1 edition of Specimens of the Yorkshire dialect found in the catalog.
Specimens of the Yorkshire dialect
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Excerpt from Specimens of the Yorkshire Dialect, by Way of Dialogue: Containing a Dialogue Between Gulwell, a London Register Office Keeper and Margery Moorpoot, a Country Girl, Awd Daisy, an Eclogue, a Cock and Bull Story, the Hireing, the Bellman of Ripon, the Yorkshire Tyke, &C Gul.
It is a very substantial farmer's, in : Charles Johnson. Originally published inthis book presents a detailed guide to the Hackness dialect then 'spoken by agriculturalists and their labourers on the Wolds and in the Dales of North-Eastern and Eastern Yorkshire'. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in local dialects and : Paperback.
The Yorkshire dialect (also known as Broad Yorkshire, Tyke, Yorkie or Yorkshire English) is an English dialect of Northern England spoken in the English county of Yorkshire. The dialect has roots in older languages such as Old English and Old Yorkshire Dialect Society exists to promote use of the dialect in both humour and in serious linguistics; there is also an East Riding Dialect Language family: Indo-European.
Jim an' Nell, by William Frederick Rock; a dramatic poem in the dialect of North Devon; III. John Noakes and Mary Styles, by Charles Clark; in the dialect of Essex; IV. A Yorkshire dialogue in Yorkshire dialect; from an old broadside: V.
A Norfolk dialogue, by the Rev. Joshua Larwood; in the dialect of central Norfolk; Pages: Early in the nineteenth century enterprising booksellers at York, Northallerton, Bedale, Otley, and,Knaresborough were turning out little chap-books, generally bearing the title, Specimens of the Yorkshire Dialect, and consisting largely of the dialect poems of Browne.
A nice clean copy of a very scarce book. Specimens of the Yorkshire Dialect Likewise A Glossary to Which is Added Ducks and Green Peas; or the Newcastle Rider also.
Specimens of the Yorkshire dialect, by way of dialogue, containing a dialogue between Gulwell, a London register office keeper and Margery Moorpoot, a country girl, Awd Daisy, an eclogue, A cock and bull story, The hireing, The bellman of Ripon, The Yorkshire Tyke, etc.
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"Yorkshire Dialect Poems () and traditional poems" by F. Moorman. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre.
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Contents: The York minster screen (in the dialect of the North Riding of Yorkshire, ) / by George Newton Brown --Jim an' Nell (a dramatic poem in the dialect of North Devon, ) / by William Frederick Rock --John Noakes and Mary Styles (in the dialect of Essex, ) / by Charles Clark --A Yorkshire.