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home tour through the manufacturing districts of England in the summer of 1835.

Head, George Sir

home tour through the manufacturing districts of England in the summer of 1835.

by Head, George Sir

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G. Head () A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts and Other Parts of England: In the Summer of (London: John Murray), p. Google Scholar Author: Jill Steward. A home tour through the manufacturing districts of England Head, Percy R. & Poynter, Edward J. Classic and Italian painting Head, Richard The canting academy, or, the devil’s cabinet opened, with several new catches and songs

The Victorian Working Class: Selections from Letters to the Morning Chronicle (London, ); Sir George Head, Home Tour through the Manufacturing Districts of England in the Summer of A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England in the Summer of , (). A Social and Economic History of Crewe,Author: K. L. Wallwork.

Head, George, A Home Tour through the Manufacturing Districts of England in the Summer of (). The full text at Vision of Britain. Head, George, A Home Tour through various parts of the United Kingdom (). The Scottish section is available at Vision of Britain. A home tour through the manufacturing districts of England, in the summer of George Head, Bibliolife, Museum collections A Large collection of locomotives and carriages. Railway Preservation Society of Ireland. Bibliographic references A leather bibliography. Mike Glasson. Bibliographic references.


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MurrayBorn: A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England in the Summer of Quotes Showing of 1 “If time be judiciously employed, there is time for everything.” ― George Head, A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England in the Summer of Cited by: George Head, A Home Tour through the Manufacturing Districts of England in the Summer of George Head, who was knighted inwas born at Higham in Kent in He was educated at Charterhouse and joined the army inserving in the Peninsular war against Napoleon in Portugal, Spain and France, then later in Canada.

A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England, in the Summer of avg rating — 0 ratings — 6 editions Want to Read saving /5. Cambridge Core - British History after - Storied Ground - by Paul Readman. Storied Ground is a richly rewarding, thoughtful book.

A home tour through the manufacturing districts of England in the summer of (London, ) Cited by: 1. He gained considerable repute for two works entitled ‘A Home Tour through the Manufacturing Districts of England in the Summer of ,’ and ‘A Home Tour through various parts of the United Kingdom inwith an Appendix, being Memoirs of an Assistant Commissary-General,’ both works being reprinted in one volume in A Home Tour Through Various Parts of the United Kingdom.

Being a Continuation of the Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts. Also, Memoirs of an Assistant Commissary-General. George Sir Head. The Marquess of Londonderry proposed the building of a new harbour at a rocky inlet at Dalden Ness, Seaham and work began in November Previously this rocky inlet was known by the locals as "the black hole".

Mariners using the harbour colloquially referred to it as the "hole-in-the-wall" because it was hewn out of the actual cliffs unlike many typical harbour constructions.

Something of the busy scene at that time was captured by the civil servant and writer Sir George Head who, in his book A Home Tour through the Manufacturing Districts of England in the Summer ofpublished (in New York) the following year, wrote: “Castleford occupies the point where the Aire and Calder converge, the latter river.

Aikin. A Description of the Country from Thirty to Forty Miles Round Manchester. Edward Baines. History, Directory and Gazetteer, of the County of York. (Leeds Mercury Sir George Head. A Home Tour through the Manufacturing Districts of England in the Summer of W.

Cooke Taylor. Notes of a Tour in the Manufacturing Districts of. Each issue also contains a substantial number of book reviews. A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England in the Summer of by George Head.

A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England in the Summer of by George Head (p. ) Review by: R. DOI: / G. Head, A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England in the Summer of (London, ).

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