West of England, particularly Somersetshire: with a
glossary of words now in use there, and poems and other
pieces exemplifying the dialect. i2mo, London, 1825.
The Dialect of the West of England, particularly Somersetshire ;
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and other pieces exemplifying the dialect. 2nd ed., the
whole revised, corrected, and enlarged, with two dissertations
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County of Somerset. 8vo, London, 1877.
Gentleman Upcott's Daughter, 1893.
Love and Quiet Life, 1894.
Young Sam and Sabina, 1894.
Tryphena in Love, 1895.
In the Smoke of War, 1895.
Charity Chance, 1896.
Two Men o' Mendip, 1899.
No Soul above Money, 1899.
Good Souls of Ciderland, 1901.
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Weaver, F. W.—Wells Wills, 1890.
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Wilson, Miss C. E.—Somersetshire Dialogues, or Reminiscences
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8vo, London, 1863.
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Chalk Hills of Wiltshire, &c. 2 vols. 8vo, London, 1798.
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Rainbow Gold, 1885.
Aunt Rachel, 1886.
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8vo, Wednesbury, 1894.
Tom Brown's Black Country Annual, with tales, sketches, and
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of Stafford. 4to, London, 1794. (Agricultural Survey
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Legends of the County of Stafford, collected from various
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Raven, John James.—The History of Suffolk. 8vo, London, 1895.
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Strickland, Agnes.—Old Friends and New Acquaintances, 1864.
Suffolk Garland, The : or, a collection of poems, songs, tales,
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'Vic'—Odd Ways in Olden Days down West, 1892.
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Another ed. pp. 76. 8vo, Penrith, 1896.
Wilson, William—Pegasus in Lakeland and Poems in the
Westmoreland dialect. Windermere, 1878.
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of Wilts; with observations on the means of its improvement.
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