Kynance Cove: Or, The Cornish Smugglers: A Tale of the Last Century

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J.R. Smith, 1865 - 154 pages
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Page 156 - SPECIMENS of Cornish Provincial Dialect, collected and arranged by Uncle Jan Treenodle, with some Introductory Remarks and a Glossary by an Antiquarian Friend; also a Selection of Songs and other Pieces connected with Cornwall.
Page 36 - tis the king's : Even when my time comes, ne'er believe me so soft As for grief to be taken aback, For the same little cherub that sits up aloft Will look out a good berth for poor Jack.
Page 156 - ... the larger part of the enquiry is so curious and interesting that any ordinary reader will fully appreciate and profit by the researches." — Birmingham Journal. SANDYS' (W., F.SA.)— Christmastide, its History, Festivities, and Carols (with their music).
Page 156 - AKERMAN'S (JY) Wiltshire Tales, illustrative of the Manners, Customs, and Dialect of that and adjoining Counties. 12mo, cloth. 2s 6d " We will conclude with a simple but hearty recommendation of a little book which is as humourous for the drolleries of the stories as it is interesting as a picture of rustic manners."— Tallis's Weekly Paper.

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