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Letters of Thomas Langton to Mrs. Thomas Hornby

Thomas Langton

Letters of Thomas Langton to Mrs. Thomas Hornby

1815 to 1818. With portraits and a notice of his life

by Thomas Langton

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Published by J.E. Cornish in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesLangton letters
ContributionsHornby, Cicely, Philips, Ellen Josephine
Classifications
LC ClassificationsD919 L36 1900
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 275 p. :
Number of Pages275
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24586728M
OCLC/WorldCa504846

The small village of Great Langton lies between the Swale and the Stell at the meeting-place of lanes from the adjoining villages of Kiplin, Danby Wiske and Yafforth. Early in the Langtons hastily returned to England, taking up residence in a small house in Liverpool. Between and Anne kept house, visited close friends and relatives, copied art works in private collections, and practised miniature painting, which she had studied in Paris. Middle Street north cleared at a. He was born at Thornton on the 3rd of February,

Mr and Mrs Scott-Tucker, Two silver bon bon dishes. It was originally in the Lichfield Diocese becoming part of the Chester Diocese when this was formed in More flagging was done 12 years later in Moor Street, Freckleton Street and Preston Street so that by the time Birley died he had accomplished quite a lot in improving the general appearance of the town. Its total area is 1, acres, of which more than half is permanent grass. Sunday school at p.

Langton, T. Vaccaries, or great upland pastures, were laid out for this purpose; booths or mansions erected [xliv] upon them for the residence of herdsmen; and at the same time that herds of deer were permitted to range at large as heretofore, lawnds, by which are meant parks within a forest, were inclosed, in order to chase them with greater facility, or, by confinement, to produce fatter venison. Twentyman, the Rev. Throughout the 19th century the 3 families still played a great part in the education of the town's children. Between them is a 14th-century priest's doorway of two wave-moulded orders. He is often identified with the legendary Robert the Devil.


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