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  • Barry Cornwall King Death Song (Here's a health to thee, Mary...) The Song Of A Felon's Wife Serenade (Inesilla! I am here...) “Barry Cornwall” in Littell's
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  • 637793Q18911573Henry Bedinger CornwallHenry BedingerCornwallCornwall,_Henry Bedinger18441917Professor of applied chemistry and mineralogy at Princeton
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  • British geologist. An Honorary member of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall, and also a recipient of its Bolitho Medal This author wrote articles for
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  • in 1913, received the Bolitho Medal of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall in 1917, made KBE in 1925 and won the Wollaston Medal in 1935. This author
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  • Hawker 1864.jpg18031875English Anglican clergyman, poet, antiquarian of Cornwall, and reputed eccentric Records of the Western Shore (1832-36) The Quest
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  • (Vol. 1 - Devon) and [90] 1900 (Vol. 2 - Cornwall) A book of the west; being an introduction to Devon and Cornwall (1899) [91] Contributed a historical sketch
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  • Jaenbert Silvester Jenks Jocelin de Brakelond Jocelin of Wells John of Cornwall St. Justus John Kemp Robert Kilwardby Simon Langham Diocese of Lincoln
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  • (1929) The Tailed Man of Cornwall (1929) No Other Man (1929) The Bride Well (1930) Feminine Magic (1970) The Key to Cornwall (1941) [also as by David
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  • Society of Cornwall. A plain statement of the bullion question (1811) Some ancient Christmas Carols (1822) The parochial history of Cornwall (1838) On
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  • designated in the DNB by the initials "W. H. T." Allen, Ralph Arundell of Cornwall Arundell, John (d.1379) Arundell, John (1495-1561) Arundell, John (1576-1656
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  • to Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries, Notes and Gleanings, the Western Antiquary, and the Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall This author wrote
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  • jpg18111901Scottish newspaper editor; editor of The West Briton newspaper in Truro, Cornwall (1850s-1860s) and a paper in Edinburgh in 1870s This author wrote articles
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  • Sparke AmeryJohn SparkeAmeryAmery,_John Sparke18451929Editor of "Devon and Cornwall Notes & Queries" Works by this author published before January
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  • Blake, a critical essay [page scan index] Atalanta in Calydon “Barry Cornwall” in Littell's Living Age, 138 (1781) Chastelard, a tragedy “Epicede” in
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  • States. Author of Juneau Gold Belt, Alaska; Magnetite Deposits of the Cornwall Type in Berks and Lebanon Counties, Pa.; &c This author wrote articles
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  • Jocelin (d.1199) Jocelin of Wells John of Eltham John (d.1147) John of Cornwall John of Hexham John of St. Giles John of London (fl.1267) John of Exeter
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  • Ralph of Evesham Reginald of Coldingham Regulus Richard of Ely Richard of Cornwall Rimston, William Robert de Monte Robert of Swaffham Roger of Ford Roger
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  • _Joshua Brooking18371908English solicitor; secretary of the Devon and Cornwall Natural History Society The Ecclesiastical History of Old Plymouth, and
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  • Products obtained in the Distillation of Wood (1814) On the Granite Tors of Cornwall (1814) On the Vitrified Forts of Scotland (1814) On an Accidental Sublimation
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  • Coggeshall,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Richard, Earl of Cornwall,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Richard I.,” in Encyclopædia
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