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Tales of Northamptonshire.
Charles Henry Montagu-Douglas-Scott
Published by Collins, London, , 1st edition. Paperback. Illustrated, laminated card covers. ins x 6ins, story of the French Revolution told via. Tales of Two Shires. 38 likes. The 'Tales of Two Shires' is priced at £ It is available at Newton Hall in Rushden, or by post (£1 p&p). Email: [email protected]
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History Topography And Directory Of Northamptonshire History Topography And Directory Of Northamptonshire by Whellan Francis and co. Download in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format for read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or y Topography And Directory Of Northamptonshire By Francis Whellan And Co books. The English Midlands (Derbyshire, Huntingondshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Rutland, Staffordshire and Warwickshire) are an intermediate area between the southern lowlands the the hillier regions to the north and west. Not surprisingly then the fairy folk of the region are also a hybrid. There are references to ‘sweeter’ fairies, which are reminiscent of those found in the .
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Book Description Printed by the Northamptonshire Printing and Publishing Co. Ltd, Kettering,1st edition. White cloth spine, marbled paper covered boards, black lettering to spine. 9ins x ins, x, 45pp plus frontis portrait and 4pp plates as required. Previous owners. This is an intriguing book, written by a local story teller and folklorist, this book collects tales old and new based in around Northamptonshire - a county a grew up close to (in fact i went to school in the county).
The book consists of stories based on or interpreted from tales in and around Northamptonshire as complied and told by the author.4/5.
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This book describes the reaction of the common people to some of the tumultuous events which occurred in Northamptonshire and shaped England’s history, and how this gave rise to many colourful folklore traditions.5/5(3).
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Click here to find out more. Stories of witches have been told for centuries and are still around today. Some are famous across the world, like the Salem witch trials in the US that saw more than people accused of witchcraft. However, these are the stories of the witches who were born, lived and executed in Northamptonshire.
In Tales of Old Northamptonshire, Marian Pipe has painstakingly collected stories, tales, myths, legends and anecdotes from every corner of the county.
Lovingly edited and compiled together, the end result is a wonderful collection of stories telling tales. The author Robert Stevens has written several books on Ghosts and Legends of Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, East Sussex and West Sussex. He has led Guided Ghost Walks for over 25 years, taking literally thousands of people on Lantern Lit Tours introducing them to some of the darker things lurking in the s: 1.
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TALES & LEGENDS OF NORTHAMPTONSHIRE Northants is rich in stories and legends that date back to medieval times when storytellers would roam the counties regaling the villagers with tales of faeries, tricksters and courageous deeds. There are tales of literary folk and noblemen, but always at the heart of Northamptonshire's folklore are the traditional beliefs, stories, events and customs of the common people.
Daily life itself contained numerous beliefs and maxims, omens and superstitions—often based on fear of the uncertain—as well as being full of music and verse, dance and song.
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The Man with the Flickering Lantern. Location: Northampton - Hunsbury Hill Country Park Type: Haunting Manifestation Date / Time: January Further Comments: A couple out walking their dog after dusk encountered a tall man wearing a long coat and carrying a flickering lantern.
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