Axon,
Felix Folio [John Page], Tom Kershaw, and Jone o'
Jeffrey's [S. Holt], pp. 32. 8vo, Manchester .
trip fro' Chowbent to New Brighton, pp. 24. 8vo,
Liverpool [c. 1860].
Widder Bagshaw an' her nevvy Samul's visit to Brown's
Museum, pp. 16. ib. [c. 1870.]
A Lankeyshire Essay upon t'subject o' Dreams; bein' a Papper
read at a Meetin', durin' t'Session, o't Hope Street Soshel
Union, pp. 8. ib. [n.d.]
Owd Ailse fro th' Nimble Nook, Edenfielt, i' ther fust
chep trip wi Jim Darron un George Duckoth, to Liverpool,
pood on by th' beighlin steam flying machine, pp. 62.
8vo, Haslingden [n.d.].
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Chetham Society.—Remains Historical and Literary connected
with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester.
Published by the Chetham Society. Vols. I-CXIV, 1843-86.
New Series. Vols. I-XXXIII, 1883-94.
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Clarke, C. Allen.—Turn Fowt Sketches. No. 3, Manchester, 1892.
Clarke, Henry.—The School Candidates : a prosaic burlesque.
i8mo, Utopia, 1788. Reprinted and ed. by J. E. Bailey.
Clay, Dr.—A MS. Glossary of words used in the neighbourhood
of Ashton-under-Lyne .
By th' Owd Weighver, 1890.
Gatin' the Warp, 1890.
Reaund Know' Hill, 1890.
Twenty Row, 1890.
David's Loom. A story of Rochdale life in the early years of
the nineteenth century, 1894.
Stories, Sketches, and Rhymes in the Rochdale dialect. 8vo,
dialogue, between Tummus o' William's o' Margit o'
Roaph's, and Meary o' Dick's o' Tummy o' Peggy's.
Showing in that speech the comical adventures and
misfortunes of a Lancashire clown. By Tim Bobbin,
and ed., I2mo, Leeds .
The Miscellaneous Works of Tim Bobbin. Esq., containing his
view of the Lancashire dialect, with large additions and
improvements : also, his poem of the Flying Dragon, and
the Man of Heaton ; together with other whimsical amusements
in prose and verse. To which is added, a life of the
author, by Richard Townley, Esq. 12010, London, 1806.
Collins, S.—Miscellaneous Poems and Songs. i2mo, Manchester
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8vo, Manchester, 1866-67. [Contains six articles on the
Lancashire dialect or folk-speech, by Jonathan Oldbuck
Words and Phrases. 4to, Manchester, 1886. ^e.Lan.1
local names and the dialect of the county. Reprinted
from the Trans, of the Phil. Soc. London. 8vo, London,
8vo, London, 1815. (Agricultural Survey Report.)
of a Lancashire Butcher. In verse. 8vo, Manchester, 1884.
twenty pound legacy. 8vo, Manchester .
Takin' th' Doctor a subject, ib. 1883.
A Queer Supper, ib. 1886.
Owd Twist's Trip to Blackpoo' and his return wi' the wrang
lik'ness. ib. 1886.
Larnin to sing for Charrity Sarmons. ib. 1886.
Takin' the New Year in. ib. 1888.
Neddy's Courtship an' Neddy's Rival, ib. 1888.
Clock Dressin' by som Rossende Felleys. ib. 1889.
The Devil i' th' Landlord's Cellar, ib. [n.d.]
A Rossendel Beef-neet, 80 years ago. ib. [n.d.]
Tooth Drawin'. ib. [n.d.]
Dottie, Robert.—The Rambles and Recollections of l R' Dick,'
to 70 years ago. With sketches, and conversations in
' Eavesdropper.'—Sketches of Village Life, Lancaster, 1869.
Bi Dick an' Betty Moudywarp. pp. 30. ismo, Preston,
Dick Moudy warp's Bringing Up, Cooartship, an' Weddin'. 8vo,
Dick and Betty Moudywarp at th' Blegburn Eggsibishun. ib.
Dick and Betty Moudywarp's Visit to Blackpool, tb. [n.d.]
The Lasses of Leverhouse, 1888.
Francis, M. E.—A Daughter of the Soil, 1895.
Frieze and Fustian, 1896.
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Gaskell, Elizabeth.—Mary Barton ; a tale of Manchester life,
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GregSOn, J. S.—Museum Chethamiense ; or, a choice oratorical
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I2mo, Manchester [i860].
poems and ballads relating to Lancashire and Cheshire. 4to
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[HeyWOOd, John.]—A Yewud Chap's Trip to Manchester to see
Prince Halbert, th' Queen, an' th' Art Treasures Eggshibishun.
By'Owd John.' pp.32, ismo, Manchester, 1857.
Heywood, Thomas.—On the South Lancashire Dialect, with
biographical notices of John Collier, the author of ' Tim
Bobbin.' Chetham Soc. 1861.
Heywood, Thomas, and Broome, Richard.—The Late Lancashire
Witches. A well received comedy, lately acted at
the Globe on the Banke-side by the Kings Majesties Actors.
4to, London, 1634.
a Carpenter's Bench. A collection of rhymes, chiefly in
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Holt, John.—General View of the Agriculture of the County of
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dialogues, written expressly for Bands of Hope. pp. 64.
i8mo, Manchester [n.d].
Jack O' Dick's Visit to th' Queen, abeawt th' hard toimes i'
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Kay-Shuttleworth, J. P.—Scarsdale ; or Life on the Lancashire
and Yorkshire Border, thirty years ago. 3 vols. 8vo,
Ribblesdale, or Lancashire sixty years ago. 3 vols. ib. 1874.
L[ahee], M. R.—The Sporting Party: and Owd Neddy Fitton's
visit to th' Earl o' Derby ; a true Lancashire sketch. By
M. R. L. pp. 44. 8vo, London [c. i860].
Tim Bobbin's Adventures with the Irishman ; or Raising the
Dead by the art of Freemasonry; a Lancashire tale.
pp> 55- 8vo, Manchester, i860.
Betty-o'-Yep's laughable tale of Jimmy Cropper at th' Halton
Feast, pp. 30. i2mo, Manchester .
Acquitted though Guilty; or the Tenant of Wild Bank.
A Lancashire story. i2mo, Lancaster, 1882.
Owd Yem un his five daughters; or, Heaw to get rid of an
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pp. 32. i2mo, Manchester [n.d.].
Esther Brella's Divvy, an' what hoo did wi' it. pp. 31. 8vo,
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' Lake, Elleray.'—Longleat. A novel. 3 vols., 1870.
Romans. Trans, of the Historic Society of Lancashire and
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Thrums from the Spindle, pp. 32. 8vo, Manchester [n.d.].
Nimmo.Japhet.—Rhymes for the Times. 8vo, Manchester, 1852.
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Nodal, John H., and Milner, George.—A Glossary of the
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[Ormerod, O.]—O full, true, un pertikler okeawnt o wat me un
maw mistris seede un yerd wi' gooin' to th' Greyte
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two, printed oer ogen fro th' ' Rachde Observer'; . . containing
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Owen, John L.—' Th' Good Owd Toimes.' A Lancashire Man's
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Parr, Ralph.—Shaving done here on the shortest notice, versus
Yeds wi' summut in urn : a comic dialogue, pp. 15. 8vo,
Peacock, Robert Backhouse.—A Glossary of the Dialect of the
Hundred ofLonsdale, North and South of the Sands, in the
County of Lancaster; together with an essay on some
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Ed. by 'A Lancashire Lad' [John Whittaker]. i2mo,
[Richardson, George.]—The Ghost of Tim Bobbin. A tale in
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Ridings, Elijah, and others.—The Village Festival, and other
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The Lancashire Muse; containing humorous specimens of the
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Tim Gamwattle's Jawnt, e Ab o'-Dick's o th' Doldrum's waggin,
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Abrum o' Flups' Quortin' an' Weddin' at Smobridg. Written
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I2mo, Manchester, 1881.
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