|Statement||by Allan Fea.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 307 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||307|
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Where Traditions Linger: Being Rambles Through Remote England. Fea, Allan. () Historic Preservation: April - June () Built in Washing Years of Pacific Northwest Archaeological Sites and Historic Buildings. Washington State Office Of Archaeology and Historic Preservation. (). Rambles Through England: Isle of Wight is a rather idealised description of an s Isle of Wight visit by the uncredited correspondent of the Fleet Street based Ludgate Monthly - launched in as "a new illustrated threepenny magazine". A deal of it is pretty standard stuff - feel free to skim - but it's a pleasant account of touring the Wight in more genteel days, with a few topics. Where Traditions Linger, Being Rambles Through Remote England(extra-illustrated) Fea, Allan. was expertly extra illustrated by the previous owner adding engravings and photographs of those mentioned within the book, including Mark Twain along with beautiful views of the areas mentioned. With the true interest of England as it then stood. Full text of "In Thamseland; being the gossiping record of rambles through England from the source of the Thames to the sea, with casual studies of the English people, their historic, literary, and romantic whole forming a complete guide to the Thames valley" See other formats.
Where Traditions Linger, Being Rambles Through Remote England(extra-illustrated) by Fea, Allan. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co, First American Edition. Octavo. This set, one volume extended into two volumes, was expertly extra illustrated by the previous owner adding engravings and photographs of those mentioned within the book. Full text of "The outer circle: rambles in remote London / by Thomas Burke" See other formats. The book then moves on to Cyrus' Greek troops travels through Asia Minor back home to Greece. Lucian of Samosata (c. – after c. ) True History – documents a fantastic voyage that parodies many mythical travels recounted by other authors, such as Homer; considered to be among the first works of science fiction. Being the story and traditions of a remote Highland parish and its people by Alexander MacRae; by being a book of facts and incidents of pioneering life in Upper Canada, arranged in the form of a story, by Rev. Joseph H. Hilts () Rambles Through the Land of Burns By Archibald R. Adamson