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Historic byways and highways of Old England.

Author: William Andrews
Publisher: London, W. Andrews & Co., 1900.
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Genre/Form: Publishers' cloth bindings (Binding)
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Andrews, William, 1848-1908.
Historic byways and highways of Old England.
London, W. Andrews & Co., 1900
(OCoLC)646993941
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Andrews
OCLC Number: 1022403
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 269 pages illustrations, plates 23 cm
Contents: Anglo-Saxon homes, by J.H. Stanning. --
An old time survey of England, by W. Andrews. --
Castle building, by E. Howlett. --
Chaucer and the mediæval inn, by W.H. Thompson. --
Vows of achievement, by E. Lamplough. --
The may-pole, by W. Andrews. --
Archery in the olden time, by W. Andrews. --
Facts about falconry, by W. Andrews. --
Early horticulture in England, by J.A. Sparvel-Bayly. --
A good time for loose characters, by W. Andrews. --
Parish passports. --
House marks and signs in the olden time, by W. Andrews. --
The light of other days, by J. Nicholson. --
The scratch back, by W. Andrews. --
The macaronis, by W. Andrews. --
The press gang, by R. Gibbs. --
The gibbets of Northumberland, by R.J. Charleton. --
The highwaymen of Hounslow heath, by T. Frost. --
The strange story of Elizabeth Canning, by T. Frost. --
Salter's coffee-house and museum at Chelsea, by T. Frost. --
Bearing away the bell, by W. Andrews. --
A leap for life, by W. Andrews. --
Redbreast lore, by T.B. Trowsdale. --
The legal status of women, by T. Frost. --
Puritan name eccentricities, by E. Lamplough. --
Index.
Responsibility: Ed. by William Andrews.

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