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  • of the Isle of Man (1890) [1] The Folk-lore of the Isle of Man (1891) [2] A History of the Isle of Man (1900) in 2 vols. The Story of the Isle of Man
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  • _Edward Alfred18721943Author of Old English Gold Plate; Old Church Plate of the Isle of Man; Old Silver Sacramental Vessels of Foreign Protestant Churches
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  • Douglas, Isle of Man and educated at King William's College. The Intercepted Salute “Brown, Thomas Edward,” in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English
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  • Author:John Raymond Kniveton (category Members of the Legislative Council of the Isle of Man)
    475085Q6254351John Raymond KnivetonJohn RaymondKnivetonKniveton,_John Raymond1933Member of the Legislative Council of the Isle of Man.
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  • curator in the Isle of Man This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, 1912 supplement. “Gell, James,” in Dictionary of National Biography
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  • Description of the Western Isles of Scotland, including the Isle of Man (1819) A Geological Classification of Rocks (1821) On the Art of Making Wine (1821) Highlands
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  • Structure of Devonshire and Cornwall (1811) On the Geology of some parts of Hampshire and Dorsetshire (1811) Mineralogical Account of the Isle of Man (1814)
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  • _Thomas18001879Rag gatherer and poet nicknamed "Tom the Dipper" who lived in the Isle of Man. Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in
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  • come from a distinguished family in the Isle of Man His grandfather was Turner Christian, who was a brother of Henry Christian, who was a captain in the
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  • wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, 1912 supplement. “The Fairy Child and the Tailor: an Isle of Man Folk-Tale” Folk-Lore, volume 21
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  • and Statistical Account of the Isle of Man, from the earliest times to the present date (1845) “Train, Joseph,” in Dictionary of National Biography, London:
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  • 'An Ode on the 28th of May, being the Anniversary of his Majesty's happy Nativity' [London], 1723, 8vo. Description of the Isle of Man (1731) “Waldron,
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  • College, Johannesburg info on Rev. Nash from King William's College Isle of Man, 1833-1933 Some or all works by this author are in the public
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  • and Well-Worship in Man. A. W. Moore 212 On the Classification of Proverbs and Sayings of the Isle of Man; with a Collection of Proverbs in Manx and
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  • 8 Douglas (Isle of Man) 8143111911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 — Douglas (Isle of Man) DOUGLAS, the capital of the Isle of Man, a municipal
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  • packets to and from Liverpool, Hamburg, Hull, London, Dublin, Belfast, Isle of Man, &c. &c. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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  • in the Distillation of Wood 2 Mineralogical Account of the Isle of Man 3 On the Granite Tors of Cornwall 4 On the Mineralogy of St. David's 5 On the
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  • Charms of the Seventeenth Century. M. Gaster 375 The Fairy Child and the Tailor: an Isle of Man Folk-Tale Sophia Morrison ..... 472 A Folklore Survey of County
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  • relating to the Isle of Man,’ 1861, 2nd edit. 1876; ‘Manx Proverbs and Sayings, Ballads,’ &c. 1868; ‘Account of the Diocese of Sodor and Man,’ 1879; and ‘Manx
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  • Cronkbourne, Douglas, Isle of Man, was one of ten children (five sons and five daughters) of William Fine Moore, J.P., owner and controller of the Tromode Sail-cloth
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