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By Edwin Waugh. Containing new Songs, the humorous tales of “ Th’ Wick Seck, Painter's Story,” “The King and the Volunteers,” and other traits and
“Racy dialogue and genial humour, both characteristic of the author, are conspicuous in this story.”—Manchester Examiner. “The tales, &c., are sure to be intensely popular.”—Leeds Mercury.
Price 3d., on toned paper,
A sketch. By Edwin Waugh. “The good, generous, kindly aspect of human nature found in the poor and uncultured is presented to us in a humorous dialogue, followed by an affecting tale, which strikes the reader, like all Mr. Waugh's tales, by its life-like truthfulness."'--Lancaster Observer.
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A Green Nook of Old England.
“ AN ODD ANGLE OF THE ISLE.”
By Edwin Waugh. A very interesting account of a visit to the old town of Ipswich and its vicinity; the birthplace of Constable, and other places of note in the neighbourhood.
“ His sympathy with nature is no less vivid in Suffolk than in Lancashire."- Manchester Examiner.
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By Charles Hardwick.
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With a Portrait.
A new and complete edition, carefully reprinted from the best sources, with an Introductory Essay on Popular Prophecies, and an Appendix containing the Legend of Alderley Edge, &c. I-Cheshire Prophecies, from Lady Cowper's correct copy, with Historical Remarks by John Oldmixon, and Life by W. E. II–The Original Prophecy, in doggrel verse. III-Life and Prophecies of Robert Nixon, of the Bridge House. IV-Prophecies taken from old pamphlets.
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Mother Shipton. A Collection of the earliest Editions of her Prophecies. 1-Prophecies of Mother Shipton, 1641.
[1686. II-Strange and Wonderful History of Mother Shipton, III-Life and Death of Mother Shipton, 1684.
With an Introduction.
Price Is., 102 pp., elegantly printed.
Songs and Ballads.
By Charles Swain.
The Mind, and other Poems.
By Charles Swain.
Dryburgh Abbey, and other Poems.
By Charles Swain.
Price 6s. cloth, illustrated (uniform with First Series, entirely out of print), or on large paper (150 printed), 155.
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ANGLERS' ASSOCIATION. Illustrated with Four Calotypes from Carbon Drawings, by
George Sheffield, and by Wood Engravings from Draw-
Abel Heywood, jun.
George Davies. Three Fishers
Arthur Hibbert. Toome Bridge
Henry Brownbill. A Day on a Staffordshire Mere
George Davies. Paternoster, or Boiled Cockles
George Davies. A Week in Mid-Wales
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E. G. Simpson.
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Handbook of the Public Libraries
of Manchester and Salford.
By William E. A. Axon.
1. The Chetham Library. 2. The Portico. 3. The Owens College. 4. Salford Free Libraries. 5. The Athenæum. 6. The Mechanics’ Institution. 7. Bible Christian Church Library, Salford. 8. Literary and Philosophical Society, and other Scientific Associations. 9. The Medical Library. 10. The Exchange Subscription Library. II. Lancashire Independent College. 12. The Friends' _Library. 13. The Corporation Library at the Town Hall. 14. Holy Trinity Church, Salford. 15. The Cathedral. 16. The Free Reference Library. 17. The Free Lending Libraries. 18. The Overseers' Library. 19. The Unitarian Home Mission Board. 20. The Royal Infirmary. 21. The Schiller Anstalt. 22. The Foreign Library. 23. The Law Library. 24. The Radford Library at St. Mary's Hospital. 25. An Historical Epilogue.
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Field Naturalist and Scientific
A medium for inter-communication.
A monthly journal on Scientific subjects written in plain non-technical language.
Published by Abel Heywood & Son, Manchester.
Simpkin, Marshall & Co., London.
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