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Jeffries" land, a history of Swindon and its environs

Richard Jefferies

Jeffries" land, a history of Swindon and its environs

by Richard Jefferies

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Published by Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & co., ltd.; [etc., etc.] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Swindon (England) -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby the late Richard Jefferies; edited with notes by Grace Toplis ...
    ContributionsToplis, S. Grace.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 207 p.
    Number of Pages207
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16596722M

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An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Jefferies' land, a history of Swindon and its environs. Edited with notes by Grace Toplis Item Preview remove-circlePages: Jefferies’ Land: A History of Swindon and its Environs Jefferies’ Land: A history of Swindon and its Environs Teachers’ Notes Richard Jefferies was born in Coate, Swindon in He began his writing career as a journalist on the North Wiltshire Herald, and contributed to the Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard and the Swindon Advertiser.

Edited with notes by Grace Toplis This book, "Jefferies' land a history of Swindon and its environs," by Richard Jefferies, Grace Toplis, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it.

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Add to basket Buy Now. His comments on the circle would be published posthumously in the book Jefferies' Land: A History of Swindon and Its Environs. Jeffries related that he had found "five Sarsden [sic] stones much sunk into the ground, but forming a semi-circle of which the lane is the base-line or tangent.

John Richard Jefferies (6 November – 14 August ) was an English nature writer, noted for his depiction of English rural life in essays, books of natural history, and novels. His childhood on a small Wiltshire farm had a great influence on him and provides the background to all his major works of fiction.

Jefferies's corpus of writings covers a range of genres and topics, including. His History of Swindon and Its Environs was written in the days when he worked for the North Wilts Herald, in which the last pages appeared in June,when he had but a boy s second-hand acquaintance with the facts and traditions he collected so labo7'iously.

''/ visit every place I have to refer to, copy inscriptions, listen to lege7tds, examine antiquities, meastu^e this, esti77iate that ; a7id a. Local History. Domesday Book Wiltshire; Jeffries’ Land A history of Swindon and its environs.

Memorials of Old Wiltshire A history of Wiltshire written in with illustrations. Place Names of Wiltshire The origins of the names of towns and villages of Wiltshire.

Maps. Maps of Wiltshire Ordnance Survey maps of Wiltshire from the nineteenth. Image taken from page 12 of 'Jefferies' Land: a history of Swindon and its environs Edited with notes by G.

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See Oxfam website for. The area was previously known as “Even Swindon” due to its location on the lower and flatter land 2km (cm) north-west of the established town of Swindon. The manor of Even Swindon was first mentioned in documents written in the early 13th century, but over the years the area has taken on the name of the main road that passes through it.

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Uppväxt. John Richard Jefferies (det namn han använde som barn) [1] föddes i församlingen Chiseldon, nära Swindon, Wiltshire, som son till jordbrukaren James Luckett Jefferies (–). [2] Han ärvde gården av sin far John Jefferies.

Han tillbringade flera år, mellan fyra och nio års ålder, med sin moster och morbror, Harrilds, i Sydenham, där han gick på en privat skola. A Swindon Album - Photographs of a Bygone Age by Peter Sheldon Book The Fast A Swindon Album Swindon Retrospect A Illustrated by - HB Large Frederick Frederick Large Swindon by - HB A Retrospect Illustrated: $ Richard Jefferies Biography - - Richard Jefferies Biography and List of Works - Richard Jefferies Books COVID Update J Biblio is open and shipping orders.

Railway Village; living and working conditions; market day in Swindon. Persuasive writing – from an historic or present-day perspective, e.g. a new school building was needed in the s or campaigning to save Swindon’s heritage buildings. WRITTEN SOURCES Jefferies’ Land – a History of Swindon and its Environs; School log books.

Looking for more titles. Please click here to Keyword Search. Back To Top. London: Simplin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., Hardcover. Imprint includes: Wells, Somerset: Arthur Young. xvi,1 p., 13 leaves of plates including 1 folded map; 19 cm. Dark blue rib-grain cloth with gilt-stamped spine title; bevelled edges.

Top page edges gilt. Includes bibliographical references p. xv -xvi and index. Armorial bookplate on front fixed endpaper of Wm. A.And the most important aspect of this statement to us is 'enrich peoples' lives'.We are determined to reach out to as many different areas of the community as possible, bringing in school children who have difficulties in the classroom, going out to elders' communities, leafleting more deprived areas of Swindon, putting on special events for those with physical and hidden disabilities, and.Around two hundred years ago, Swindon was a quiet and almost unknown market town on a hill in rural north Wiltshire.

Although mentioned in the Domesday Book ofthe small settlement only had a population of 1, inat the time of the first official census, slightly less than the neighbouring towns of Wootton Basset (1,), Cricklade (1,) and considerably smaller than Highworth.